Rugby-'Devastated' Australian teams lick wounds after Super slaughter

  • Rugby
  • Monday, 24 May 2021

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Super Rugby teams faced harsh reviews and "honesty sessions" on Monday as they digested another whitewash by their New Zealand counterparts in the second round of the Trans-Tasman competition.

New Zealand's five teams have now won all 10 matches in the first two rounds, underlining the gulf in class between the nations.

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