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New Zealand Rugby ITM Cup 2014

The 2014 ITM Cup season is the ninth year running since the competition reconstruction in 2006 and the fourth under the new Premiership and Championship format. For the ITM Cup competition it involved the top 14 provincial unions of New Zealand. For sponsorship reasons, the competition was known as the ITM Cup and it was currently the fifth season under the new sponsor. Including the defunct National Provincial Championship, this is the 38th season of New Zealand's premier domestic competition. The regular season and final matches are still to be determined.

The 2014 season will see Tasman enter the Premiership division for the first time, having replaced the relegated Bay of Plenty.

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