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Highveld holds few fears for Beale, Wallabies

The old-school fitness camp the Wallabies suffered through is set to pay huge dividends as they return to Bloemfontein, the scene of Kurtley Beale's match-winning penalty from 2010.

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4dESPN Staff

Super Rugby brings back local derbies

Local derbies are back on the agenda in Super Rugby in 2018 after SANZAAR unveiled its draw for the revised 15-team competition.

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Senators grill ARU boss Pulver over Force axing

Melbourne Rebels received up to double the funding of Western Force in the years leading up to the latter's axing from the Super Rugby competition, a Senate hearing has heard.

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Cheika forecasts changes to Wallabies

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has forecast changes to his back-row despite the team notching its first win of the Rugby Championship.

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8dGreg Growden

Unbeaten tour a must for Wallabies - Growden

The Wallabies at last remembered how to win a Test match, overpowering the Pumas in their best 40 minutes of rugby this season. But it will count for nothing unless Australia reproduce the same level of quality on tour -- Greg Growden writes.

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Folau stars as Wallabies down Pumas

The Wallabies have cracked their first win of the Rugby Championship, coming from behind to topple Argentina 45-20 on Saturday.

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10dAAP

Forrest's comp needs ARU endorsement

Billionaire mining magnate Andrew Forrest wants his new competition to bring in the biggest names of rugby around the world, but without Australian Rugby Union endorsement, many Australian stars may shun the competition.

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11dESPN Staff

Wallabies recall Rob Simmons to face Pumas

Rugby league convert Marika Koroibete is in line to become Wallaby 913, and Australia's 10th Test debutant of 2017, after being named among the replacements to face Argentina in Canberra.

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Ben Daley jumps Force ship for Rebels

Former Wallaby Ben Daley has become the first player to leave the Western Force since their Super Rugby axing, signing with Melbourne.

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12dSam Bruce

Chilly Canberra could get ice cold for Wallabies

Australia host Argentina in Canberra, the teams pondering what might have been having each blown a winning position last week. The Wallabies at least got a draw in Perth, but the Pumas perhaps played better against New Zealand. Full preview here!

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Forrest launches Indo Pacific Rugby comp

Mining magnate Andrew Forrest is in negotiations with the ARU to ensure players who compete in his competition will also be eligible to play Super Rugby and represent the Wallabies.

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12dGreg Growden

Growden's early rugby Christmas wish list

If it is going to take until December to wheel out a new ARU chief, then we might as well get in our Christmas gift suggestions early, as oodles of time is clearly required for anything to be achieved or secured at St Leonards -- Greg Growden writes.

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Wallabies Kuridrani commits to Brumbies

Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani will remain in Australia until at least the 2019 Rugby World Cup after re-signing with the Brumbies.

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Wessels to weigh up Twiggy's comp, Rebels move

Western Force coach Dave Wessels says he won't make a decision on his future until hearing more details about Andrew Forrest's breakaway rugby competition.

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Douglas out, Lukhan Tui in for Wallabies

Rory Arnold admits he is wary of Australia's next generation of second-rowers after coach Michael Cheika dumped Kane Douglas from his squad for Saturday's Test against Argentina to make way for another young gun.

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15dGreg Growden

Fifita announces ABs arrival as Wallabies long for Pocock

On Saturday, we witnessed the arrival of yet another extraordinary All Blacks back-rower. Meanwhile, Australian fans were left dreaming about the return of their own back-row hero -- Greg Growden writes.

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Wallabies cough up lead in draw with SA

The Sea of Blue turned out in their droves as the Wallabies fought out an enthralling 23-23 draw with South Africa in Saturday night's Rugby Championship Test in Perth.

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18dAAP

DHP's season over; Wallabies change four

Dane Haylett-Petty's miserable week has taken another turn for the worse after the Wallabies winger was ruled out for the rest of the year with a biceps injury.

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18dSam Bruce

Resurgent Springboks a real challenge for Wallabies

Australia's Test with South Africa is full of intrigue, both on and off the field. Rugby in Western Australia has endured a torrid week, and so too could the Wallabies if they again front with a leaky defence and shaky scrum. Full preview here!

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18dSam Bruce and John Goliath

How are Rugby Championship teams faring?

The Rugby Championship resumes this weekend with the All Blacks and Springboks looking to continue their unbeaten start to the tournament. But how are they, and the Wallabies and Pumas, really travelling?

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18dESPN Staff

Player banned 10 years for referee shove

Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union have banned Mailtand player Mark Meafua for 10 years after he pleaded guilty to shoving a referee last weekend during his team's grand final.

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ARU to face Senate inquiry for axing Force

A Senate committee will inquire into the future of rugby union in Australia, a day after the ARU's victory in its fight to axe the Western Force from Super Rugby.

2015 RankingsRugby World Cup

  • AUS4th
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 25 Tries Scored
    NZ1st
    17
    25
  • AUS4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 125 Points Difference
    NZ1st
    106
    125