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3dAAP

Leali'ifano signs with Moana Pasifika

Former Wallabies back Christian Leali'ifano is one of the first players to sign with new Super Rugby Pacific side Moana Pasifika.

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3dBrittany Mitchell

Perese reflects on journey from rock bottom to Wallabies

Four years after he last went on the Wallabies Spring Tour, Izaia Perese has reflected on his long, winding journey back to the Wallabies fold as he looks to finally earn his first cap for Australia.

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9dSam Bruce

Wallabies include Skelton, Perese for spring tour

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has confirmed the worst kept secret in Australian rugby, naming Will Skelton, Rory Arnold and Tolu Latu for the team's spring tour of the United Kingdom.

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12dReuters

No Barbarians for me, says Australia's Cooper

Australia flyhalf Quade Cooper has denied agreeing to play for the Barbarians against Samoa in London in late November despite the prestigious invitational British club announcing his selection.

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14dBrittany Mitchell

Rennie sweating on Kerevi fitness ahead of tour

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has been left sweating the fitness of star centre Samu Kerevi after the 28-year-old hobbled off the field in the Wallabies 32-17 win over Argentina on Saturday night.

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14dBrittany Mitchell

Wallabies put UK on notice, but let old habits creep back in

Winning their fourth straight Rugby Championship match for the first time in their history, the Wallabies have put their end-of-year Tour opponents on notice, but sloppy periods showed there's still plenty for this developing pack to learn.

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12dAAP

Kellaway stars as Wallabies beat Argentina

An Andrew Kellaway hat-trick has him within reach of Wallabies history after a 32-17 defeat of Argentina gave them four-straight Rugby Championship Test wins for the first time.

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16dESPN staff

McMahon to make Wallabies return off bench

Sean McMahon will make his long-awaited return to the Test arena with confirmation he will be named among the Wallabies replacements for their closing Rugby Championship clash with Argentina.

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Petaia eyes fullback but Test start looms on wing

While he's been earmarked as a long-term fullback option at Test level, Jordan Petaia is set to take advantage of the absence of star Wallabies winger Marika Koroibete.

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22dAAP

Kerevi powers Wallabies' winning streak

Australia have notched three-straight wins for the first time since 2017, beating a plucky Argentina 27-8 as James O'Connor made a successful Test return in Townsville.

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24dSam Bruce

Rennie, Foster surprised by World Rugby contact plan

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie and All Blacks counterpart Ian Foster both say they were unaware of World Rugby's move to place a limit on the amount of full contact players are involved in at training.

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24dSam Bruce

Hodge, Leota earn Wallabies starts vs. Pumas

The Wallabies have named Reece Hodge to fill the gap left by injured Tom Banks, as the Wallabies turn their attention to Argentina this Saturday.

25dESPN Staff

Waratahs enter player exchange with MLR club

The NSW Waratahs have entered a historic commercial partnership with Major League Rugby franchise the San Diego Legion in a bid to develop growth and alignment between Australian and American rugby and help curb player drain.

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27dSam Bruce

Wallabies' McMahon: 'Japan's done wonders for me'

Sean McMahon isn't sure just how Rugby Australia should tweak its Giteau Law, but nearing a first Test in four years he says his time in Japan has helped extend his career after a brutal start to professional rugby.

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29dBrittany Mitchell

Fierce, resilient: Wallabies have fans dreaming again

Level-headed, fierce and resilient, three words that could easily be inscribed in stone beside Michael Hooper's name, his teammates lifted to his level and had fans dreaming again as they defeated the Springboks 30-17 in Brisbane.

2021 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    Tries Scored 1st New Zealand : 28 Tries Scored
    NZL1st
    19
    28
  • AUS3rd
    Points Difference 1st New Zealand : 114 Points Difference
    NZL1st
    -3
    114