Nigel Owens gives out awards for the July Internationals! Whistle Watch

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From Ireland’s first series win in New Zealand to nail-biting finishes for the Springboks and Los Pumas, July was one insane month of Rugby! In this week’s episode of Whistle Watch, Nigel goes through the best moments of the past month to give out his July International Awards!

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