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SamoaSAMOA 25 - 23 CANADACanada

Stade des Alpes, Grenoble - Friday 25 November 2016
KO: 20:00 HT: 16-6 Att: tbc

SAMOA finished off the November Tour with a narrow 25-23 win against Canada in Grenoble on Friday night.

Samoa took 20 points from the foot of D’Angelo Leuila while Paul Perez had their lone try, while Canada secured two tries from DTH van der Merwe, Evan Olmstead scoring his first for his country. Connor Braid kicked eight points, but a missed conversion was the difference in the score.

Perez opened the scoring in the eighth minute as he touched down in the corner after a swift counter-attack by the Samoans left Canada reeling. Leuila quickly added to the lead two minutes later as he struck a drop goal to make it 10-0 before making it 13-0 in the 14th minute with his first penalty of the night.

Canada got themselves back into the game though as Braid got his side on the board with a 16th minute penalty to make it 13-3 but eight minutes later the Samoan lead was 16-3 as Leuila struck another penalty. Braid cut the deficit to 10 points before the interval with his second penalty of the night, and the teams went into the break 16-16.

However, despite a positive start to the second half from the Canadians, it was Leuila getting the first points of the second frame as he slotted a 50th minute penalty.

A 56th minute yellow card to Taiasina Tuifu'a became the catalyst for Canada as they took the ensuing lineout to just a meter out before Olmstead quickly touched down on the line to make it 19-11.

Veteran Jamie Cudmore was sent to the sin bin in the 62nd minute as he and Samoan centre Winston Stanley had a shoving match, but it was only the Canadian who would take a 10 minute breather. Despite losing a man, Canada roared on and two minutes later it was van der Merwe scoring after Phil Mack's box kick took a favourable bounce and the Canadian winger was in for his 22nd test try.

Leuila slotted a drop goal to push Samoa's lead to 22-16, and a 73rd minute penalty extended their advantage to 25, but Canada battled on and were rewarded in the 79th minute as van der Merwe collected Braid's cross-field kick to score. Despite a valiant effort, Canada was unable to muster anything in the closing moments of the match, falling 25-23 Samoa.

Samoa15 Albert Nikoro 14 Ken Pisi 13 Paul Perez 12 Winston Stanley 11 DAVID LEMI (C) 10 D’Angelo Leuila 9 Kahn Fotuali’I 1 Sakaria Taulafo 2 Elia Elia 3 Logovi’i Mulipola 4 Taiasina Tuifu’a 5  Jeff Lepa 6  Alafoti Fa’osiliva 7 Greg Foe 8 Genesis Mamea BENCH: 16 Seilala Lam 17 Nephi Leatigaga 18 Census Johnston 19 Talaga Alofipo 20 Oneone Fa’afou 21 Danny Tusitala 22 Ope Peleseuma 23 Ahsee Tual

SCORERS T: Perez C: Leuila P: Leuila (4) DG: Leuila Yellow Card Tuifu'a

Canada15 Matt Evans 14 DTH VAN DER MERWE (C) 13 Ciaran Hearn 12 Nick Blevins 11 Conor Trainor 10 Connor Braid 9 Phil Mack 8 Admir Cejvanovic 7 Matt Heaton 6 Evan Olmstead 5 Brett Beukeboom 4 Jamie Cudmore 3 Jake Ilnicki 2 Ray Barkwill 1 Rob Brouwer BENCH: 16 Eric Howard 17 Djustice Sears-Duru 18 Matt Tierney 19 Conor Keys 20 Clay Panga 21 Andrew Ferguson 22 Pat Parfrey 23 Ben Lesage

SCORERS T: Olmstead, van der Merwe (2) C: Braid P: Braid (2) Yellow Card Cudmore

Referee: Luke Pearce Asst Referees: David Wilkinson, Gary Conway TMO: TBC

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EnglandENGLAND 27 - 14 ARGENTINAArgentina

Twickenham - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 14:30 HT: 16-7 Att: tbc

HOW IT HAPPENED MINUTE BY MINUTE…

England v Pumas The anthems are on the go at HQ in the sunshine already...
England 0-0 Pumas England in navy again! Pascal Gaüzère blows the KO whistle...
England 0-0 Pumas 2m Jonny May runs towards the corner attempting a first score but run out instead...
England 0-0 Pumas 3m A most bizarre scenario after the Pumas drop out as Ref goes back to TMO to check obstruction
England 0-0 Pumas 4m More like May obstructed the Puma! & then a penalty to England but should've gone to Pumas
England 0-0 Pumas 4m Billy Vunipola holds onto ball, but Ref gives Owen Farrell opportunity to kick at uprights
England 3-0 Pumas 5m Farrell opens the scoring; Elliot Daly dangerously tackles Leonardo Senatore in the air...
England 3-0 Pumas 6m Jerónimo De la Fuente already replaced Juan Martín Hernández; now Facundo Isa for Senatore
England 3-0 Pumas 6m Daly rightly gets a red card for a shocking tackle where Senatore hit head; England down to 14
England 3-0 Pumas 7m de la Fuente stays on, Hernandez back on & Santiago González Iglesias off; Pumas in England 22
England 3-0 Pumas 9m England thwart Pumas attack & play back in midfield - aerial football ensues...
England 3-0 Pumas 11m Tomás Cubelli kicks appallingly over halfway for England to set up an attacking lineout on 10m
England 6-0 Pumas 12m Pumas hand over another penalty already & Faz knocks it over form almost touch on 10m
England 6-0 Pumas 14m That moment when you realise you forget to set Sky box to record the rugby when you're at HQ!
England 6-0 Pumas 16m Mike Brown makes a spiffing break but the pass to May goes awry (& forward)
England 6-0 Pumas 17m Play halted for TMO > Juan Pablo Estelles' tackle on May in the air...no attempt to play ball
England 6-0 Pumas 18m Only a penalty - should have been minimum yellow; inconsistent reffing is a huge problem
England 6-0 Pumas 20m Well this is an officiating shambles isn't it. England maul up to the Pumas 22 before break off
England 6-0 Pumas 21m Penalty to England for yet another Pumas infringement & Faz tees up
England 9-0 Pumas 23m Faz bangs it over again; England promptly on the attack again
England 9-0 Pumas 25m This is a most tedious game...dragging infinitely! Another penalty from Pumas for no-arm tackle
England 9-0 Pumas 27m Faz tees up the easier-angled kick but it hits the post - score holds
England 9-0 Pumas 28m England are in touching distance of tryline & Chris Robshaw offloads to Tom Wood...
England 14-0 Pumas 29m ...but Matías Orlando illegal interferes with ball & earns a yellow; England earn penalty try
England 16-0 Pumas 30m Faz adds the extras & England are looking comfortable despite being a man down
England 16-0 Pumas 32m Ref finally calls a penalty for Pumas that he should have done a while back...
England 16-0 Pumas 34m Pumas set up a 5m lineout from kick just inside own half
England 16-0 Pumas 35m Finally a scrum - it's for the Pumas 5m from goal line & is taking a while to set
England 16-0 Pumas 36m When it is, it doesn't work & needs to be reset... wake me up when it happens someone!
England 16-0 Pumas 37m Scrum won by attacking side, but there's not a lot going on 2m from England's goal line!
England 16-0 Pumas 38m Play halted - Billy V's down with an injured knee & he's in pain, punching the ground
England 16-0 Pumas 38m Teimana Harrison on for Billy V - he can't take a step - stretcher on for him
England 16-0 Pumas 38m Roars of applause as Billy V is driven off, sitting on back of the stretcher cart
England 16-0 Pumas 39m It's a Pumas scrum again, 5m out - needs to be reset...again!
England 16-0 Pumas 39m Oh this is bloody tedious ... penalty goes to Pumas & they've opted for a 5m scrum under posts
England 16-0 Pumas 40+3m More penalties...54 minute half so far. AARRGGHHH!!! Just hand over a penalty try Ref!
England 16-0 Pumas 40+5m Dan Cole yellow'd - another penalty to Pumas; Kyle Sinckler comes on & Wood is sacrificed
England 16-0 Pumas 40+7m Another bloody reset. This is not funny any more. It hasn't been for an age...
England 16-7 Pumas 40+9m Finally Isa finds the whitewash & Hernandez converts it in a 57 minute half.

England 16-7 Pumas HT T: PT C: Farrell P: Farrell (3) Yellow Card Cole Red Card Daly | T: Isa C: Hernandez Yellow Card Orlando

England 16-12 Pumas 41m Santiago Cordero starts the half by running directly under the posts to score
England 16-14 Pumas 42m Hernandez adds the extras as Pumas take advantage of England's 2-man deficit
England 16-14 Pumas 44m England ball in midfield but Pumas bring it back over halfway; England t/o...
England 16-14 Pumas 45m England earn attacking lineout on the 10m & hold onto possession
England 16-14 Pumas 47m England scrum inside the Pumas 10m for a knock on
England 16-14 Pumas 48m England secure attacking lineout again on nearside touch after Cole & Wood return; Sinckler off
England 16-14 Pumas 49m Pumas earn a free kick & bundle over halfway into attacking territory but give away penalty
England 16-14 Pumas 50m Orlando takes out May in a neck tackle - should be yellow
England 19-14 Pumas 51m Faz takes his time teeing u & adds 3 points to put some distance in the tight scoreline
England 19-14 Pumas 53m Pumas attempt an attack but Jonathan Joseph gets in the way & takes play back over halfway
England 19-14 Pumas 54m England win another penalty but Puma captain Agustin Creevy is down
England 19-14 Pumas 55m Creevy stays on & Faz misses the penalty kick at uprights from 43m
England 19-14 Pumas 59m Joe Marler & Jamie George replace Mako V & Dylan Hartley
England 19-14 Pumas 61m England firmly in Puma territory but only just - more changes afoot...
England 19-14 Pumas 62m Julián Montoya & Enrique Pieretto on for Creevy & Ramiro Herrera
England 22-14 Pumas 63m Santiago Garcia Botta, Tomas Lezana & Martín Landajo on for Lucas Noguera, Matías Alemanno & Tomás Cubelli
England 22-14 Pumas 63m Meanwhile, Pumas dish anther penalty & Faz adds 3 more from c.39m
England 22-14 Pumas 65m However, Faz misses the next that makes it 3 misses - not good...
England 27-14 Pumas 67m But May makes up for it with storming flight over the whitewash for a try
England 27-14 Pumas 68m Faz misses the conversion - 4 down...
England 27-14 Pumas 68m Danny Care on for Youngs
England 27-14 Pumas 71m Brownie reaches for the goal line & claims the score, but TMO...
England 27-14 Pumas 72m Brownie dropped it clearly; but now back for another look at off ball tackle...
England 27-14 Pumas 73m Replacement Danny Care definitely tackled accidently without ball - Pumas defensive 22 scrum
England 27-14 Pumas 74m Cole off for Sinckler, after Pieretto takes him out by the neck, in England 22
England 27-14 Pumas 75m Henry Slade replaces Brown
England 27-14 Pumas 76m Another halt - a blue player did something to a white player says Ref!
England 27-14 Pumas 76m Marler holds onto Pieretto's foot on the ground so he falls back - Marler yellow...
England 27-14 Pumas 76m Pieretto red carded for stamping on Marler - bit harsh really
England 27-14 Pumas 78m England attempt an attack, but it's the Pumas in England's 22 already...
England 27-14 Pumas 78m Gabriel Ascarate & Herrera on for Juan Pablo Estelles & Isa
England 27-14 Pumas 79m de la Fuente almost makes it to tryline - England fans cheer - bad form! This isn't wendyball
England 27-14 Pumas 80m Charlie Ewels replaces Kruis for his 2nd cap, Mako V returns for Harrison & England have possession outside Pumas' 22
England 27-14 Pumas 80+2m Pumas turn the ball, drive over halfway & eventually the 2hr 8min tedium is ended

England15 Mike Brown 14 Jonny May 13 Jonathan Joseph 12 Owen Farrell 11 Elliot Daly 10 George Ford 9 Ben Youngs 1 Mako Vunipola 2 DYLAN HARTLEY (C) 3 Dan Cole 4 Courtney Lawes 5 George Kruis 6 Chris Robshaw 7 Tom Wood 8 Billy Vunipola BENCH: 16 Jamie George 17 Joe Marler 18 Kyle Sinckler 19 Charlie Ewels 20 Teimana Harrison 21 Danny Care 22 Ben Te’o 23 Henry Slade

SCORERS T: PT, May C: Farrell P: Farrell (5) Yellow Card Cole, Marler Red Card Daly

Argentina15 Santiago Cordero 14 Matías Orlando 13 Matías Moroni 12 Santiago González Iglesias 11 Juan Pablo Estelles 10 Juan Martín Hernández 9 Tomás Cubelli 1 Lucas Noguera 2 AGUSTÍN CREEVY (C) 3 Ramiro Herrera 4 Guido Petti 5 Matías Alemanno 6 Pablo Matera 7 Javier Ortega Desio 8 Leonardo Senatore BENCH: 16 Julián Montoya 17 Santiago García Botta 18 Enrique Pieretto 19 Facundo Isa 20 Tomas Lezana 21 Martín Landajo 22 Jerónimo de la Fuente 23 Gabriel Ascarate

SCORERS T: Isa, Cordero C: Hernandez (2) Yellow Card Orlando, Matera Red Card Pieretto

Referee: Pascal Gaüzère Asst Referees: Marius Mitrea, Ian Davies TMO: Gareth Simmonds

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ScotlandSCOTLAND 43 - 16 GEORGIAGeorgia

Rugby Park, Kilmarnock - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 14:30 HT: 31-11 Att: tbc

 

Scotland15 Stuart Hogg 14 Sean Maitland 13 Mark Bennett 12 Alex Dunbar 11 Tommy Seymour 10 Finn Russell 9 GREIG LAIDLAW (C) 1 Allan Dell 2 Ross Ford 3 Zander Fagerson 4 Richie Gray 5 Jonny Gray 6 Rob Harley 7 Hamish Watson 8 Ryan Wilson BENCH: 16 Fraser Brown 17 Alex Allan 18 Moray Low 19 Grant Gilchrist 20 John Barclay 21 Ali Price* 22 Pete Horne 23 Rory Hughes

SCORERS T: Seymour, PT, Maitland, Hogg (2), Watson C: Laidlaw (5) P: Laidlaw Yellow Card Low

Georgia15 Merab Kvirikashvili 14 Giorgi Aptsiauri 13 Merab Sharikadze 12 Tamaz Mchedlidze 11 Sandro Todua 10 Lasha Malaghuradze 9 Vasil Lobzhanidze 1 Mikheil Nariashvili 2 Jaba Bregvadze 3 Levan Chilachava 4 Kote Mikautadze 5 Giorgi Nemsadze 6 Vito Kolelishvili 7 MAMUKA GORGODZE (C) 8 Beka Bitsadze BENCH: 16 Badri Alkhazashvili 17 Kakha Asieshvili 18 Dudu Kubriashvili 19 Lasha Lomidze 20 Giorgi Tkhilaishvili 21 Giorgi Begadze 22 Beka Tsiklauri 23 Shalva Sutiashvili

SCORERS T: Lobzhanidze (2) P: Kvirikashvili (2) Yellow Card Mikautadze

Referee: Matt Carley Asst Referees: Mathieu Raynal, Dan Jones TMO: Simon McDowell

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FijiFIJI 38 - 25 JAPANJapan

Stade de la Rabine, Vannes, France - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 15:00 HT: 21-6 Att: tbc

 

Fiji15 Kini Murimurivalu 14 Metuisela Talebula 13 Albert Vulivuli 12 Levani Botia 11 Nemani Nadolo 10 Ben Volavola 9 Nikola Matawalu 1 Peni Ravai 2 Sunia Koto 3 Manasa Saulo 4 Nemia Soqeta 5 Leone Nakarawa 6 Dominiko Waqaniburotu 7 Peceli Yato 8 AKAPUSI QERA (C) BENCH: 16 Tuapati Talemaitoga 17 Joeli Veitayaki 18 Leeroy Atalifo 19 Apisalome Ratuniyarawa 20 Naulia Dawai 21 Eremasi Radrodro 22 Serupepeli Vularika 23 Waisea Nayacalevu

SCORERS T: Vulivuli, Talebula, Botia (2), Nadolo C: Nadolo (5) P: Nadolo Yellow Card Yato RC Yato

Japan15 Kotaro Matsushima 14 Akihito Yamada 13 Timothy Lafaele 12 Harumichi Tatekawa 11 Kenki Fukuoka 10 Yuu Tamura 9 Fumiaki Tanaka 1 Satoshi Nakatani 2 SHOTA HORIE (C) 3 Kensuke Hatakeyama 4 Kyosuke Kajikawa 5 Samuera Anise 6 Malgene Ilaua 7 Shunsuke Nunomaki 8 Amanaki Lelei Mafi 16 Kanta Higashionna 17 Takeshi Hino 18 Heiichiro Ito 19 Kotaro Yatabe 20 Shuhei Matsuhashi 21 Keisuke Uchida 22 Amanaki Lotoahea 23 Karne Hesketh

SCORERS T: Matsushima (2), Ilaua C: Tamura (2) P: Tamura (2)

Referee: Craig Joubert Asst Referees: Jaco Peyper, Thomas Charabas TMO: Peter Fitzgibbon

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ItalyITALY 17 - 19 TONGATonga

Stadio Euganeo, Padua - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 15:00 HT: 7-3 Att: tbc

 

Italy15 Edoardo Padovani 14 Giulio Bisegni 13 Tommaso Benvenuti 12 Luke Mclean 11 Giovanbattista Venditti 10 Carlo Canna 9 Giorgio Bronzini 1 Sami Panico 2 Ornel Gega 3 Lorenzo Cittadini 4 Quintin Geldenhuys 5 Marco Fuser 6 Francesco Minto 7 SIMONE FAVARO (C) 8 Andries Van Schalkwyk BENCH: 16 Tommaso D'Apice 17 Nicola Quaglio 18 Simone Ferrari 19 George Biagi 20 Abraham Steyn 21 Edoardo Gori 22 Tommaso Allan 23 Michele Campagnaro

SCORERS T: Cittadini, Allan C: Canna, Allan P: Padovani Yellow Card Panico, Allan

Tonga15 David Halaifonua 14 Nafi Tu’itavake 13 SIALE PIUTAU (C) 12 Latiume Fosita 11 Fetu’u Vainikolo 10 Kali Hala 9 Sonatane Takulua 1 Tevita Mailau 2 Paula Ngauamo 3 Siua Halanukonuka 4 Steve Mafi 5 Jon Tu’ineau 6 Dan Faleafa 7 Jack Ram 8 Tevita Koloamatangi BENCH: 16 Elvis Taione 17 Paea Fa’anunu 18 Sila Puafisi 19 Valentino Mapapalangi 20 Kotoni Ale 21 Tomasi Palu 22 Tevita Taufui 23 Cooper Vuna

SCORERS T: Piutau C: Takulua P: Takulua (4) Yellow Card Mapapalangi

Referee: John Lacey Asst Referees: Alexandre Ruiz, Andrew Brace TMO: Jon Mason

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IrelandIRELAND 27 - 24 AUSTRALIAAustralia

Aviva Stadium - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 17:30 HT: 17-7 Att: tbc

AN electrifying second half resurgence was not enough to keep Australia's hopes of a Grand Slam alive after a 24-27 defeat to a spirited Ireland at Aviva Stadium. The homeside starved the visitors of possession for 80 percent of the first half, and a 66th minute try to Ireland from wing Keith Earls proved to be the match-winner in a superb contest.

 

The Irish were first on the scoresheet with a Paddy Jackson penalty, swiftly followed up by giant lock Iain Henderson who barged over after the Wallabies were reduced to 14 men, Dean Mumm having been shown a yellow card for a dangerous tackle.

Ireland's second try was straight out of the playbook of their legendary former skipper, Brian O'Driscoll, although this time it was Leinster youngster Garry Ringrose who slipped under a tackle and powered his way through a pack of Wallabies defenders close to the line to slam it down for another five-pointer. The officials missed Devin Toner taking out David Pocock five metres ahead of the ruck prior to the score, and Jackson converted unflinchingly, Ireland racing out to a 17-0 lead by the 35th minute.

With an extraordinary weight of possession against them, the Wallabies desperately needed a spark before half time and it came in the most spectacular fashion from a lineout win just inside their own half. In a rehearsed move which the Aussies have used to great effect on tour, once again it was a short ball from Foley to a charging Michael Hooper which snapped the defensive line before the ball moved through the hands of support players Israel Folau and Dane Haylett-Petty, with the latter finishing off under the posts. With that wonderful strike, the Irish lead was cut to ten points at 17-7 but all the momentum was with the Wallabies coming out of the break.

The men in gold pressed immediately but a final pass from Pocock to Henry Speight was ruled forward with the line open in the 42nd minute. Three minutes later, they attacked the same corridor and this time were not to be denied as Tevita Kuridrani notched his fourth try in as many Tests on the tour, dotting down after the ball was spread wide through the hands after the Wallabies had built 11 phases of attack.

David Pocock was called for not rolling away to offer Ireland a gift three points to relieve the pressure and extend their lead to six points a short time later, 20-14.

Pocock tried to atone for the penalty immediately, snatching a pass from Irish half Conor Murray and sending the ball through the hands out wide again, only for the play to break down on a final pass from Folau which found the grass. Shortly after, using the width of the field this time on the right, replacement back Sefa Naivalu charged on to a pass from Hodge through a huge hole in the Irish defence to register Australia's third try for the day. Naivalu had been on the field for just over a minute, after replacing Speight. Another Foley conversion gave the Wallabies their first lead in the match, and a penalty goal five minutes later padded the lead out to 24-20 at the midpoint of the second half.

But from there the momentum shifted again. Mumm was caught again for a high shot to put Ireland back on the attack deep in Australia's half with a lineout win from the penalty. After working it to mid-field, two long cut-out balls back to the left presented an open tryline for Ireland winger Keith Earls to dot down and regain the lead for his team.

Both sides threw everything at it in the dying stages, Ireland feeling the pressure as injuries began to mount, but there would be no more scoring in a thoroughly entertaining and absorbing battle.

The match ended in frustration for the visitors with Bernard Foley shown a yellow card and a scrum penalty on the final play extinguishing hopes of a Wallabies Grand Slam.

Ireland15 Rob Kearney 14 Andrew Trimble 13 Jared Payne 12 Garry Ringrose 11 Keith Earls 10 Paddy Jackson 9 Conor Murray 1 Jack McGrath 2 RORY BEST (C) 3 Tadhg Furlong 4 Iain Henderson 5 Devin Toner 6 CJ Stander 7 Sean O'Brien 8 Jamie Heaslip BENCH:16 Sean Cronin 17 Cian Healy 18 Finlay Bealham 19 Ultan Dillane 20 Josh van der Flier 21 Kieran Marmion 22 Joey Carbery 23 Simon Zebo

SCORERS T: Henderson, Ringrose, Earls C: Jackson (3) P: Jackson (2)

Australia15 Israel Folau 14 Dane Haylett-Petty 13 Tevita Kuridrani 12 Reece Hodge 11 Henry Speight 10 Bernard Foley 9 Will Genia 1 Scott Sio 2 STEPHEN MOORE (C) 3 Sekope Kepu 4 Rory Arnold 5 Rob Simmons 6 Dean Mumm 7 Michael Hooper 8 David Pocock BENCH: 16 Tolu Latu 17 James Slipper 18 Allan Alaalatoa 19 Kane Douglas 20 Sean McMahon 21 Nick Phipps 22 Quade Cooper 23 Sefanaia Naivalu

SCORERS T: Haylett-Petty, Kuridrani, Naivalu C: Foley (3) P: Foley Yellow Card Mumm, Foley

Referee: Jérôme Garcès Asst Referees: JP Doyle, Craig Maxwell-Keys TMO: Eric Gauzins

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WalesWALES 27 - 13 SOUTH AFRICASouth Africa

Principality Stadium - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 17:30 HT: 12-6 Att: tbc

 

Wales15 Leigh Halfpenny 14 George North 13 Jonathan Davies 12 Scott Williams 11 Liam Williams 10 Dan Biggar 9 Gareth Davies 1 GETHIN JENKINS (C) 2 Ken Owens 3 Tomas Francis 4 Luke Charteris 5 Alun Wyn Jones 6 Dan Lydiate 7 Justin Tipuric 8 Ross Moriarty BENCH: 16 Scott Baldwin 17 Nicky Smith 18 Samson Lee 19 Cory Hill 20 Taulupe Faletau 21 Lloyd Williams 22 Sam Davies 23 Jamie Roberts

SCORERS T: Owens, Tipuric C: Halfpenny P: Halfpenny (5)

South Africa15 Johan Goosen 14 Ruan Combrinck 13 Francois Venter 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg* 11 Jamba Ulengo* 10 Elton Jantjies 9 Faf de Klerk 1 Tendai Mtawarira 2 ADRIAAN STRAUSS (C) 3 Lourens Adriaanse 4 Pieter-Steph du Toit 5 Lood de Jager 6 Nizaam Carr 7 Uzair Cassiem* 8 Warren Whiteley BENCH: 16 Malcolm Marx 17 Steven Kitshoff 18 Trevor Nyakane 19 Franco Mostert 20 Jean-Luc du Preez* 21 Piet van Zyl 22 Pat Lambie

SCORERS T: Cassiem C: Lambie P: Jantjies (2) Yellow Card de Klerk

Referee: Romain Poite Asst Referees: Greg Garner, Tom Foley TMO: Graham Hughes

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RomaniaROMANIA 36 - 10 URUGUAYUruguay

Stadionul Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 18:00 HT: 22-3 Att: tbc

 

Romania15 Catalin Fercu 14 Tangimana Fonovai 13 Jack Umaga 12 Vladut Popa 11 Stephen Shennan 10 Florin Vlaicu 9 Florin Surugiu 1 Mihaita Lazar 2 Andrei Radoi 3 Alexandru Tarus 4 Johan Van Heerden 5 Valentin Poparlan 6 Viorel Lucaci 7 STELIAN BURCEA (C) 8 Andrei Gorcioaia BENCH: 16 Ionel Badiu 17 Eugen Capatana 18 Alexandru Gordas 19 Ionut Muresan 20 Cristian Chirica 21 Alexandru Tigla 22 Ionut Dumitru 23 Paula Kinikinilau

SCORERS  T: Shennan (2), van Heerdan, Surugiu, Fercu C: Vlaicu (4) P: Vlaicu Yellow Card Fonovai

Uruguay15 Manuel Blengio 14 Mauro Daverio 13 Santiago Gibernau 12 Nicolás Freitas 11 Santiago Arata 10 Felipe Berchesi 9 Agustín Ormaechea 1 Ignacio Secco 2 Carlos Arboleya 3 MARIO SAGARIO (C) 4 Franco Lamanna 5 Diego Ayala 6 Joaquín Dell’Acqua 7 Santiago Hernández 8 Gonzalo Soto BENCH: 16 Facundo Gattas 17 Francisco Jiménez 18 Mateo Sanguinetti 19 Diego Magno 20 Marcos Chamyan 21 Guillermo Lijtenstein 22 Juan Manuel Cat 23 Andrés Rocco

SCORERS T: Lijtenstein Lopez de Haro C: Berchesi P: Berchesi Yellow Card Blengio Peñalva

Referee: Ben Whitehouse Asst Referees: Lloyd Linton, Ian Tempest TMO: Neil Paterson

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FranceFRANCE 19 - 24 NEW ZEALANDNew Zealand

Stade de France - Saturday 26 November 2016
KO: 21:00 HT: 6-10 Att: tbc

 

France15 Brice Dulin 14 Noah Nakaitaci 13Rémi Lamerat 12 Wesley Fofana 11 Virimi Vakatawa 10 Camille Lopez 9 Maxime Machenaud 1 Xavier Chiocci 2 GUILHEMGUIRADO (C) 3 Uini Atonio 4 Sébastian Vahaamahina 5 Yoann Maestri 6 Charles Ollivon 7 Kevin Gourdon 8 Louis Picamoles BENCH: 16 Camille Chat 17 Cyril Baille 18 Rabah Slimani 19 Julien Le Devedec 20 Damien Chouly 21 Baptiste Serin 22 Jean-Marc Doussain 23 Gaël Fickou

SCORERS T: Picamoles C: Serin P: Machenaud (2), Serin (2)

New Zealand15 Israel Dagg 14 Waisake Naholo 13 Anton Lienert-Brown 12 Ryan Crotty 11 Julian Savea 10 Beauden Barrett 9 TJ Perenara 1 Joe Moody 2 Dane Coles 3 Owen Franks 4 Brodie Retallick 5 Samuel Whitelock 6 Jerome Kaino 7 Matt Todd 8 KIERAN READ (C) BENCH: 16 Codie Taylor 17 Wyatt Crockett 18 Charlie Faumuina 19 Scott Barrett 20 Ardie Savea 21 Aaron Smith 22 Aaron Cruden 23 Rieko Ioane

SCORERS T: Dagg, Beauden Barrett, Faumuina C: Beauden Barrett (3) P: Beauden Barrett

Referee: Wayne Barnes Asst Referees: Federico Anselmi, Dudley Phillips TMO: Rowan Kitt

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Autumn Internationals KO 2012

BelgiumBrazilChileCzech RepublicFrench BarbariansGermanyHarlequinsKoreaMunster RugbyNew Zealand MaoriPortugalSpainUruguay

 

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