The match officials for Round #2 of The Rugby Championship, as selected by World Rugby, have been confirmed.
South Africa started their Rugby Championship campaign with a bang as they defeated Australia 35-17 in Johannesburg.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus and Wallaby coach Michael Cheika have announced their teams for the clash in Johannesburg.
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Michael Cheika and the Australian Test selectors have confirmed a 34-man squad for the Test against South Africa in Johannesburg on July 20.
The All Blacks selectors have named the squad for the first two matches of TRC against Argentina and South Africa.
SANZAAR is disappointment that the World Rugby Nations Championship (WRNC) concept that was set to redefine international rugby has been taken off the table.
World Rugby has announced the match official appointments for the 63 international matches on the road to Rugby World Cup 2019 including The Rugby Championship.
World Rugby has announced the 23 match officials selected to take charge of the 48 matches at Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
Rugby Australia has welcomed funding from the Australian Government to support important scoping work ahead of the bid process for the 2027 Rugby World Cup.
SANZAAR has today confirmed the abbreviated six-match schedule for this year's Rugby Championship.
World Rugby has announced the match officials who will take charge of the 2019 6 Nations Championship.
The Springboks’ end-of-year tour ended on a sour note as they stumbled to an error-ridden 20-11 loss against Wales in Cardiff.
An unchanged Springbok starting side will take on Wales in the final Test match of the 2018 November Tour to Europe in Cardiff.
The Springboks continued with their fine recent form by beating Scotland 26-20 at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus has made six changes including two personnel changes and two positional switches in the starting lineup for the Scotland match in Edinburgh.
The All Blacks and Black Ferns will feature in a blockbuster double-header in Auckland next year, while Wellington is set to host the mouth-watering RWC 2019 preview between the All Blacks and South Africa.
A dramatic finish saw the Springboks score on the bell to beat France in Paris.