Gloucester Rugby had plenty of international representation over the weekend as the Autumn international schedule continued.
Jonny May helped England secure their second victory of the Autumn campaign as Eddie Jones’ side defeated Australia 32-15 on Saturday at Twickenham.
Santiago Carreras started at fly-half for Argentina as the Gloucester Rugby played pulled the strings in his country’s 37-16 victory over Italy.
Starting at scrum-half, Stephen Varney scored Italy’s only try in their 37-16 loss to Argentina. The Cherry and White player sniped from the base of the ruck to get over the line.
With Chris Harris starting at 13 and Adam Hastings coming on off the bench, Scotland put up a good fight but ultimately fell short in their 30-15 loss to reigning world champions South Africa.
Louis Rees-Zammit scored a key try in Wales’ 38-23 win over Fiji on Sunday. It was a brilliant individual score as the winger sprinted onto his own kick to score.
Giorgi Kveseladze started at 13 in Georgia’s 41-15 loss to France on Sunday. It was a good test for Georgia against a close to full strength French side.
Kirill Gotovtsev started at tighthead prop as Russia lost 49-12 to Spain.
Namibia beat Kenya 60-24 as Wian Conradie started at blindside flanker.
Zoe Aldcroft started at second row in England’s 51-12 victory over Canada, the Red Roses’ 17th victory in a row.
Gwen Crabb, Cara Hope, Hannah Jones, Bethan Lewis, Cerys Hale, Kerin Lake and Robyn Wilkins were all involved in Wales’ 29-19 win over South Africa.
Gloucester Hartpury's Anna Caplice played a key role in Ireland’s 20-10 result over the USA.
Kristine Sommer and Maya Learned faced Gloucester-Hartpury teammate Anna Caplice in their 20-10 loss to Ireland.