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.
Australia avoided an upset after a second-half revival allowed them to escape with a 23-19 win over Argentina at Skilled Park on Saturday.
The Wallabies were made to work hard for their 23-19 victory but showed good composure in the closing stages to secure a tense win over Argentina.
The attacking potency of the All Black backs stifled the Springboks’ surge in Durban on Saturday.
Australia scored back-to-back Rugby Championship wins with a fortuitous 23-19 victory over Argentina on the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Replacement half-back Aaron Smith scored an outstanding individual try to inspire New Zealand to a 21-11 win over South Africa in Dunedin.
The Springboks’ tactical naivety lingered on as they fell to their second successive defeat in Dunedin on Saturday.
New Zealand captain Richie McCaw expressed his delight at having escaped with a win against South Africa after a real arm-wrestle in Dunedin on Saturday.
New Zealand continued their stranglehold on the Rugby Championship with a 21-11 win over South Africa in Dunedin on Saturday.
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers has come out in defence of misfiring flyhalf Morne Steyn ahead of Saturday’s Rugby Championship encounter against the All Blacks in Dunedin.
Springbok assistant coach John McFarland has reaffirmed that South Africa would not alter their conservative game plan.
New Zealand hope to move one step closer to winning the Rugby Championship title when they face South Africa in Dunedin on Saturday (8.35am).
Wallaby skipper Nathan Sharpe on Friday warned his team against complacency when they face Argentina.
The All Blacks expect to be targeted by an aerial bombardment Saturday as South Africa search for a way to break the world champions' stranglehold.
Argentina will sense a great opportunity to earn their first victory of the Rugby Championship when they face Australia on Saturday.
Are you confident? If you are a New Zealander you are confident. If you are a South African you are looking for a shelter.