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  • The 2014 mid-year rugby union internationals (also known as the Summer Internationals in the Northern Hemisphere) refer to international rugby union matches that are mostly played in the Southern Hemisphere during the June International Window.These matches were part of the International Rugby Board (IRB) Global rugby calendar (2012–19) that includes test matches between the touring Northern Hemisphere nations and the home Southern Hemisphere nations, whilst some of the touring teams will play mid-week matches against provincial or regional sides. (en)
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