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South Africa laid down an impressive marker ahead of The Rugby Championship with an emphatic 55-6 win over Scotland.
Scotland boss Vern Cotter said his side still offered positive signs for the future despite losing 55-6 to South Africa.
Scotland will look to end their summer tour unbeaten when they face South Africa in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Glasgow Warriors back-row forward Adam Ashe will make his debut at No 8 for Scotland against South Africa on Saturday.
Wales international centre Owen Williams is in a Singapore hospital after suffering an injury during the World Club 10s.
Former Scotland fly-half Dan Parks has announced his retirement from rugby union at the age of 36.
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- Lancaster calls for response
- Gatland: We're getting there
- Lancaster looks to the autumn
- Wales lock Evans joins Bristol
- Gatland: No issue with Walsh
- Weir kicks Scotland to victory
- Late heartbreak for Wales
- Alun Wyn impresses Howley
- England defend Junior title
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- Vunipola eyes third Test start
- Argentina v Scotland: Teams
- Test still 'huge' for England
- Wilson focused on final Test
- Biggar seeks Wales response
Six Nations Round-up
- Rugby World Cup: Fiji beat Cook Islands to qualify for England opener at Twickenham
- Stuart Lancaster hopes England will be spurred on by painful series defeat
- Wallabies finish series whitewash over France in style
- Australia eye series sweep against France in Sydney
- Ireland captain Paul O'Connell eyeing improvement after Test wins over Argentina
- Ireland seal Test series victory in Argentina with 23-17 success
- Italy confirm lock Quintin Geldenhuys as captain for summer tour
- South Africa score eight tries in 55-6 victory over Scotland in Port Elizabeth
- Scotland boss Vern Cotter finds positives in thrashing by South Africa
- Cardiff Blues centre Owen Williams suffers 'significant' neck and spinal injury
- Wales and Cardiff Blues star Owen Williams in hospital
Joe Launchbury arrived in London from Paris on Sunday afternoon and was thrust into the heart of the England camp on Monday, ready to board yet another plane to New Zealand for the summer tour.
Jonny Wilkinson and his metronomic kicking ability are globally renowned, but the curtain will finally come down on the World Cup-winning fly-half’s career at the conclusion of the season.
Dewi Morris looks at some of the players Stuart Lancaster may consider for England's tour to New Zealand
With the tour to New Zealand fast approaching it's time to look around and see who may well have caught Stuart Lancaster's eye.
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