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South Africa have won their 4th Rugby World Cup title, winning a very tight encounter with New Zealand 12-11. In a match dominated by the officials, with 4 yellow cards, 1 of which was upgraded to a red card, South Africa held on in the 2nd half after taking a 12-6 lead into the break.
New Zealand will play South Africa in the final of the RWC 2023, in Paris.
In the first semi-final, New Zealand beat Argentina convincingly by 44-6, dominating in most areas of the match.
In the second semi-final, South Africa beat England 16-15, scoring 10 points in the last 11 minutes of the match after England had dominated for much of the game until then.
The last 4 teams are set to play in the RWC 2023 Semi-Finals in Paris.
The first match will be Argentina v New Zealand. Argentina beat Wales and New Zealand beat Ireland to make the semi-final.
The second match will see England play South Africa. England beat Fiji and South Africa beat host nation France to get to the semi-final.
The Free State Cheetahs overcame the Pumas 25-17 to win the Currie Cup in Bloemfontein. The Cheetahs dominated for much of the match and scored 3 tries to 1.
In Wellington, the Boland Cavaliers won the First Division title with a 43-21 victory over the Falcons. The Cavaliers started strongly, led 28-14 at half time and defended against a willing Falcons team in the second half to win the match.
The Crusaders have held off the Chiefs to win the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific title for the 7th time in a row.
It was a tight match with the Crusaders taking a 15-10 lead into half time. The Chiefs struck back immediately after the restart to take the lead but couldn't hold on under immense Crusader pressure.
Discipline was an issue for the Chiefs, with a penalty count of 15-8 and 3 yellow cards against them. This ultimately led to opportunities for the Crusaders to score the points they needed to win the match and the title.
Munster have won the United Rugby Championship after beating last season's champions, the Stormers, 19-14 in Cape Town.
In a tough match Munster dominated the 1st half to lead 12-7 at half time. After the break the Stormers came back strongly and took the lead in the 50th minute. There followed a 25 minute arm wrestle as they battled it out until Munster scored the winning points in the 75th minute.