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Springboks rally to down England, Australia edge Ireland

South Africa came from 24-3 down to edge England 42-39 in an international test match staged at Ellis Park this Saturday 9 June. 
In what was a 10-try thriller, both sides scored five tries with debuntant Sibusiso Nkosi bagging a brace of tries for the hosts with Faf de Klerk, Willie Le Roux and Aphiywe Dyanti also going over as Mike Brown, Elliot Daly,Owen Farell, Jonny May and second row Maro Itoje scored for England.
Farell booted three conversions and a solitary penalty.
Meanwhile at the Suncorp stadium, home side Australia was too good for Ireland, claiming an 18-9 win to ensure they remain unbeaten against Ireland at home for the past 39 years.
The Wallabies got onto the scoresheet courtesy of tries by Benard Foley and David Pocock as Foley booted a conversion and two penalties.
For Ireland,they scored from three penalties struck by Joey Carbery.
The final test match of the day will see Argentina tackle Wales.