The Springboks withdrawal from TRC means a Tri-Nations tournament will now take place in Australia between the All Blacks, Pumas and Wallabies.
After a scintillating 16-all draw that defied the wild weather in Wellington, Australia and New Zealand will suit up and do it all again at Eden Park.
The Wallabies surprised the All Blacks in the opening Test of 2020 in wet Wellington as visitors see winning penalty from 60 meters hit the post.
SANZAAR and tournament hosts, Rugby Australia, have today announced a revised draw for the 2020 Rugby Championship.
Bernard Foley is not in the frame this year for the Wallaby 10 shirt and new coach Rennie picked four potential fly-halves in his squad...
SANZAAR and tournament hosts, Rugby Australia, have announced the match schedule and venues for The Rugby Championship 2020.
World Rugby has announced details of the qualification process for Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.
Jacques Nienaber has been appointed as the new Springbok coach as part of a revised coaching panel, that will report directly to Rassie Erasmus, South Africa’s director of rugby.
Former assistant coach Ian Foster has been appointed by NZ Rugby as the new Head Coach of the All Blacks.
The eight-match tour includes a three-Test series between the world champion Springboks and the British & Irish Lions.
Rugby Australia has announced the appointment of Dave Rennie as Head Coach of the Wallabies.
A stellar year for the Springboks was triumphantly crowned a day after the RWC Final when the team collected the three top awards in the World Rugby Awards at a glittering event in Tokyo.
The Springboks are Rugby World Cup champions after demolishing England in a magnificent final 32-12 to maintain the Souths grip on the Tournament.
New Zealand finished their Rugby World Cup campaign on a high when they clinched a 40-17 win over Wales in the Bronze Final in Tokyo.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has made just one change to his starting lineup for the Rugby World Cup Final in Tokyo.
The All Blacks team has been named to play Wales in the Rugby World Cup 2019 Bronze Final at Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo, on Friday 1 November.
A late Handré Pollard penalty goal handed the Springboks a 19-16 win over Wales in the second semi-final of the Rugby World Cup in Yokohama.
England reached a fourth Rugby World Cup final, defeating defending champions New Zealand 19-7 in Yokohama.
The Springboks produced a second half revival to beat hosts Japan and clinch a place in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals.
The Wallabies have fallen to England in their Rugby World Cup Quarter Final clash in Oita.