2018 June Internationals
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2018 Test Schedule (can a moderator please pin this thread to the top?)
For broadcast schedules outside NZ, see below this table.
day NZ date k/o NZT k/o local match where watch/results tournament Mon 28 May 2.00am 3.00pm* England v Barbarians London 45 - 63 . Sun 3 June 3.30am 12.30pm* Argentina XV v Emerging Italy Las Piedras (URU) 19 - 8 WR Nations Cup Sun 3 June 6.00am 3.00pm* Fiji Warriors v Uruguay Las Piedras (URU) 10 - 29 WR Nations Cup Sun 3 June 9.00am 5.00pm* South Africa v Wales Washington DC 20 - 22 . Thu 7 June 3.30am 12.30pm* Argentina XV v Fiji Warriors Las Piedras (URU) 75 - 15 WR Nations Cup Thu 7 June 6.00am 3.00pm* Emerging Italy v Uruguay Las Piedras (URU) 19 - 23 WR Nations Cup Sat 9 June 1.00pm 1.00pm Tonga v Georgia Suva 15 - 16 Pacific Nations Cup Sat 9 June 3.00pm 3.00pm Fiji v Samoa Suva 24 - 22 Pacific Nations Cup Sat 9 June 5.45pm 2.45pm Japan v Italy Oita 34 -17 Sat 9 June 7.35pm 7.35pm
New Zealand v France
Auckland 52 - 11 Sat 9 June 10.00pm 8.00pm Australia v Ireland Brisbane 18 - 9 Sun 10 June 3.05am 5.05pm* South Africa v England Johannesburg 42 - 39 Sun 10 June 7.40am 4.40pm* Argentina v Wales San Juan 10 - 23 Sun 10 June 12.00pm 6.00pm* USA v Russia Denver 62 - 13 Sun 10 June 1.00pm 7.00pm* Canada v Scotland Edmonton 10 - 48 Mon 11 June 3.30am 12.30pm* Emerging Italy v Fiji Warriors Las Piedras (URU) 29 - 27 WR Nations Cup Mon 11 June 6.00am 3.00pm* Argentina XV v Uruguay Las Piedras (URU) 10 - 26 WR Nations Cup . Fri 15 June 7.35pm 7.35pm
Crusaders v Fr Barbarians
Christchurch 42 - 26 Sat 16 June 1.00pm 1.00pm Tonga v Samoa Suva 28 - 18 Pacific Nations Cup Sat 16 June 3.30pm 3.30pm Fiji v Georgia Suva 37 - 15 Pacific Nations Cup Sat 16 June 5.00pm 2.00pm Japan v Italy Kobe 22 - 25 Sat 16 June 7.35pm 7.35pm
New Zealand v France
Wellington 26 - 13 Sat 16 June 10.00pm 8.00pm Australia v Ireland Melbourne 21 - 26 Sun 17 June 1.00am 3.00pm* Germany v Portugal Heidelberg 16 - 13 RWC qualifier Sun 17 June 3.05am 5.05pm* South Africa v England Bloemfontein 23 - 12 Sun 17 June 7.40am 4.40pm* Argentina v Wales Santa Fe 12 - 30 Sun 17 June 8.00am 4.00pm Canada v Russia Ottawa 20 - 43 Sun 17 June 1.00pm 8.00pm* USA v Scotland Houston 30 - 29 . Fri 22 June 7.35pm 7.35pm
Highlanders v Fr Barbarians
Invercargill 29 - 10 Sat 23 June 3.00pm 3.00pm Fiji v Tonga Lautoka 19 - 27 Sat 23 June 5.45pm 2.45pm Japan v Georgia Toyota City 28 - 0 Sat 23 June 7.35pm 7.35pm
New Zealand v France
Dunedin 49 - 14 Sat 23 June 10.00pm 8.00pm Australia v Ireland Sydney 16 - 20 Sun 24 June 3.05am 5.05pm* South Africa v England Cape Town 10 - 25 Sun 24 June 7.00am 4.00pm* Canada v USA Halifax 17 - 42 Sun 24 June 7.40am 4.40pm* Argentina v Scotland Montevideo (URU) 15 - 44 Sun 30 June 2.10pm 3.10pm Samoa v Germany Apia Sky Sport 1/WR YouTube RWC qualifier Sun 14 July TBC TBC Germany v Samoa TBC RWC qualifier
Where to watch outside NZ:
Samoa v Germany: WR YouTube and the Germany Rugby Union's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/DRVRugby/
check here: https://www.tsn.ca/international-rugby-on-tsn-and-tsn-go-1.771522
England: 15 Elliot Daly (Wasps); 14 Jonny May (Leicester), 13 Henry Trinder (Gloucester), 12 Piers Francis (Northampton), 11 Mike Brown (Harlequins); 10 George Ford (Leicester), 9 Ben Youngs (Leicester); 1 Joe Marler (Harlequins), 2 Jack Singleton (Worcester), 3 Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins), 4 Elliott Stooke (Bath), 5 Joe Launchbury (Wasps), 6 Chris Robshaw (Harlequins), 7 Tom Curry (Sale), 8 Zach Mercer (Bath)
Replacements: 16 George McGuigan (Leicester), 17 Ellis Genge (Leicester), 18 Nick Schonert (Worcester), 19 Josh Beaumont (Sale), 20 Mark Wilson (Newcastle), 21 Dan Robson (Wasps), 22 Danny Cipriani (Wasps), 23 Denny Solomona (Sale)
Barbarians: 15 Chris Ashton (Toulon & England), 14 Josua Tuisova (Toulon & Fiji), 13 Semi Radradra (Toulon), 12 Josh Matavesi (Newcastle Falcons & Fiji), 11 Niyi Adeolokun (Connacht & Ireland), 10 Finn Russell (Glasgow Warriors & Scotland), 9 Rhodri Williams (Bristol & Wales), 1 Denis Buckley (Connacht), 2 Benjamin Kayser (Clermont & France), 3 John Afoa (Gloucester & New Zealand), 4 Ultan Dillane (Connacht & Ireland), 5 Sateleki Timani (Clermont & Australia), 6 Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe (Toulon & Argentina, Captain), 7 Justin Tipuric (Ospreys & Wales), 8 Victor Vito (La Rochelle & New Zealand)
Replacements: 16 Tatafu Polota-Nau (Leicester & Australia), 17 Loni Uhila (Clermont), 18 Ramiro Herrera (Stade Francais & Argentina), 19 Joe Tekori (Toulouse & Samoa), 20 Nili Latu (Newcastle Falcons & Tonga), 21 Greig Laidlaw (Clermont & Scotland), 22 Luke McAlister (Toulon & New Zealand), 23 Malakai Fekitoa (Toulon & New Zealand).
Today's BaBaas No. 9, his Dad Alan Williams and Luke Charteris showing rugby is a game for all shapes & sizes
Fantastic start from the Barbarians
3 tries to nil (Ashton 2, Vito)
England 0 - 21 Barbarians
15 mins gone
Daly over for England. Strong through average tackling.
England 7 - 21 Barbarians
18 mins gone
Francis over for England
Forward pass from Ford early on but England finished well
England 14 - 21 Barbarians
22 mins gone
Ashton gets his hat-trick
England 14 - 28 Barbarians
27 mins gone
Great break from Daly puts Mercer over
England 21 - 28 Barbarians
29 mins gone
A gift turnover to Ford followed by a perfectly timed pass puts Francis clear
England 28 - 28 Barbarians
32 mins gone
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28 all in the 32nd minute. Piers Francis with two tries. Hard to tell which team is a Test playing nation.
Ashton on fire puts Russell away
England 28 - 35 Barbarians
And that's the half
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Fark me, but tackling is optional for both sides.
May be a ploy for England - but if they continue as they are, in SA they will be gobbled up for sure.
Bloody hell Victor Vito the Baabaas best - defo we should have tried harder to keep him, right now he wouldn't look out of place in a black shirt.
And awaaaaaayyyy we go
Weak midfield tackling from England and Radradra is over
England 28 - 42 Barbarians
47 mins gone
Benches released for both sides.
England need to tighten things up to have any chance of winning this
Penalty for England right under the sticks and go for the penalty.
'Boring, Boring England'
England 31 - 42 Barbarians
50 mins gone
I assume still quite a few England players are missing from the squad? If not, they may have a big problem. Can't see this lot put SA away.
Great team and game for Fernandez Lobbe to finish his professional career.
Geez, how often does a player have to place the ball against the base of the post to get the try awarded?
Launchbury awarded try by TMO
England 38 - 42 Barbarians
57 mins gone
I hope this is a try; it looked awesome. Fekitoa's pass wasn't forwards.
Try Timani! And converted: 38-49 Baabaas
Take that the English juggernaut
Timani in at the corner
England 38 - 49 Barbarians
61 mins gone
I love how you see the show element in every Baabaas game, no matter who's on the field.
Sheridan's love child on the park for England
Epic skill from Tipuric to put Ashton away but he knocks on in goal.
That could have finished England off
Beaumont penalised for pulling back. Should have been yellow.
Barbarians battering and getting close, spread it and outflanked England again.
Radradro played hell with England all day.
England 38 - 56 Barbarians
74 mins gone
Fuck off you stupid commentator.
Barbarians have it easier to put a team together compared with the England side.
AGAIN FUCK OFF
Great kick through from Cipriani and May finishes well
England 45 - 56 Barbarians
77 mins gone
@mikethesnow Hmmm, they had to make some last minute replacements though. Aki, Piutau and McGinty suddenly unavailable.
And a fitting end to a great performance and Vito goes over
Lobbe with the conversion
England 45 - 63 Barbarians
And that's a wrap.
Awesome to see Fernandez Lobbe come back on to kick the final conversion! Entertaining game.
Regardless of what stage of the season and which 23 you field, conceding 63 points has to be a very low point for England.
Jones got a lot of work to do this Summer.
Haven't seen an announcement yet about Barbarians' games in November. I assume they'll play either SA of Oz, and maybe a game against one of the PI teams and/or a tier 2/3 team.
Thankfully some honest talk from Ford
4 losses on the bounce for Eddie's England
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@mikethesnow Like I said England appear to be going backwards under Eddie
With the horseshit spouted by the English commentators, Eddie, Hartley and Daly is Alistair Campbell on board with England?
Don't want to be the grammar police Eddie, but please replace 'The Barbarians were a very experienced team' with the 'scratch Barbarians team playing their first game together had a lot of experience '