New Zealand rugby dominated at the sold-out doubleheader test at Eden Park on Saturday night. 

Women's Black Ferns winning 45 - 17 continuing their dominance over the Wallaroos.

The Black Ferns scoring seven tries in total with three of them being scored by Winiata, Blackwell and Wickcliffe.

The win being the 17th consecutive win against the Wallaroos. 

However, it was the sweet 16 of the Bledisloe Cup being won by the All Blacks that went into the record books, including tighthead prop Owen Franks being the ninth All Black to be welcomed into the 100 club. 

Beauden Barrett also breaking records who scored 30 points against the Wallabies surpassing the previous record set by Andrew Mehrtens. 

Also, the only All Black first five to score four test tries, the first to do it against the Wallabies, Barrett now ahead of Dan Carter in career test tries.

The final score 40 - 12. 

In the sheds, Titahi Bay halfback player TJ Perenara who lead the Ngāti Toa haka earlier left an impression on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern by gifting her his jersey.

"She was thrown off, she didn't expect it, but it was more special for me for her to accept it from me, not on behalf of myself, but from my family and community too." 

The All Blacks now have a week off, before taking on Argentina in Nelson.