The Rugby Championship is the annual rugby union competition contested by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The competition is organized by SANZAR and prior to 2012 was known as the Tri Nations. The name changed in 2012 to reflect Argentina being included in the competition.
Richie McCaw was delighted with the performance after New Zealand crushed Argentina 54-15 to win the inaugural Rugby Championship in La Plata.
New Zealand claimed the inaugural Rugby Championship with a stunning 54-15 demoltion of Argentina in La Plata on Saturday night.
Argentina were left deflated after suffering a 54-15 demolition at the hands of the All Blacks in front of their home crowd.
The All Blacks produced some scintillating rugby on their way to a convincing 54-15 victory over Argentina on Saturday.
New Zealand showed their true championship qualities with an emphatic 54-15 win over Argentina.
Bryan Habana's hat-trick of tries helped South Africa to an impressive 31-8 victory over Australia in Pretoria in the Rugby Championship.
An injury plague swept through the Wallaby squad and compounded their woes at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
South Africa did not change tactics, they simply executed better. This was the message of both coach Heyneke Meyer and Jean de Villiers.
Australia will be forced to fly in reinforcements for their trip to Argentina next week, after what coach Robbie Deans described as "carnage" in Pretoria.
The core group of senior Springboks stood up at Loftus Versfeld to guide the hosts to a much-needed win over the Wallabies on Saturday.
South Africa ran rampant at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, scoring a deserved 31-8 win over Australia in their Rugby Champion ship match.
Much has been made of the youthful inexperience of the current Springboks team, but is it really so?
Quade Cooper's outbursts against the Wallabies and ARU has drawn criticism from All Black captain Richie McCaw.
Juan Martin Hernandez insists Argentina have proven they belong at the top table as they prepare to face New Zealand in the Rugby Championship.
Robbie Deans insists plans for Australia's Rugby Championship showdown with South Africa have not been derailed by the Quade Cooper affair.