British and Irish Lions 23, Australia 21 in Brisbane (1st Test)
New Zealand 24, France 9 in New Plymouth (3rd test)
South Africa 56, Samoa 23 in Pretoria (Quadrangular Tournament)
Scotland 30, Italy 29 in Pretoria (Quadrangular Tournament)
Argentina 29, Georgia 18 in San Juan
Kenya 19, Uganda 13 in Nairobi (Elgon Cup 2nd Leg)
USA South 26, Trinidad Tobago 18 in Port of Spain (NACRA Caribbean Champ.Final)
Rwanda 20, Burundi 0 in Kigali (CAR Division 2, South; 1st Leg)
The British and Irish Lions started the test series against Australia win a nail-biting win in Brisbane. Poor goal kicking cost the Aussies a win. The Lions held on grimly towards the end as the Australian scrum put pressure on their much acclaimed rival scrum. It was a great game to watch. The second test is in Melbourne next Saturday.
New Zealand wrapped up their 3 test series against France. The Kiwis didn’t dominate until the last quarter. Up to then the French were very competitive and asked searching questions of the New Zealand forwards in particular.
South Africa scotched all previews and played their best rugby this year (in fact for some time) with a 56-23 win over Samoa. Indiscipline cost the Samoans heavily.
Scotland gained a small measure of joy from the Quadrangular tournament in South Africa with a one-point win over Italy.
Argentina came away from their home clash against Georgia with a win whilst Kenya defeated Uganda with a 19-13 win away. Their 35-30 aggregate count saw them retain the Elgon Cup.
The USA South won the 2013 NACRA Caribbean Championship by defeating Trinidad Tobago away. They remained undefeated after starting the campaign back in January.
And finally Rwanda defeated Burundi at home 20-0 to take out the first leg at home.Tanzania and Swaziland pulled out of this CAR Division 2, South Tournament. The 2nd Leg date is yet to be set.