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Enever delighted after Wallabies debut

Wallabies bolter Blake Enever says he was overjoyed after making his debut for Australia at Twickenham.

Rebels continue Super Rugby signing spree

Melbourne Rebels have signed ex-Western Force playmaker Jono Lance and hooker Anaru Rangi for the 2018 Super Rugby season.

Jones delighted by England's Wallabies win    

England coach Eddie Jones said his side thoroughly deserved their contentious 30-6 win over the Wallabies at Twickenham.

Coleman and Hannigan out of spring tour    

Wallabies forwards Ned Hannigan and Adam Coleman will return home after being ruled out of the UK spring tour with injuries.

All Blacks hold on for win over Scotland    

History flashed before Scotland, then disappeared just as quickly as their audacious bid to topple the All Blacks fell painfully short, losing 22-17.

Cheika furious after controversial defeat    

Michael Cheika has reacted furiously to accusations he called the referee a cheat after a dispiriting 30-6 Test loss to England.

No Moore for retiring ex-Wallabies captain    

Stephen Moore has played under five different Test coaches and the former Wallabies captain is on the verge of ending his international playing career.

Coleman out, Enever in for England clash    

Blake Enever will make a shock Wallabies debut in the white-hot cauldron of Twickenham against England.

England's Jones upset by Wallabies claims    

Eddie Jones has defended young referee Ben O'Keeffe and accused Wallabies coach Michael Cheika of trying to influence the game through the media.

Wallabies ready for England onslaught    

Michael Cheika has warned the Wallabies to brace themselves for another England ambush against playmaking duo Bernard Foley and Will Genia.

McMahon ritual doesn't wash with teammates    

Wallabies back-rower Sean McMahon has revealed he sometimes needs up to three hot showers before a game to calm his nerves before battle.

RugbyWA goes into voluntary administration

RugbyWA says it doesn't have the money to pay for Rugby Australia's legal costs, as well as an old loan they received from the WA government

England v Australia at a glance

A snapshot of Australia's 30-6 defeat to England at Twickenham.

Flying winger Ioane told to stay grounded    

Young All Blacks winger Rieko Ioane is mixing with the biggest names of world rugby but insists he's humbled by all the attention.

Sonny Bill admits to rules blunder    

Sonny Bill Williams owns up for ignorance of rugby's rule book but reveals he was unfairly shown a yellow card in the Test win over France.

Tuipulotu to face judiciary for tackle    

All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu is cited for a tackle during the win over a French selection in Lyon.`

Jones itching to maintain Wallabies hold    

Eddie Jones has urged England's players to call on memories of four successive wins over the Wallabies at Twickenham on Saturday.

Coleman gets thumbs up to face England    

Wallabies lock Adam Coleman has been given the green light to face England after injuring his thumb against Wales last week.

All Blacks little changed for Scotland    

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made just one change to his Test side to meet Scotland, and that was forced by an injured to hooker Dane Coles.

Scotland team named to play All Blacks

An injury-hit Scotland team featuring just six players who have faced the All Blacks are named for Saturday's Test in Edinburgh.

Cheika opts against Hunt for England start    

Michael Cheika has resisted the temptation to start Karmichael Hunt in the centres for the Wallabies against England at Twickenham.

Wallabies profiting from defensive resolve    

After conceding eight five-pointers in this year's first Bledisloe Cup Test, the Wallabies are conceding an average of just two and a half tries a match since.

England coach Jones is 'spoilt'    

Wallabies assistant coach Stephen Larkham says England coach Eddie Jones has no excuses not to be successful given all the resources he has at his disposal.

Rebels add three ex-Force Super players

Three more ex-Western Force players - Matt Philip, Billy Meakes and Richard Hardwick - have joined the Melbourne Rebels for the Super Rugby season.

Senate hearing wants ASIC to look into ARU

A senate inquiry into the culling of the Force says the franchise's axing was a "foregone conclusion", and it wants ASIC to investigate RA's financial dealings.

Cheika keeps Jones second guessing    

Coach Michael Cheika is sweating on the fitness of forward enforcer Adam Coleman as the Wallabies chase a first win over England in five Tests.

Hansen irate at big screen intrusion    

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is once again waging a war on big screen replays following his team's narrow win over a French selection.

All Blacks win brutal midweek encounter    

The All Blacks absorb a fierce challenge from a French selection in Lyon before running out 28-23 winners.

No regrets for Wallabies winger Koroibete    

His native Fiji are fighting for a place in the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals, but Marika Koroibete is happy to be riding on the Wallabies wing instead.

Beale relishing his roving Wallabies role    

In-form Kurtley Beale says he's savouring playing at fullback for the Wallabies in the absence of Israel Folau.

Jones lavishes praise on in-form Beale    

Eddie Jones has hailed in-form Wallaby Kurtley Beale ahead of England's clash with Australia at Twickenham.

Midweek match has Test feel: Hansen    

Steve Hansen wants the blowtorch put on midweek All Blacks and believes he'll get that from the French selection.

Beale enjoys fun shot with Prince William

Kurtley Beale is planning to send Prince William a pair of budgy smugglers for Christmas after his Instagram post went viral.

Jones contrite after his F-bomb outburst    

Eddie Jones has apologised after being caught on camera swearing about his England players during their dour win over Argentina at Twickenham.

Wallabies' Coleman expects to face England    

Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman is confident he will shake off a thumb problem and be fit to play against England in Saturday's Test.

Polota-Nau relieved to finalise his future    

Wallabies hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau says he's relieved to have his future resolved after signing with English side Leicester.

SBW's moment of madness defended by Hansen

People should focus on Sonny Bill Williams' excellent form in Paris rather than one high-profile mistake, says All Blacks coach Steve Hansen.

Coles out of tour with knee injury    

All Blacks hooker Dane Coles will leave the northern hemisphere tour after suffering a knee injury in the win over France in Paris.

Top try-scoring teams in Test rugby

The All Blacks are the first team to reach the 2000-try milestone in Test rugby.

Crotty raises try-scoring milestone for NZ    

Ryan Crotty was surprised to discover he'd helped the All Blacks reach an international rugby landmark in their win over France.

All Blacks named for midweek clash

Luke Whitelock is skipper of a hugely inexperienced All Blacks team for their third tour match against a French XV.

Foul-mouthed Jones lashes England    

An angry Eddie Jones has demanded improvements from his England team ahead of their clash with the Wallabies at Twickenham.

Genia unfazed by England challenge    

Wallabies halfback Will Genia says Saturday's clash with England at Twickenham is nothing 'extra special'.

Cheika ready to silence English critics    

Michael Cheika says his Wallabies are relishing the chance to silence their critics in the English media.

SBW still shedding old habits: Hansen    

Steve Hansen hopes that's it now for Sonny Bill Williams' rugby league-related brain fades during All Blacks Test matches.

French coach slams slow start against NZ    

French coach Guy Noves can't explain his team's dire start against the All Blacks which he says cost his team a shot at victory in Paris.

Wales play down their Wallabies hoodoo    

Coach Warren Gatland has denied talk that Australia hold a psychological hold over his side after the Wallabies chalked up a 13th successive win against Wales.

All Blacks off their best in France win    

A brilliant first half was followed by a disjointed second but the All Blacks still did enough to comfortably beat France 38-18 in their rugby Test in Paris.

Wales v Australia in Cardiff at a glance

A look at the key players and moments that shaped the Wallabies' 29-21 win over Wales in Cardiff

Happy Cheika hails Wallabies character    

Australia have beaten Wales 29-21 at Cardiff's Principality Stadium to chalk up a 13th successive victory over their opponents.

Qld Country comes back to win NRC title    

Duncan Paia'aua played a starring role as Queensland Country scored a come-from-behind 42-28 win in Saturday's NRC grand final against Canberra.

French Baabaas down poor Maori ABs

An uncharacteristically poor Maori All Blacks have lost 19-15 to the French Barbarians in Saturday's clash (NZT) in Bordeaux.

Wallabies aim for lucky 13 against Wales    

Australia will put a nine-year unbeaten record on the line when they take on Wales under the roof at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.

Transition plan for Super Rugby coming    

Rugby Australia is working on a transition plan for the 2018 Super Rugby season.

NRC a test case for Reds' coach Brad Thorn    

Brad Thorn admits Queensland Country had become accustomed to life as 'losers' before attacking the NRC season with renewed vigour.

Fit-again Genia ready for Wallabies action    

Wallabies halfback Will Genia says he is fit and firing after recovering from a calf injury that ruled him out of last week's win over Japan.

Wallabies great Lynagh joins team Twiggy    

Former Wallabies skipper Michael Lynagh will meet with World Rugby officials in London this week to promote the new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship.

Wales v Australia - a closer look

A look at the Wallabies' first match of the UK leg of their spring tour against Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Cheika prepared for tough Welsh challenge    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is ready for a desperate Wales side as Warren Gatland's men aim to end a run of 12 successive defeats to Australia.

Kerevi sees off Hunt for Wallabies spot    

Samu Kerevi has kept his place in the Wallabies team to face Wales with Will Genia and Bernard Foley returning after missing last week's win over Japan.

Wallabies skills coach hails Hodge    

Wallabies skills coach Mick Byrne believes Reece Hodge has the rugby world at his feet, although he's not yet sure what the 23-year-old's best position is.

Fifita All Black start, Kaino heads home    

Jerome Kaino's luckless All Blacks season is over, helping clear the way for Vaea Fifita to start the Test against France in Paris.

Wallabies target rare Spring Tour sweep

The Wallabies have arrived in the UK attempting to secure their first Spring Tour clean sweep in more than 20 years.

France's best undergo NZ rugby examination    

Three matches in five days against the best players from New Zealand has got busy French rugby coach Guy Noves buzzing.

Wallabies to target rookie Welsh centre    

Tevita Kuridrani has warned Wales the Wallabies will target rookie centre Owen Williams in their Test match on the weekend.

Brisbane loss still stings for All Blacks    

The All Blacks want to prove they've learned lessons from their sub-par loss to the Wallabies last month when they face France in Paris.

Coleman relishing battle with Wales' Jones    

Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman is looking forward to taking on Wales skipper and British and Irish veteran lock Alun Wyn Jones on Saturday.

McCalman still undecided about his future    

Wallabies forward Ben McCalman says he's still undecided about where he'll play rugby next year but he's relishing his return to the Test fold.

Biggest ever squad a bonus: All Blacks    

Bigger is better, most of the time, say the All Blacks of their record-sized 43 man tour squad.

Genia set to win Wallabies fitness fight    

Wallabies playmaker Will Genia is set to return at halfback for Australia against Wales on Saturday after recovering from a calf injury.

All Blacks ignoring French injury woes

The All Blacks aren't taking much notice of a crippling injury toll in the French ranks ahead of Saturday's Test in Paris.

All Blacks injury concerns escalating    

Rieko Ioane and Jerome Kaino remain doubtful to face France while Liam Squire and uncapped prop Tim Perry join them in the All Blacks' medical ward.

Sio not expecting any scrum collaborations    

Scott Sio says there's no chance of the Wallabies and New Zealand ever emulating England and Wales and collaborating for an opposed scrum session.

Wales coach Edwards hails Wallabies backs    

Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards claims the Wallabies are the best attacking team in world rugby.

All Blacks hoping rest theory works    

The five senior All Blacks who joined the tour of Europe a week late are banking on it gifting them an extra edge against France in Paris.

France suffer double injury blow

Two more injuries hit France less than a week out from their Test against the All Blacks in Paris.

Kerevi hoping for more Wallabies action    

Wallabies Samu Kerevi and Curtis Rona have caught Michael Cheika's eye against Japan with the coach facing some selection headaches ahead of the Wales Test.

Aussie men win Silicon Valley 7s

Australia have rallied from 12-0 down to beat USA 15-12 and claim the Silicon Valley 7s title in San Jose.

World Cup door may still open for McMahon    

Wallabies back-rower Sean McMahon may be saying sayonara to Australian rugby but hasn't ruled out a return in time for the 2019 World Cup.

Mumps level Ioane; Kaino also in doubt    

Rieko Ioane and Jerome Kaino could be non-starters for the All Blacks against France for health reasons.

All Blacks giving teams a sniff: Deans    

The All Blacks aren't at their dominant best this year says Robbie Deans but he reckons they have plenty of upside.

Wallabies' Beale knows anguish of Wales    

Wallabies veteran Kurtley Beale knows all about the long-suffering Welsh tasting a similar story of defeat at the hands of the All Blacks.

New IPRC to run alongside Super Rugby comp    

The new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship will now launch in 2019 instead of next year, but its founder Andrew Forrest is happy Rugby Australia is on board.

Hodge happy for Wallabies playmaker outing    

Reece Hodge says he'll be better for the experience of steering the Wallabies from five-eighth in their big Test win over Japan.

Wallabies ready after Welsh and Poms unite

The Wallabies are on guard for a Welsh onslaught after they pooled a training session with England in a united bid to bring down the southern hemisphere sides.

Wallabies concede defence needs work    

The Wallabies were happy to run in nine tries in their 63-30 win over Japan but say they can't be satisfied conceding so many points.

Wallabies open spring tour with Japan romp    

The Wallabies have turned on a try-scoring masterclass against Japan, running in nine tries in their 63-30 win in Yokohoma to open their spring tour.

Written warning for All Blacks' Smith    

Aaron Smith has received a formal written warning from NZ Rugby after an independent investigation into his Christchurch airport "toilet tryst".

Wallabies feel changes could be a blessing    

Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper feels that giving Reece Hodge a start at five-eighth against Japan can only benefit the team building into the World Cup.

Wallabies want to maintain high standard    

The Wallabies are intent on keeping their high standards in their Test against Japan, who they are expected to dominate.

Japan to target Wallabies playmaker Hodge    

Japan plan to apply the blow-torch to Wallabies playmaker Reece Hodge, who is playing his first Test match at five-eighth after illness ruled out Bernard Foley.

No Super future for Wallabies' Polota-Nau    

Wallabies rake Tatafu Polota-Nau is resigned to continuing his career overseas after failing to win a Super Rugby deal.

Rebels sign Haylett-Petty brothers    

The Melbourne Rebels have continued their Super Rugby signing spree by securing the Haylett-Petty brothers, Dane and Ross, for the next two seasons.

Four Nations draw memories boost Scots    

A new-look Scotland rugby league team will be looking to rediscover the form which grabbed them a shock 18-18 draw against the Kiwis last year.

Baabaas provide All Blacks Test trial

It's not just the All Blacks newcomers who will be playing for future selection when they face the Barbarians at Twickenham.

All Blacks long-term schedule cemented    

The All Blacks have signed off on their schedule through to 2030 but the identity of opponents is staying under lock and key.

Savea siblings braced for Twickenham clash    

Ardie Savea senses older brother Julian will make life hazardous for the All Blacks when they face the Barbarians at Twickenham.

NZ-heavy Baabaas team to face All Blacks    

Former Crusaders halves pairing Andy Ellis and Richie Mo'unga will lead a Barbarians side laced with New Zealanders against the All Blacks at Twickenham.

Crippling years in NRL a blessing: Duffie    

A hellish run with injuries at the Melbourne Storm has left Matt Duffie a slower but better player, the new All Black reckons.

Wallabies' Philip swaps Canberra for Japan    

Young lock Matt Philip had been preparing to play for the Perth Spirit in the NRC in Canberra but instead is set to make his Wallabies Test debut against Japan.

Japan gamble with rookie lock against Aust    

Japan have included debutant lock Kazuki Himeno in their line-up as they bid for their first ever win over Australia in their Test match on Saturday.

Wallabies to take on Fiji in RWC opener    

The Wallabies will open their 2019 Rugby World Cup bid at Sapporo in Japan's north before shifting their base to Tokyo.

Barrett captains raw All Blacks in opener    

Beauden Barrett is captain of an All Blacks team dominated by rookie personnel to face the Barbarians at Twickenham.

'Clubs to blame' for NZ-packed Barbarians    

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says northern-hemisphere clubs should support the Barbarians' concept for the well being of rugby.

Illness and injury force Wallabies changes    

Reece Hodge will play in the Wallabies' No.10 jersey for the first time after illness forced regular five-eighth Bernard Foley out of their Test against Japan.

Wallabies eyeing revenge against England    

Wallabies captain Michael Hooper admits he still burns from last year's series loss against Eddie Jones' England side as they eye spring tour revenge.

Blues confirm Carlos Spencer to play Tens    

Blues legend Carlos Spencer has been confirmed as a squad member for the Auckland-based Super Rugby franchise at February's Brisbane Global Rugby Tens.

Carlos Spencer, 42, to play Brisbane 10s    

Ex-All Blacks star Carlos Spencer is to play at the Brisbane Global 10s for the Blues at age 42.

Holland to make long-awaited Sevens return    

Lewis Holland is set to play in his first rugby seven's tournament since the Rio Olympics, with the Australian captain having recovered from injury.

Wallabies hope Japan Test gives RWC19 lift

The Wallabies hope to gain a World Cup advantage with their Test against Japan at Yokohama Stadium, which will host the 2019 tournament decider.

Waratahs coach ready to 'poke the bear'    

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has been given wider scope and responsibility to revive his side's fortunes following a disappointing 2017 Super Rugby campaign.

Wallabies unsure on Folau replacment    

The Wallabies are yet to decide on who will replace rested fullback Israel Folau for their historic Test clash with Japan on Saturday.

Reece Hodge ready for Wallabies No.10 role    

Game-breaking utility Reece Hodge is embracing the prospect of needing to fill in for Bernard Foley if the Wallabies' playmaker is injured on the spring tour.