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.
Rugby Australia has announced its intent to secure the hosting rights for the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup and 2027 Rugby World Cup (Men's).
Highly-regarded sports administrator Raelene Castle has today been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Rugby Australia.
A brace from new cap Hadleigh Parkes helped Wales beat South Africa 24-22 in their end-of-year Test at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Warrick Gelant and Dan du Preez will get their first starts for the Springboks in the final Test of 2017, against Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
The Wallabies were defeated by an upbeat Scotland 53-24 in a disappointing end to their 2017 Spring Tour campaign at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
Sustained defence and ability to make most of their chances saw the All Blacks win 33-18 in Cardiff to extend record of victories over Wales.
The Springboks produced a workmanlike performance in terrible conditions to beat Italy 35-6 and record their second win of their November Tour.
Ireland claimed their third win in three November Tests with a clinical 28-19 victory over Argentina at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named Stephen Moore to start in what will be his 129th, and final, Test of a professional career that has spanned 15 years
Sam Whitelock, the most capped All Blacks lock of all time, takes over as Captain against Wales in Cardiff for Kieran Read, who will miss the Test because of injury.
Bongi Mbonambi will make his first start for the Springboks against Italy, while Pieter-Steph du Toit returns to the starting team for the match in Padova.
Although Argentina have won the most recent meeting between the two sides, Los Pumas have never beaten Ireland in Dublin in seven previous attempts.
Argentina got their end-of-year Test campaign back on track when they secured a deserved 31-15 victory against Italy in Florence.