The Rugby Championship has come to a close and the final weekend was certainly one worth analysing.
The Wallabies won four consecutive matches in the Rugby Championship for the first time in their history. It wasn’t pretty, but they did enough to see off an undermanned Pumas side and finish their home campaign off on a high.
Then, of course, we had the best Test of the tournament. The Springboks and All Blacks played out an absolute belter just one week after they were criticised for putting on a non-spectacle in their historic 100th meeting.
In case you’re new; Nick Bishop, The Roar’s resident rugby expert, does a column on Fridays where he takes your questions about all the goings-on in the game right now and provides the quality of answers only somebody with his standing in the game can provide.
You’ve no doubt got plenty of questions about the latest Wallaby win and what it means for the rest of their international season.
Who should be joining the squad as they depart for their northern hemisphere tour later this month?
There’s also plenty to digest from the Springboks-All Blacks classic.
How did the Springboks turn their form around so convincingly and claim the win?
What did you make of the controversial second-half refereeing decisions?
Who really is the number one side in the world right now?
If you’ve got rugby questions; we – and Nick Bishop – we want to hear them. So get asking in the comments below and, of course, check back in on The Roar on Friday to see the answers.