Fired up Eddie Jones tells Japan 'be worried'
A fired-up Eddie Jones says his England side will be "absolutely ruthless" and aiming to "physically smash" Japan when the teams meet on Saturday.
Crucial TMO call was right, but England will learn from All Blacks defeat
New Zealand showed why the road to the Rugby World Cup runs through them, but Eddie Jones' side laid a marker at Twickenham.
Springboks enjoy that winning feeling again
After two narrow defeats, South Africa were able to reverse their fortunes and snatch a last-gasp victory of their own against France in Paris on Saturday, even if coach Rassie Erasmus felt they had not been at their best.
France reflect on cruel Springboks defeat
French hopes of posting a morale-boosting win in the build-up to next year's World Cup were dashed in a dramatic finish to Saturday's test against South Africa, much to the bitter disappointment of both their coach and captain.
Wales finally end losing run against Australia
Replacement fullback Dan Biggar kicked a late penalty as Wales claimed a first success over nemesis Australia in 14 games.
Hooper rues missed opportunities
Australia skipper Michael Hooper admits he made the wrong move in not kicking for goal after the Wallabies sunk to a disappointing 9-6 Test loss to Wales.
Gatland praises Welsh bench for Australia win
Wales coach Warren Gatland says the strength of their bench played a major role in the narrow 9-6 victory over Australia at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
Undefeated tour a 'pass mark' for Wallabies: Castle
Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle has said an undefeated tour of Europe would be a "pass mark" for the Wallabies as they look to finish off a tough season on a high note.
Dyantyi, Larmour, Tu'inukuafe Breakthrough Player nominees
"The Breakthrough Player of the Year Award recognises the most exciting talent to burst onto the international 15s or sevens stage and highlights the 'ones to watch'," World Rugby chief Bill Beaumont says.
Coleman out, Naivalu returns for Wallabies
Israel Folau will start at outside centre, while a groin injury has forced lock Adam Coleman out of the Wallabies' Test against the All Blacks on Saturday in Yokohama.
McKenzie to start in Bledisloe III
The All Blacks have sprung a major surprise by naming Damian McKenzie to start at fullback in the third Bledisloe Cup Test in Yokohama on Saturday.
Savea's big opportunity arrives in Hansen's mega squad
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has again shown his smarts in adding an extra 19 players for the tour of Japan, while Ardie Savea finally has an extended run to prove his worth at No.7 - Craig Dowd writes.
How Wallabies nod off against All Blacks
They're the coach killers that have Michael Cheika demanding his Wallabies toughen up and take the fight to the All Blacks for the full 80 minutes in Saturday's final Bledisloe Cup duel of the year in Japan.
Team of the Tournament: All Blacks, Springboks star
There were some magnificent individual performances in the Rugby Championship. But who were the guys who were consistently good throughout the competition? Read on for our Team of the Tournament.
All Blacks still Cup kings, but gap has closed
Australia may have disappointed during the Rugby Championship but the performance of South Africa, despite throwing the game away in Pretoria, shows the All Blacks aren't World Cup certainties -- Craig Dowd writes.
Wallabies must learn from Salta: Cheika
Michael Cheika has declared it's up to Wallabies players, not him, to ensure their miracle win over Argentina proves a defining moment in their evolution and not just another false dawn.
Rebooted: ABs, Wallabies pull off great escape
The Wallabies went from a team of flops to superstars in the span of a 10 minute bollocking from coach Michael Cheika, while the All Blacks managed their own escape act in South Africa. Your R6 review is here.
Victory not enough for Cheika
A half-time shellacking from coach Michael Cheika turned around one of the most remarkable rugby internationals in history on Saturday but the Australians will need more than words if they are to improve on a disappointing Rugby Championship.
All Black Cane sidelined by broken neck
Flanker Sam Cane will miss the All Blacks tour of Japan and Europe after suffering a broken neck during their win over South Africa.
RA can't allow comeback win to camouflage frailties
Rugby Australia must not let the Wallabies' Keystone Cops-esque win in Argentina camouflage glaring frailties within the outfit. Nor can the team or management be allowed to get away with any 'we showed the critics' carry-on -- Greg Growden writes.
Wallabies produce 24-point comeback win
The Wallabies have produced a huge second-half comeback to beat Argentina 45-34 and potentially save coach Michael Cheika's skin.
The All Blacks-Springboks rivalry is back
Five takeaways from the epic Rugby Championship match between the Springboks and the All Blacks at Loftus Versfeld.
Hansen praises fight in last-gasp win over Boks
New Zealand's ability to keep up their intensity to the end was a key factor in the All Blacks' 32-30 comeback victory over South Africa, according to coach Steven Hansen.
Soft moments cost Springboks, says Kolisi
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi says soft-moments in the last 10 minutes cost them back-to-back victories in the Rugby Championship against the All Blacks at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
Boks prepared for physical Test - Kolisi
South Africa's captain says the team's last home Test of the year, against New Zealand, "is a huge game in every sense".
Savea seals stunning comeback win for NZ
Ardie Savea scored a try in the final minute as New Zealand staged a stunning comeback to beat South Africa at Loftus Versfeld.
Springboks clash can lay down World Cup marker
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen sees Saturday's Rugby Championship test against South Africa as a chance to lay down an early marker for when the two rugby superpowers clash at next year's World Cup.
TRC Review: Springboks closing gap, Wallabies wobbling
The All Blacks cemented their place at the top of the Rugby Championship with emphatic displays. However, South Africa -- and even Argentina -- showed that the world is catching up, while the Wallabies floundered. Read on for our tournament review.
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