The Wellington Lions are gearing up to host Bay of Plenty, in their first Mitre 10 Cup clash at Sky Stadium this year.
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- World#88 / 157-5
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- Wellington 05 Sep 2018
- Southland 29 Sep 2018
- Northland 06 Oct 2018
- Otago 13 Oct 2018
- Hawkes Bay 16 Aug 2019
- Canterbury 23 Aug 2019
- Counties Manukau 29 Aug 2019
- Bay of Plenty 07 Sep 2019
- Northland 28 Sep 2019
- North Harbour 04 Oct 2019
- Waikato 12 Oct 2019
- Canterbury 19 Oct 2019
- Tasman 26 Oct 2019
- Auckland 20 Sep 2020
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AttackPoints5Tries1Metres0Runs0Defenders Beaten0Clean Breaks0Passes0Try Assists0
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Wellington have sent the message to the rest of the Mitre 10 Cup – it's a bad idea to wake a sleeping lion.
Wes Goosen set for 50th match as Wellington name power-packed backline for Auckland derby including All Blacks hopeful
Wes Goosen will return from injury to play his 50th game for the Lions in this Sunday’s clash with Auckland at Eden Park.
Wellington Lions head coach, Leo Crowley, has named a 36-man squad ahead of the 2020 Mitre 10 Cup campaign.