Quite probably the worst game of union I've seen in years, a dire try-less waste of time. Both teams seemed to want to spend the game either cheating or complaining to the ref about the other side cheating, and what made it worse is that the ref had a real shocker getting some pretty big things wrong and seeming to make decisions based on who complained the most. Most professional level refs would have lost patience with the dissent 10 minutes into the game and started showing yellow cards. There was one example that just highlighted it all, scrum set and it looked fairly fine, Aussie flanker stood up and shouted across the scrum to the ref about something very pedantic, referee penalised NZ, 99% of refs would have penalised the Aussie for losing his binding and being a whiny complainer.
Final whistle went, nothing from the crowd at all beyond the murmur of a not quite full stadium of people discussing the best way to get out and wondering if there was a way to get their money back. I've seen more crowd engagement at 2nd team amateur games.
If that's the pinnacle of union competition then some people really need their heads knocking together.