Simon Briggs After appearances from Prince Harry and Prince William during the early stages of this World Cup, Argentina enjoyed a visit from a different kind of royalty
Argentina all but secured their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals as they subdued Tonga's physicality and flair to claim a 45-16 bonus-point victory in Leicester on Sunday.
Rex Gowar In April, Santiago Cordero was wondering what career to pursue. In his team's World Cup win over Georgia he became a hero.
Phil Blanche Argentina took a huge step towards reaching the World Cup quarter-finals by crushing Georgia 54-9 in Gloucester.
New Zealand can expect a tougher test from Argentina in their World Cup opener on Sunday than in July when the All Blacks eased to a comfortable victory in Christchurch, Pumas coach Daniel Hourcade said.
Lee Gaskin The ACT Brumbies' elusive search for an experienced scrumhalf to replace Nic White appears to be over.
Nick Said Three tries to winger Juan Imhoff lead Argentina to an upset win over South Africa.
Argentina wing Gonzalo Camacho makes his international comeback after three shoulder operations in two years when they face Australia in the Rugby Championship in Mendoza on Saturday.
Adrian Warren Wallabies centre Matt Giteau has been ruled out of next weekend's Rugby Championship clash with Argentina due to a sternum injury he suffered during his return to the Test arena .
David Polkinghorne The Honey Badger's translator one minute, a chance to book a ticket to the World Cup the next. And Larkham says a Brumby is one of the most damaging players in the world.
Argentina produced a tactical masterclass to beat France 18-13 at the Stade de France in Paris on Saturday.
Argentina lost their way following last month's historic 21-17 victory over Australia in the Rugby Championship, winger Juan Imoff has admitted.
Argentina roared back to beat hosts Italy 20-18 with their two tries eclipsing the awesome boot of new Azzurri kicking king Kelly Haimona on Friday.
Simon Turnbull Brothers Richie and Jonny Gray paved the way for Scotland's first home win against Argentina for 24 years, a convincing 41-31 victory.
Georgina Robinson If it wasn't all Kurtley Beale's fault, then the Wallabies have a big problem.
Georgina Robinson Bernard Foley has refused to blame laser beams for the Wallabies shambolic capitulation to the Pumas on Saturday but conceded it would be helpful if match officials granted kickers a second shot at goal when the potentially harmful practice takes place.