Record shot not enough to keep Izzy playing
Israel Folau was in with a real chance of breaking the Test try-scoring record for a single season, but the Wallabies fullback is more than happy taking a well-earned break instead.
Mills congratulates 'inspirational' Wallabies
The NBA star, the son of a Torres Strait Islander father and an Aboriginal mother, tells ESPN the Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane "was a pretty historical night to see the recognition of indigenous people in Australia on the sporting field".
Folau to sit out end-of-year Tests
Australia head coach Michael Cheika has confirmed Israel Folau will not play for his country again this year after Saturday's clash with the Barbarians.
Wallabies deserve 'thunderous applause' - Growden
It may have been an under-strength All Blacks side but where the Wallabies have previously missed the opportunity to nail a Bledisloe win, they finally seized the moment and made their trans-Tasman rivals pay -- Greg Growden writes.
Generation-next could be Cheika's Wallabies 'workers'
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he wants to build a squad of "workers". On Saturday night in Brisbane, youngsters Jack Dempsey, Reece Hodge and Lukhan Tui did just that.
Hodge the hero vs. ill-disciplined All Blacks
It doesn't happen often, such is their professionalism, but New Zealand's determination to niggle the Wallabies off the ball was as much to blame for their Bledisloe defeat as the mammoth boot of Australia's Reece Hodge.
Wallabies snap Bledisloe losing streak
The Wallabies have finally snapped their Bledisloe Cup losing streak, toppling the All Blacks 23-18 in a thriller at a rain-drenched Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Australian Stockman: A rugby story changing lives
Australian rugby has been short on positive stories in 2017. But they are out there, and there is no better example than the Australian Stockman Rugby Union.
Wallabies lacking 'mental toughness' needed to outlast All Blacks
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is fitting the World Cup "jigsaw pieces" together nicely but his side still lacks the mental toughness needed to avoid a second straight Bledisloe Cup whitewash, according to a Wallabies legend.
Test rugby's walking wounded
With the November internationals nearing, the biggest concern for the major nations is the growing size of their injury lists -- will key players be fit for the end-of-year tours?
Thorn wants Wallabies to win Bledisloe III
Brad Thorn's Bledisloe Cup allegiances have shifted, with the All Blacks great declaring his support for the Wallabies in Saturday's Test at Suncorp Stadium.
Wallabies recall Rob Simmons for Bledisloe
Michael Cheika has made one forced change to the Wallabies' starting XV to face New Zealand in the third Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane.
Sopoaga replaces Barrett for Australia clash
Lima Sopoaga has been confirmed at fly-half as New Zealand named a squad featuring four changes for Saturday's trip to face Australia.
Wallabies confirm Ireland for three-Test series
The Wallabies will host world No.4-ranked Ireland next June in a three-Test series, the Australian Rugby Union has confirmed.
Cheika's 'united' Wallabies a tough Test - Dowd
The Wallabies came ever so close to upsetting the All Blacks in Dunedin and they're better placed to end a long run of Bledisloe defeats in Brisbane this weekend, Craig Dowd writes.
Cheika must find Foley back-up - Growden
If anything untoward happens to Bernard Foley, Australian Rugby will find themselves floundering. That's why Wallabies coach Michael Cheika must start the search for a proper backup -- Greg Growden writes.
Hansen wary of well-stocked Wallabies
The All Blacks coach believes fit-again Karmichael Hunt's push for a return is evidence of the Wallabies' improved depth, agreeing that New Zealand had built better depth than most of their rivals in recent years.
Gatland: I'll never coach the Lions again
After two impressive tours with the British & Irish Lions, Warren Gatland says he will not take up the job again.
Has Australia's 60-cap policy been a success?
Wales announced Monday that they will follow the Australian model and select overseas based players so long as they have played 60 Tests. Sam Bruce assesses whether it has been a success for the Wallabies.
Beale akin to Ella - Alan Jones
Kurtley Beale has been regarded as Australian rugby's great hope since he was a schoolboy, but never has he had the opportunity that presents itself against the All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium this week.
Hunt and Korczyk back in Wallabies mix
Karmichael Hunt and Adam Korczyk have earned Wallabies recalls while coach Michael Cheika has named three fresh development players ahead of next weekend's third Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane.
Cooper in the mix for spring tour: Cheika
There will be plenty of fringe Wallabies desperate to impress in the annual Barbarians fixture, but not all of them will be wearing green and gold.
Potgieter, Moala named in Jones' Baa-Baas squad
Former Waratahs back-rower Jacques Potgieter will return to Sydney to battle the Wallabies, the South African joining George Moala and Brumbies captain Sam Carter in Alan Jones' squad.
Hodgson set for Baa-Baas in Jones' Force homage
Retired Western Force skipper Matt Hodgson will join Quade Cooper in Alan Jones' Barbarians squad to face the Wallabies in Sydney, a match the Grand Slam winner hopes will pay homage to players from the dumped Super Rugby franchise.
Forrest called ARU's bluff on cash injection
The Australian Rugby Union's rejection of billionaire Andrew Forrest's $50 million offer to save the Western Force was a backflip that came weeks after it told him such a figure would save the club, a Senate inquiry has heard.
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