The Guinness PRO12 fixtures for rounds 18 to 22, the Play Offs and Final of the 2015/16 season have been confirmed today.

The final five rounds of the regular PRO12 season see Connacht welcome Irish rivals Leinster, Munster and reigning champions Glasgow Warriors to the Sportsground for Saturday fixtures while Pat Lam’s men will travel to both Ulster and Benetton Treviso for Friday night kick offs.

Tickets for all of Connacht’s home games are available online through tickets.ie, from Centra & SuperValu province-wide or from the ticket office at the Sportsground.

Round 18
Connacht v Leinster  Saturday 26th March             5:15pm            the Sportsground      SKY/TG4

 

Round 19
Ulster v Connacht       Friday 1st April             7:35pm            Kingspan Stadium       BBCNI/TG4

 

Challenge Cup quarter final
Grenoble v Connacht  Saturday 9th April        9:05pm            Stade des Alpes          
BT Sport

 

Round 20

Connacht v Munster             Saturday 16th April    7:15pm            the Sportsground      TG4/SKY

 

Round 21

Treviso v Connacht     Friday 29th April          7:30pm            Stadio Monigo             RAI/TG4

 

Round 22

Connacht v Glasgow Saturday 7th May       3pm                 the Sportsground      TBC

 

23 out of the 24 games in Rounds 18-21 will be televised live. Television details for Round 22 will be confirmed after Round 21.

An updated fixtures list, including TV coverage, is available online at www.pro12rugby.com.

ROUND 22 (FINAL ROUND) – KICK OFF TIME CONFIRMED

As per previous season, all of the final round matches, round 22, on Saturday May 7th will  kick-off at the same time, and this year it will be 3pm.

PLAY OFF DATES AND KICK OFF TIMES CONFIRMED

The two Play Offs will take place on Friday 20 May at 7.45pm and Saturday 21st May at 6.30pm respectively, both will be televised by Sky Sports.

2016 GUINNESS PRO12 FINAL

The 2016 Guinness PRO12 Final will kick off at 5.30pm on Saturday 28th May at BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh. This will also be televised by Sky Sports.

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