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Wallabies fullback Israel Folau will face a hearing in front of World Rugby officials after receiving a warning over a second incident separate to his yellow-card offence in Australia's series-deciding loss to Ireland in Sydney.
A frustrated Steve Hansen has fired a rocket at World Rugby, demanding they improve their leadership, listen to coaches and move with the times.
All Blacks captain Kieran Read headlines a long list of injured players set to be fit for the Rugby Championship.
Damian McKenzie crammed the good, bad and the mysterious into his 65 minutes in the No 10 jersey on Saturday night.
Fatigued and relieved, Ireland are savouring a historic 20-16 triumph after holding out the gallant Wallabies to claim their first series victory in Australia in almost 40 years.
Scotland bounced back spectacularly only a week after an historic loss to the United States by achieving a record-breaking 44-15 win over Argentina on Sunday (NZ time) in the last test of its rugby tour of the Americas.
Captain Owen Farrell's six penalties and another Jonny May try earned England a much-needed consolation victory from its tour of South Africa as the visitors won 25-10 at Newlands on Saturday.
An exasperated Michael Cheika took the extraordinary step of inviting the referee and his assistants to the post-match press conference after Australia's series-deciding loss to Ireland.
Six Nations rugby champions Ireland capped an outstanding season with a contentious 20-16 win on Saturday over Australia to clinch the three-test series 2-1.
Good luck getting All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and French counterpart Jacques Brunel to agree on Damian McKenzie's controversial try in Dunedin on Saturday night.
That was more like it. The All Blacks saved their best for last to over-run France 49-14, and keep them scoreless in the second half at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin. Here's how we rated the men in black as they swept the series:
OPINION: Damian McKenzie certainly didn't silence the howls for Steve Hansen to bury his first-five experiment, but he did somewhat hush them in Dunedin on Saturday night.
Vereniki Goneva was both hero and villain as Pacific Nations Cup champion Fiji suffered a surprise 27-19 loss to Tonga in a one-off rugby test in Lautoka on Saturday.
Fresh-faced All Blacks line up against a new look France in a battle of unknowns under the roof in Dunedin.
No one in Super Rugby likes the June test break. It's a momentum-killing strength-sapper, and the fact that this is its final intrusion into the ailing franchise competition is the best piece of news it's had for a while.