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12hSam Mulligan

Tahs fancied to score dominant win

Sam Mulligan from TAB.com.au believes the Reds and Waratahs should feature prominently in your Super Rugby staking plan this weekend.

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1dSam Bruce and John Goliath

Super Rugby W2W4: Genia to suit up against Reds

The Australian and New Zealand Super Rugby teams take the field for the first time after the competition kicked off last week. We tell you what to watch for in Round 2.

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2dSam Bruce

Hodgson's new mission to keep rugby relevant in WA

Bitterness. Betrayal. Disgust. They're emotions you wouldn't dare begrudge Matt Hodgson. But if you think he's given up on rugby in Western Australia then think again, the club great is in for the long haul.

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Tahs Beale ready to pick his big moments

Wallabies star Kurtley Beale says he'll be more selective in attempting trademark big plays as he begins his third Super Rugby stint with the NSW Waratahs.

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Genia fit for opening clash with Reds

Will Genia has recovered from a back injury and will make his Melbourne Rebels debut against his old club Queensland in their opening Super Rugby clash.

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Hunt to continue stint on sidelines

Karmichael Hunt has dodged a conviction for drug possession but will remain out of action for the Wallabies and Queensland Reds as Rugby Australia (RA) continue to investigate.

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4dSam Bruce

Super Rugby: Aussie conference preview

Super Rugby us is up and running for 2018 with play commencing in the South African conference over the weekend. The Australian franchises begin their seasons from Friday, so what can we expect?

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8dSam Bruce

Super Rugby scouting report: Australian conference

Will Genia, Kurtley Beale and David Pocock headline the big-name Super Rugby recruits for the Australian conference, but who else is poised to make an impact? Check out all the ins and outs here!

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9dPA Sport

Wallabies wing Naiyaravoro signs for Saints

The winger, who tops 125kg, will leave Super Rugby team New South Wales Waratahs later this year, and will arrive at Saints in time to play alongside former Tahs teammate Rob Horne for the 2018-19 Aviva Premiership campaign.

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11dGreg Growden

Sir Nicholas Shehadie was a giant of world rugby

Greg Growden pays tribute to a man known as 'Nick' who's role in launching the Rugby World Cup should never be forgotten.

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Reds sign Toua as cover for Hunt

Planning for life after Karmichael Hunt has continued for the Queensland Reds with the signing of Aidan Toua from the ACT Brumbies.

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14dBrittany Mitchell

Hooper open to reduced workload

The Waratahs and Wallabies captain is known as an 80-minute man, but he sees the "sense in managing the work load" of players to prolong their career.

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Cheika reaches out to Hunt, Cooper

Wallabies' coach Michael Cheika wants to help beleaguered Queensland Reds stars Karmichael Hunt and Quade Cooper.

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14dGreg Growden

Bledisloe Cup only marker for Australia

After years of nonsense from the previous Rugby Australia boss about sevens football being the jewel in the crown, Raelene Castle has provided some sanity by explaining that winning Wallabies teams are the best way to revive the code.

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Twiggy determined to launch Indo-Pacific comp

Billionaire mining magnate Andrew Forrest insists he will go ahead with his Indo Pacific Rugby Championship even if Rugby Australia don't approve it.

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23dESPN staff

Yokohama confirmed as venue for Bledisloe III

The Bledisloe Cup is headed back to Japan with New Zealand Rugby confirming this year's third game will be played at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, the venue for the 2019 Rugby World Cup final.

2017 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 35 Tries Scored
  • AUS2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 127 Points Difference