England ended the year on a high by beating Australia at Twickenham while the Red Roses also secured a clean sweep of wins in the Quilter Internationals. Here's the best of how social media reacted.
It was the last time in the commentary box for legendary commentator Ian Robertson.
Bill and Cliff and Ian...The best commentators nail the biggest moments and make them even bigger. Thank you for putting up with me, Robbo. One last call today at Twickenham. pic.twitter.com/x1tmA6ixsG— Nick Mullins (@andNickMullins) November 24, 2018
While, it was also a special day for Australia scrum half Will Genia.
It was a frenetic start from England as Jonny May benefited from a powerful scrummaging effort.
TRY ENGLAND— Sky Sports Rugby (@SkySportsRugby) November 24, 2018
What a start for the hosts as May goes over in the corner after just two minutes.
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And the fans were impressed too.
I am bloody loving this! Smart, fast and disciplined. Great #rugby from @EnglandRugby who are also capitalising on the errors from @qantaswallabies. Keep it up chaps! #WearTheRose #CarryThemHome @SkySportsRugby pic.twitter.com/cEiGaMXWQ9— Darren Jaundrill (@darrenjaundrill) November 24, 2018
Finishing on a high
Despite having less possession, Australia drew level by half-time until a strong effort from England saw them pull away.
TRY TIME @elliotdaly with a brilliant try to make it 20-13 to the hosts at Twickenham— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) November 24, 2018
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It was another great day for young wing Joe Cokanasiga, bagging another try and winning the fans vote as man of the match.
TRY! England score again with a fantastic finish from @JoeCokanasiga— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) November 24, 2018
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Injured Mako Vunipola was among those impressed with England's win.
Well done @EnglandRugby great series!— Mako Vunipola (@Mako_Vunipola) November 24, 2018
England Football Team ... England Rugby Team ... England Cricket Team ... for a small island we are doing very nicely indeed ... !!!!— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) November 24, 2018
And it was the end for Robbo.
Great to see international rivalries put to one side at the end of a hard fought game.
Red Roses roar on
Finally, the Red Roses completed three wins from three with a hard fought victory over Ireland.