Super Rugby took a break in June due to the international test window - here is a review of the action and the players who stood out ahead of The Rugby Championship later this year...
England won the Third Test in wet conditions in Cape Town but the Springboks won the series 2-1 and now look forward to The Rugby Championship.
Ireland snatched victory over the Wallabies in Sydney in a pulsating match to win the deciding Test and win the Series 2-1.
All Blacks beat France in Dunedin to wrap up comprehensive 3-0 Series win and are now focussed on defending their TRC title.
Argentina's poor June continued in Resistencia with a 15-44 loss to Scotland following recent losses to Wales.
Its down to the wire for the Wallabies against Ireland while the All Blacks and Springboks are chasing whitewash victories.
Wales without many of their established stars surprised the Pumas again to win the Second Test and the series 2-0 in Santa Fe.
The All Blacks wrapped up the Series against France with one Test to play with an unconvincing 26-13 win in Wellington.
The Wallabies have fallen to a desperate Ireland 21-26 in another tight battle at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
The Springboks overturned a 12-0 deficit to win 23-12 against England in Bloemfontein to win the June Series with one match to play.
The All Blacks, Springboks and Wallabies have all named their teams for the Second Tests of the June international series...
Springboks come from 21 points behind to overhaul England and then hang on to win a sensational match 42-39 at Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg.
A young Wales team defied the odds to record a stunning 23-10 victory over Argentina in San Juan.
New Zealand were far too strong at Eden Park in Auckland for new look France team in First Test winning 52-11.
The Wallabies continue their dominance over Ireland at home by beating the number two team in the world 18-9 at Suncorp Stadium In Brisbane.
S’busiso Nkosi, Aphiwe Dyantyi and RG Snyman will make their Springbok debuts when South Africa face England in the First Test in Johannesburg.
The All Blacks team to play France in the First Test in Auckland has been announced by coach Steve Hansen.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named Brandon Paenga-Amosa and Caleb Timu to start in the First Test of the Ireland Series with Peter Samu on the bench.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has confirmed his squad for the blockbuster three-Test Ireland Series that kicks off at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday 9 June.
The third Bledisloe Cup match between New Zealand and Australia this year will be played in Japan, the Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU) and New Zealand Rugby (NZR) have confirmed.