Test rugby returns to Canberra
Test rugby is returning to Canberra with the Australian Rugby Union announcing Monday the Wallabies will host Argentina in the Australian capital in September.
2016 in numbers: From a lack of drop-goals to the 110-year wait
It was the year of Eddie's England, of the Irish in Chicago and all of the All Blacks continuing to win, most of the time anyway. This was 2016, by the numbers....
Pocock hopeful of facing All Blacks
The Wallabies could receive a major boost ahead of their Eden Park Bledisloe Cup encounter against the All Blacks with star back-rower David Pocock a possibility of returning from injury.
Fijian team to play in Australia's NRC
The Australian Rugby Union have confirmed a major step forward in the game with Fiji to field a at team in Australia's National Rugby Championship in 2017.
Lealiifano set for bone marrow transplant
Wallabies star Christian Lealiifano has received some positive news in his fight against leukaemia with his sister found to be a match for him to undergo a bone marrow transplant.
Springboks lock suspended for one week
Springboks lock Lood De Jager has been suspended for one week after SANZAAR accepted a guilty plea for a dangerous tackle during the Springboks loss to the All Blacks on Sunday morning.
Houston achieves life-long dream as Wallaby 901
Leroy Houston didn't know whether to laugh or cry after achieving his dream of playing for the Wallabies. In the end it was a combination of both, writes Tom Hamilton.
Phipps issued citing commissioner warning
In an incident Wallabies coach Michael Cheika admits you rarely see, replacement halfback Nick Phipps was given a citing commissioner warning for shoving the Argentina team doctor to the deck.
Pumas far too generous as Wallabies make it count
Argentina were the perfect hosts at Twickenham. They played wonderful, expansive, easy-on-the-eye rugby but were also far too generous in their hospitality, writes Tom Hamilton.
Australia punish sloppy Pumas at Twickenham
Pumas shell their opportunities in an error-strewn performance.
New Zealand hammer sorry Springboks
New Zealand consigned South Africa to their biggest ever home loss as they eased to a 57-15 win in Durban on Saturday.
Houston: I'd given up on Wallabies dream
Leroy Houston cannot quite believe he could make his Australia Test debut on Saturday -- almost 11 years after the last time he represented the Wallabies.
De Klerk and De Allende start for Springboks
South Africa have changed two for Saturday's Test against New Zealand in Durban.
Matfield: Springboks not competing due to player departures
Former Springboks captain Victor Matfield insists South Africa must adopt similar structures to the All Blacks in order to compete at the top of world rugby.
Australia change two for Pumas Test
Australia coach Michael Cheika has made two changes ahead of Saturday's Test against Argentina at Twickenham with Lopeti Timani and Rory Arnold both starting.
Kaino returns as All Blacks prepare for record tilt
The All Blacks have made several changes for their Rugby Championship finale against the Springboks, where a win will see them equal the record for most number of consecutive victories.
Cheika to hand Timani starting debut
Lopeti Timani is set to make his Wallabies starting debut in Australia's Rugby Championship clash against Argentina after Michael Cheika backed the young forward to deliver at Twickenham.
Wallabies chasing confidence boost - Genia
Will Genia has revealed the Wallabies are suffering from a confidence crisis and believes it is the responsibility of Australia's backline to restore belief when they take on Argentina.
All Black Smith banned after toilet incident
The All Blacks will have a new halfback for their Rugby Championship clash with the Springboks after Aaron Smith was sent home from South Africa after an incident in an airport toilet.
Leguizamon: Twickenham match sign of Pumas' progress
Argentina could not even have dreamed about facing Australia at Twickenham in the Rugby Championship 10 years ago, according to Juan Manuel Leguizamon.
Lienert-Brown proves ABs right on rotation
Rookie All Blacks centre Anton Lienert-Brown was given an opportunity and he took it with both hands. Ben Smith might not fancy it, but there is little doubt rotation works -- Craig Dowd writes.
Vote: How long will All Blacks' run last?
The All Blacks are hunting a new mark for consecutive Test wins, starting with a record-equalling 17th victory in Durban this weekend. Will they get it, and how far can they go? Vote now.
Pumas No.8 Isa has Wallabies' attention
The Wallabies have identified power-running Argentine Facundo Isa as the man most likely to cause an upset at Twickenham this weekend, with Dean Mumm saying it'd be "silly not to target him".
Wallabies add Houston to squad ahead of Pumas
The Wallabies have added Leroy Houston to their squad ahead of Saturday's Rugby Championship clash against Argentina at Twickenham.
Wallabies hit by McMahon injury blow
The Wallabies are sweating on the fitness of Sean McMahon as coach Michael Cheika faces yet another back-row configuration for next weekend's Test against Argentina.
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