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There was another silly Test, this time at Twickenham when a sort of England 1st XV battered a sort of Wales 2nd XV into submission.

 

Wales went weak to Australia in June and now went weak against England at Twickenham. One supposes there is master plan behind it all but surely if a 2nd team had toured OZ then they should be capable of putting up a better fight.

International

Argentina vs Chile, 70-14
England vs Wales, 62-5

New Zealand

Air New Zealand Cup

Week 2


North Harbour retained the Ranfurly Shield.

Auckland vs Bay of Plenty, 41-3
Canterbury vs Counties Manukau, 52-13
Hawke’s Bay vs Wellington, 8-6
North Harbour vs Taranaki, 19-13
Otago vs Northland, 23-20
Tasman vs Manawatu, 33-10
Waikato vs Southland, 22-11

South Africa

Currie Cup

Premier Division


Blue Bulls vs Boland, 36-12
Cheetahs vs Sharks, 42-22
Golden Lions vs Griquas, 45-24
Western Province vs Valke, 47-18


Division 1

Griffons vs Pumas, 60-43
Leopards vs Border Bulldogs, 25-21
South Western Districts vs Eastern Province, 13-6

Under-21

Griquas vs Pumas, 44-5
Valke vs South Western Districts, 42-17

Under-19

Griquas vs Pumas, 29-5
Valke vs South Western Districts, 41-13

Amateur Provincial

Boland vs Eastern Province Platteland, 55-10
Border Rural vs South Western Districts,
Eastern Province vs Free State Platteland, 48-20
Free State vs Valke South, 66-19
Golden Lions vs Pumas , 43-35
Griffons Oos vs Griffons, 22-21
Griquas Central vs Griquas Agri-Orange, 42 – 26
Valke East vs Limpopo, 79-21

 


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