England's injury crisis deepens with Mako Vunipola blow
England's injury crisis showed no signs of slowing down with Mako Vunipola ruled out of the autumn internationals.
Injured Robshaw out of England's autumn Tests
Chris Robshaw has been ruled out of England's upcoming autumn internationals with a knee injury.
England youth Skinner in Scotland Test squad
Scotland have named former England youth international Sam Skinner in a 40-man squad for their upcoming autumn international fixtures.
Foley re-signs, but only through 2019
Wallabies playmaker Bernard Foley has signed a new contract but only to the end of next year's Rugby World Cup.
Wallabies take Indigenous jersey to Twickenham
The Wallabies will don an Indigenous playing strip for a second time when they face England in the last of their end-of-year internationals next month.
AOC boss sees bright future for Olympic sevens
Rugby sevens has scope to become one of the premier Olympic events over the next decade with a prominent IOC official heralding the extraordinary growth of the women's game in particular.
Scans confirm Robertson ruptured ACL
Wallabies prop Tom Robertson faces a race against time to be fit for next year's Rugby World Cup after scans confirmed he would need surgery on his knee to repair a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
Team of the Tournament: All Blacks, Springboks star
There were some magnificent individual performances in the Rugby Championship. But who were the guys who were consistently good throughout the competition? Read on for our Team of the Tournament.
All Blacks still Cup kings, but gap has closed
Australia may have disappointed during the Rugby Championship but the performance of South Africa, despite throwing the game away in Pretoria, shows the All Blacks aren't World Cup certainties -- Craig Dowd writes.
Wallabies must learn from Salta: Cheika
Michael Cheika has declared it's up to Wallabies players, not him, to ensure their miracle win over Argentina proves a defining moment in their evolution and not just another false dawn.
Rebooted: ABs, Wallabies pull off great escape
The Wallabies went from a team of flops to superstars in the span of a 10 minute bollocking from coach Michael Cheika, while the All Blacks managed their own escape act in South Africa. Your R6 review is here.
Victory not enough for Cheika
A half-time shellacking from coach Michael Cheika turned around one of the most remarkable rugby internationals in history on Saturday but the Australians will need more than words if they are to improve on a disappointing Rugby Championship.
RA can't allow comeback win to camouflage frailties
Rugby Australia must not let the Wallabies' Keystone Cops-esque win in Argentina camouflage glaring frailties within the outfit. Nor can the team or management be allowed to get away with any 'we showed the critics' carry-on -- Greg Growden writes.
Wallabies produce 24-point comeback win
The Wallabies have produced a huge second-half comeback to beat Argentina 45-34 and potentially save coach Michael Cheika's skin.
TRC Review: Springboks closing gap, Wallabies wobbling
The All Blacks cemented their place at the top of the Rugby Championship with emphatic displays. However, South Africa -- and even Argentina -- showed that the world is catching up, while the Wallabies floundered. Read on for our tournament review.
Wallabies rocked by Robertson injury blow
Wallabies prop Tom Robertson's World Cup hopes are in jeopardy after suffering a potentially serious knee injury in Argentina.
Foley recalled for crunch Test
Bernard Foley's three-week benching has given the Wallabies five-eighth a much-needed opportunity to refresh his body and mind, according to coach Michael Cheika.
All Blacks welcome back Read
The All Blacks have welcomed back captain Kieran read and experienced prop owen Franks to their starting line-up for their final Rugby Championship clash as they look to avenge their Wellington loss to the Springboks.
World Rugby announce new TMO trial
Following the controversial impact of the TMO throughout Super Rugby and the June Test series, World Rugby have announced a new closed trial throughout the November Tests series that will see a revised scope the TMO can play in a match.
We owe the coaches one: Coleman
Wallabies coaches are copping the brunt, but it's the players who need to take ownership of the team's dire predicament, according to second-rower Adam Coleman.
R6: Wallabies battle to avoid wooden spoon
New Zealand have already claimed the Rugby Championship title for a third straight year, but there's still plenty to play for across the weekend.
Wallabies welcome 'Folau law' aerial tweak
Wallabies fullback Dane Haylett-Petty has welcomed a move from rugby's lawmakers to start punishing lifters who don't bring down their teammates safely from aerial contests.
Rebooted: Cut-outs a sign of bigger Wallaby problem
The Wallabies' attack is all wrong, but the Springboks' rush defence so right. Meanwhile in Buenos Aires, the All Blacks combined experience and opportunity to deny an overly-excitable Argentina. Your R5 review is here.
Tireless Pocock urges Wallabies to see 'positives'
They're on the brink of setting more unwanted records but David Pocock has urged his Wallabies teammates to look beyond the black and white to ensure they take something away from another loss in South Africa.
Cheika's 'Muddle-Headed Wombats' continue to astound
Under Michael Cheika's withering command, the Wallabies have become a dumb outfit. From inexplicable team selections to bewildering on-field decisions, they are in need of a complete rebrand -- Greg Growden writes.
Wallabies lack patience in Springboks' defeat
Four takeaways from the Springboks' win over the Wallabies at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth.
All Blacks beat Pumas to clinch Rugby Championship silverware
The All Blacks have overcome another staunch Pumas challenge to win 35-17 in Buenos Aires and clinch the Rugby Championship with a round to spare.
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