Wales tee up All Blacks in four-Test schedule
Wales have confirmed their four-Test autumn programme which will see them face the Springboks, All Blacks and Wallabies.
Aussie women finish third at Japan leg
Australia's defence of the women's world rugby sevens series title took another hit when they were hammered 33-0 by Canada in the semi-finals of the Japan event on Sunday.
Force prove stiff competition, but Chiefs too good
The Force provided stiff opposition but ultimately came up short as the powerful Chiefs did enough to win their Super Rugby clash by nine points.
Tahs stumble to horror loss
The Waratahs have suffered one of their worst defeats, falling to the hands of the struggling Southern Kings 26-24 at home.
Canes come from behind to crush Brumbies
The Hurricanes pilled on 42 unanswered points in the second half, to come back from a seven point deficit and hammer the Brumbies 56-21.
Sale dismiss O'Connor and De Klerk rumours
Sale chief Steve Diamond has shut down reports linking the club with James O'Connor and Faf de Klerk.
Drew Mitchell calls time on career
Former Wallabies wing Drew Mitchell has announced this season will be the end of his 71-Test career.
Rebels with a cause provide pause for thought
It was a classic 'up yours' moment, as the Melbourne Rebels decided to be rugby's version of Peter Finch in Network when he shouted: "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not gonna take this anymore."
Rebels slam Australian Rugby Union
The Melbourne Rebels broken their silence on the decision by Sanzaar and Australian Rugby Union (ARU) to "cut or chop" an Australian Super Rugby team as they look for compensation from the ARU.
Moore on notice as Wallabies hooker, captain
Michael Cheika is backing veteran Wallabies captain Stephen Moore to find his mojo in time for the 2017 Test season as competition comes from Tolu Latu and Tatafu Polota-Nau at hooker.
Why the ARU could use a guy like Matt Hodgson
The ARU board could use a guy like Matt Hodgson. He is involved in rugby for the right reasons and doesn't deserve the poor treatment he and other players are getting -- Greg Growden writes.
How 1977/78 Schoolboys rejuvenated Aussie rugby
Amidst the gloom that is currently Australian Rugby the 40th anniversary of the 1977-78 Australian schoolboys was a chance to reminisce about a rugby side the likes we'll never see again.
Dowd: Australia's great rugby minds going to waste
Alan Jones' comments about Australian rugby and its current failings were right on the money. There are many other great thinkers the ARU would be wise to consider, too -- Craig Dowd writes.
Force halfback ruled out for season
Western Force halfback Ryan Louwrens' hopes of earning a Wallabies debut this year have been ruined by a season-ending knee injury.
Why Canes can miss tackles, and Tahs can't
Super Rugby threw up four trans-Tasman clashes in Round 6. As expected, they were all won comfortably by their New Zealand combatants.
Betoota's Aussie rugby gag increasingly more credible
Satirical newspaper 'The Betoota Advocate' hit the nail on the head when they wrote the ARU should cull Australian sides to just the 'Sydney Sausages', Greg Growden writes.
Foley denies return led to concussion setback
NSW Waratahs playmaker Bernard Foley says a relapse of his post-concussion symptoms had nothing to do with his Super Rugby return last week.
'Desperate' Tahs huge challenge for Crusaders
Scott Robertson thinks outside the box, but his approach is reaping rewards with the undefeated Crusaders.
Enough resets, let's play on from a collapsed scrum
Scrummaging remains an integral part of rugby but when we get reset after reset, the referee must, providing the ball is serviceable, allow the game to play on - Craig Dowd writes
Growden: Time for Australia to abandon SANZAAR
The SANZAAR alliance was once the envy of the rugby world but it is no longer serving its purpose and Australia must severe ties before it's too late -- Greg Growden writes.
Kimlin reinstated to Grenoble
Australian Peter Kimlin and five teammates stood down during police investigations into a rape allegation have been reinstated by their French rugby club Grenoble.
Foley suffers returning concussion symptoms
NSW Waratahs flyhalf Bernard Foley is in doubt for Sunday's clash with the Crusaders in Sydney, with his concussion symptoms returning following the side's win over the Rebels last weekend.
Western Force set up to fail: chairman
Western Force chairman Tony Howarth says the club's efforts to succeed have been undermined by Australian rugby powers.
ARU reaffirms position amid Force axe report
The ARU has clarified its position on the future of Super Rugby amid reports the Western Force could be cut, saying no decision has been taken on the removal of one of Australia's franchises.
Resolute Foley welcome relief from Aussie struggles
While the ARU continues its embarrassing approach to leadership by remaining mute on crucial Super Rugby matters, thankfully one of their most important Test players reappeared in solid fashion.
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