The British & Irish Lions cruised to a 34-6 win over the Chiefs in Hamilton on the back of a strong second half performance that provided a huge boost to the squad ahead of the first Test.
The British & Irish Lions bounced back to the winners circle with a commanding 32-10 win over the Maori All Blacks in Rotorua a week ahead of First Test.
New Zealand stole the show on the final day of the World Rugby U20 Championship in Georgia as they scored a record 10 tries to beat defending champions England, 17-64.
England sealed a 2-0 series win over Argentina in Santa Fe on Saturday as they beat the Pumas in the Second Test 35-25 in an impressive victory.
The Wallabies couldn’t pull off a third great escape against Scotland in Sydney, falling 24-19 in their second June Test.
South Africa clinched their three-match series against France with a comprehensive 37-15 Second test win at Kings Park in Durban.
New Zealand cruised to a 78-0 thrashing of Samoa at Eden Park on running in 12 tries in their warm-up for the Lions series.
A sensational late try to the visiting English saw them defeat Argentina 38-34 in an epic Test match in San Juan.
South Africa got their 2017 Test campaign off to a superb start when they secured a 37-14 victory over France in the First Test in Pretoria.
Australia got their June international campaign off to an impressive start on Saturday as they saw off Fiji 37-14 at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Highlanders Assistant Coach and former All Black Scott McLeod has been appointed as a new Assistant Coach of the All Blacks.
The British and Irish Lions suffered their second defeat of the tour as they lost in a close encounter 23-22 to the Highlanders in Dunedin.
The British and Irish Lions ended the Crusaders' unbeaten year with a dominant defensive display, winning 12-3 in Christchurch.
Sonny Bill Williams was the creator of Ihaia West's try with six minutes to go that helped the Blues defeat the British and Irish Lions 22-16 at Eden Park.
The British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand got off to a shaky start after they scraped past the Provincial Barbarians with a 13-7 win in Whangarei.
The 'sold-out' sign for the opening match of the Lions Series has been put up as Toll Stadium, Whangarei prepares for the eagerly awaited match between the British & Irish Lions and the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians.
Warren Whiteley has been named the 58th Springbok captain and will get his first opportunity to lead the team when a much-changed squad, which includes eight uncapped players, gets together for the June Test Series against France at a training camp in late May.
New Zealand and South Africa have been placed in Pool B together, while Australia is in Pool D with Wales. Argentina find themselves in Pool C with England and France.
The pool draw for Rugby World Cup 2019 will take place on Wednesday 10 May in the historic Japanese city of Kyoto at the iconic Kyoto State Guest House. Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa await which Pool they will be drawn into for the tournament.
Perth Stadium will play host to the state’s first ever Bledisloe Cup match when the Wallabies and New Zealand clash at the new 60,000-capacity Western Australian venue in 2019.
The Wallabies led at the interval but a strong second half by England, who were aided by some key Wallaby errors, saw the home side record a 37-21 victory at Twickenham.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made four changes ahead of the clash against England at Twickenham Stadium in London.
Eddie Jones’ side stretched their unbeaten run to 13 games as England continued their winning run with a courageous victory over Argentina, having played 74 minutes of the game with 14-men.
An electrifying second half resurgence hasn't been enough to keep Australia's hopes of a Grand Slam alive after a 24-27 defeat to a spirited Ireland in Dublin.
The new look Springbok team started out frenetically and showed glimpses of promise late in the game but they weren’t consistent enough to prevent the Welsh from inflicting a 27-13 defeat in Cardiff.
Finishing the season with a 24-19 win against a resurgent France the All Blacks retained the Dave Gallagher trophy to reflect on a pretty successful year.
Argentina have named their side for their 13th and final Test of the year against England at Twickenham with some key changes.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has welcomed back more than 300 Test caps of experience for the clash against Ireland at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Rohan Janse van Rensburg, Jamba Ulengo and Uzair Cassiem will make their Springbok debuts against Wales in Cardiff while a fourth uncapped player, Jean-Luc du Preez, has been included on the bench for the final match of the November Tour.
The final All Blacks team of the year has been selected for the fourth Test of the Northern Tour. The All Blacks next Test will be against the British & Irish Lions in 2017.
Italy made history winning their first ever Test against South Africa with a 20-18 victory at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence.
A brave Argentina saw a draw at Murrayfield stolen by a final penalty goal that saw Scotland win a hard-fought match in Edinburgh 16-13.
All Blacks firepower and finesse when their few opportunities occurred denied Ireland their sought-after double winning 21-9 in a tough encounter in Dublin.
The Wallabies showed their mettle to overcome a spirited French outfit 25-23 in a nailbiting match at Stade de France. David Pocock, leading the Wallabies as captain was instrumental forcing crucial turnovers and halting the French attack with his brick-wall defence.
Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade has announced a virtually unchanged line-up to take on Scotland in Edinburgh. The Pumas lost narowly to Wales 20-24 in their last match.
Record try-scorer Bryan Habana is back at left wing for the Springboks when they face Italy in Florence on Saturday, while Nizaam Carr will get his first start for South Africa against the same opponents he made his Test debut against two years ago.
Centre Kyle Godwin is set to make his Test debut with Wallabies coach Michael Cheika making twelve changes to his starting side for the Test against France at Stade de France in Paris.
The All Blacks team has been named to play Ireland in the eagerly-anticipated Test at Aviva Stadium, Dublin. The Irish won the last encounter in Chicago two weeks ago thus ending the All Blacks world record Test run.
New Zealand's Beauden Barrett has been named Men's Player of the Year, head coach Steve Hansen Coach of the Year and the All Blacks Team of the Year at the 2016 World Rugby Awards in London.
Argentina fell four points short of a win in Cardiff as Wales returned to the winners circle after grinding out hard-fought 24-20 victory.
Ten tries to one and a scoreline of 68-10 showed the difference between a team of emerging All Blacks and a wayward Italian side who struggled in Rome.
England ultimately cruised to a first victory in 10 years over South Africa, scoring four tries to two in a 37-21 win at a wet Twickenham.
The Wallabies have escaped Murrayfield Stadium with a dramatic one-point victory over Scotland, keeping their Grand Slam hopes alive in a 23-22 cliffhanger.
Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade has made three changes to his starting fifteen ahead of their meeting with Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.
Sweeping changes have been made to the All Blacks by selectors with 12 changes to the side that lost 40-29 to Ireland in Chicago last weekend.
The Springboks have made several changes for the Test against England at Twickenham. Only five players who started in the 31-31 draw against the Barbarians last week are included in a much changed line-up for the Test.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made just the one change to his starting side for the Test against Scotland. Will Genia goes straight into the starting side after completing club duties with Stade Francais.
Argentina started their November Test campaign with an impressive 54-20 win over Japan at Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium in Tokyo.
South Africa were denied a morale-boosting victory at the start of their Autumn tour as a 10-try thriller at Wembley Stadium against the Barbarians ended 31-31.
After 29 meetings and 111 years of trying, Ireland finally have a win over New Zealand. Joe Schmidt's sie entered the history books with a strong five-try performance against the reigning World champions in Chicago.