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Sports - Rugby Union

Aussie men want to be triple sevens threat

The Australian Men's Sevens team has grand ambitions this season, despite not winning a title since 2012.

Altitude worries all in our heads: Cheika    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says the challenge of playing at high altitude in South Africa is more mental than physical.

NRC 2017 Round 4: NSW Country vs. Vikings

The New South Wales Country Eagles left it until the last kick of the match to down the Vikings in Armidale today. The teams traded blows throughout the match and the 83rd minute try to the Eagles set up the kick to win.

All Blacks call up Beauden Barrett    

Beauden Barrett will travel to Argentina with the All Blacks after taking the place of expectant father Lima Sopoaga.

Force's Cowan shares mental health fears    

Western Force foundation player Pek Cowan has shed light on the worrying impact the club's Super Rugby axing has had on the playing group.

Korczyk out of Wallabies' squad for tour    

The Wallabies' squad will leave for South Africa minus Queensland flanker Adam Korczyk for their next round of Rugby Championship matches.

RWC bosses say Japan has work to do    

The director for the 2019 Rugby World Cup says hosts Japan need to start getting their training grounds up to scratch.

Key features of new Super Rugby format

All fans need to know about the 2018 Super Rugby draw featuring a streamlined 15-team format.

Sunwolves in Australia's Super conference

The Tokyo-based Sunwolves have replaced the axed Western Force in the Australian conference for the 2018 Super Rugby competition.

Sevens star Caslick's 2024 Olympic aim    

Sevens star Charlotte Caslick is unsure of her longevity in the sport, but hopes to still be playing when Paris hosts the 2024 Olympic Games.

Rugby chief Pulver faces Senate grilling    

Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver faced a grilling over the axing of the Western Force and future of the sport at a Senate hearing in Perth.

Brumbies sign Western Force Fijian star    

Western Force player of the year Isi Naisarani has left the axed Super Rugby side with the back-rower signing for the ACT Brumbies on a one-year deal.

All Blacks change tack for away Tests    

With a gruelling travel schedule to come, the All Blacks are looking to rest as many key players as possible for their trips to Buenos Aires and Cape Town.

Wallabies reap reward of fitness slog    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has revealed he put his players through a heavy fitness load through their June series, with the Rugby Championship in mind.

More to do for All Blacks: Sam Cane

All Blacks No.7 Sam Cane, fresh off a 57-0 win over the Springboks, says his side won't have it quite so easy in upcoming trips to Argentina and South Africa.

Wallabies take big step forward: Cheika    

Coach Michael Cheika says the Wallabies have taken a step forward as they recognised a below par first half against Argentina and drove a second-half revival.

Quade Cooper the difference in NRC clash    

Brisbane City have beaten Canberra Vikings 42-40 in a thrilling National Rugby Championship clash.

Wallabies wary of red-faced Springboks    

The Wallabies say South Africa will be out to make amends after they were humbled by New Zealand 57-0 when they meet in Bloemfontein next month.

ABs to take reduced squad to Argentina, SA

The All Blacks will name a 28-man squad for the upcoming trip to Argentina and South Africa on Monday, with outside back Israel Dagg likely to stay home.

Boks rout pleases departing Wayne Smith    

Departing All Blacks assistant coach Wayne Smith says his side's defensive plans came to full fruition in the 57-0 thrashing of South Africa.

Koroibete at home on rugby Test stage    

Code-hopping winger Marika Koroibete got full marks from his Wallabies coach Michael Cheika for his Test debut in their win over Argentina.

Cheika forecasts changes to Wallabies    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has forecast changes to his back-row despite cracking a Rugby Championship win over Argentina in Canberra.

Wallabies claim Rugby Champ win over Pumas    

The Wallabies have produced a barnstorming second-half performance to beat Argentina 45-20 and secure their first Rugby Championship win.

All Blacks belt Springboks in rugby Test    

The All Blacks have pummelled the old enemy, outplaying and outclassing South Africa 57-0 in Saturday's Rugby Championship Test.

All Blacks crush Springboks in rugby Test    

The All Blacks have smashed South Africa 57-0, scoring an unanswered eight tries in a Rugby Championship Test romp.

"First time I felt free": Folau    

Israel Folau opens up on the day he stood up to his father after making the decision to leave his lucrative AFL contract with Greater Western Sydney.

Wallabies on guard for desperate Pumas    

While bookmakers give Argentina little chance, the Wallabies aren't taking their Rugby Championship opponents lightly ahead of their Canberra clash.

ARU to help Forrest set up new rugby comp    

Andrew Forrest's new rugby competition appears set to get the tick of approval from the ARU after the governing body agreed to help the billionaire set it up.

Australia v Argentina rugby at a glance

How Australia match up against Argentina ahead of their Rugby Championship clash in Canberra.

Cheika defends Wallabies selections    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he's making some tough selection calls in order to build depth and determine Australia's best combinations.

Cheika impressed by Forrest's rugby goals    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he is not across the details of Andrew Forrest's new rugby competition but says the mining magnate has the right intentions.

McMahon determined to lift against Pumas    

Wallabies No.8 Sean McMahon says he was disappointed with his input in their draw with South Africa and is determined to improve against Argentina.

Wallabies believe rewards not far away    

While a loss to winless Argentina would spell disaster for the Wallabies, they are trying not to get caught up in results commentary, says Stephen Larkham.

Forrest's comp to tear up the rule book    

Billionaire Andrew Forrest is still sweating on whether the Australian Rugby Union will approve his new competition.

Players will line up for new comp: Douglas    

Fringe Wallabies lock Kane Douglas believes every Australian rugby player would at least have a look at Andrew Forrest's proposed Indo-Pacific competition.

Coles recalls Hames' rise from obscurity    

Kane Hames has taken advantage of a lucky break in 2013 to rise to a starting All Blacks Test debut in just four years.

Springboks halfback Cronje out of NZ Test

South Africa halfback Ross Cronje has been hit with a stomach bug in the lead-up to Saturday's Test against the All Blacks and will not play.

Folau has right to make gay call: Cheika    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he respects fullback Israel Folau's right to speak out against same-sex marriage even if it's against the views of the ARU.

Koroibete primed for Test rugby debut    

Named to take on the Pumas, former Storm star Marika Koroibete is ready for his Wallabies Test debut saying he's finally feeling comfortable in his new code.

Koroibete poised to make Wallabies debut    

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika wants league convert Marika Koroibete to play to his strengths and run hard when he makes his Test debut against Argentina.

Wallabies lock Douglas at Test crossroads    

Kane Douglas admits he faces a long road back to the Wallabies due to the emergence of a new generation of second-row options.

Pumas will target Wallabies ruck: Cheika    

The Wallabies are expecting Argentina to try to get the better of them at the breakdown in their Rugby Championship clash in Canberra.

Three Boks changes for All Blacks Test

South Africa have named Jean-Luc du Preez and Ruan Dreyer to replace injured pair Jaco Kriel and Coenie Oosthuizen for their rugby Test against the All Blacks.

Koroibete set for Wallabies Test debut    

Former NRL winger Marika Koroibete is set to make his Test rugby debut after being named on the Wallabies bench to face Argentina in the Rugby Championship.

All Black Dagg sidelined by knee issue    

All Blacks stalwart Israel Dagg appears unlikely to play much more Test rugby in 2017 after aggravating a knee issue in last week's win over Argentina.

Forrest's new rugby comp excites players    

Australian players from all around the world are expected to flock to Andrew Forrest's new rugby competition if the ARU endorse it.

All Blacks name Hames, Squire against Boks    

The All Blacks have named Kane Hames to start at loosehead prop in their Rugby Championship Test against South Africa, while Liam Squire will play blindside.

Canterbury ease to Ranfurly Shield defence    

Canterbury have smashed Counties Manukau 78-5 in Christchurch to retain the Ranfurly Shield and extend their lead of the NPC Premiership division.

How Forrest's new rugby comp will work    

Andrew Forrest has launched his Indo Pacific Rugby Championship and he hopes the ARU will give it a tick of approval.

Folau cops backlash for gay marriage tweet    

Wallaby Israel Folau says he does not support same-sex marriage, sparking Twitter outrage and bucking a trend of sporting organisations backing a 'yes' vote.

New women's Sevens comp a winner: Cherry    

Rio gold medallist Emilee Cherry says Australia's new university-based women's rugby sevens tournament will help the nation remain an international force.

Forrest launches Indo Pacific Rugby comp    

Billionaire Andrew Forrest has launched a new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship after the demise of the Western Force in Super Rugby.

Prop Ben Daley jumps Force ship for Rebels    

Prop Ben Daley has left axed Super Rugby franchise the Western Force to join the Melbourne Rebels.

Wallaby Kuridrani commits to Brumbies    

Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani has signed a two-year Super Rugby contract extension with the Brumbies.

Beale thing rubbing off on Wallabies backs    

Wallabies winger Henry Speight says Kurtley Beale's form is rubbing off on the Australian backline ahead of their clash with Argentina.

No pain, no gain for All Blacks attack    

By tinkering with their attack for this year's Rugby Championship, the All Blacks are hoping to find a lasting solution to their line-speed woes.

Wallabies not feeling Pumas pressure    

Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper says they won't treat Saturday's clash with Argentina any different despite an unwanted Rugby Championship record on the line.

Western Force coach undecided on future    

The Melbourne Rebels are said to be interested in Dave Wessels, but the Force coach is still undecided about his future.

Douglas out, Lukhan Tui in for Wallabies    

Michael Cheika has turned to another young second-rower, calling Lukhan Tui up to the Wallabies squad in place of Kane Douglas.

Wallabies' Uelese to dish out more pain    

Wallabies newcomer Jordan Uelese said it was a dream come true to make his Test debut in last week's 23-23 draw with South Africa.

ARU urged not to abandon WA grassroots    

Wallabies lock Adam Coleman says he felt goosebumps when WA rugby fans chanted for the Force during Australia's Test draw with South Africa.

Wallabies to seek set-piece fixes    

The Wallabies misfiring scrum will be heavily scrutinised when Australia take on Argentina in Canberra on Saturday night.

ABs working on line speed issues: Perenara    

All Blacks halfback TJ Perenara says his side, fresh off Saturday's 39-22 win over Argentina, is inching closer and closer towards overcoming rush defence.

Polota-Nau going to miss Force rugby fans    

Western Force fans were in full voice during the Wallabies' 23-23 draw with South Africa in Perth on Saturday night, with many of them wearing blue.

NZ rule out Barrett-Sopoaga double act    

Despite the return of Beauden Barrett's goalkicking woes, the All Blacks will not slot Lima Sopoaga into the starting XV for next week's South Africa Test.

Springboks add Louw for injured Oosthuizen    

South African prop Coenie Oosthuizen is heading home after breaking his arm in their 23-23 draw with the Wallabies, with Wilco Louw added to the squad.

Moody to go under knife, Test season over    

The All Blacks' worst fears have been realised, with loosehead prop Joe Moody officially ruled out for the Test campaign with a dislocated shoulder.

Wallabies to find killer instinct: Cheika    

The Wallabies coughed up a 10-point lead in Saturday night's 23-23 draw with South Africa in Perth.

All Blacks too strong: Pumas coach    

The coach of Argentina admits his side could do little to halt the All Blacks in the second half of their 39-22 defeat in New Plymouth.

Joe Moody injured in All Blacks win    

A potentially season-ending shoulder injury to All Blacks prop Joe Moody has tainted the side's 39-22 win over Argentina in New Plymouth.

Wallabies cough up lead in draw with SA

The Wallabies have had to produce some resolute defence after the final siren to secure a 23-23 draw with South Africa at nib Stadium.

Laulala calm despite new All Blacks role    

All Blacks prop Nepo Laulala has suddenly found himself the Test side's leading tighthead, yet he's approaching his duties in a typically calm manner.

Bonding camp helps Springboks regain mojo    

South Africa are eying their sixth-straight win when they take on the Wallabies in Perth in the Rugby Championship.

Read calls for more All Blacks consistency    

Dazzling for huge stretches of 2016, the All Blacks need to produce their best for the full 80 minutes against Argentina, captain Kieran Read says.

Wallabies aim to make WA fans smile again    

The Wallabies are aiming to snare their first win of this year's Rugby Championship when they host South Africa in Perth.

Highlanders sign Rebels prop Lomax    

Melbourne Rebels prop Tyrel Lomax will play two seasons of Super Rugby for the Highlanders from 2019.

Cheika punts on rugby rookie with bad hair

Melbourne Rebels hooker Jordan Uelese will become the ninth player to debut for the Wallabies this year after being named on the bench against South Africa.

Wallaby Haylett-Petty to miss rest of year    

Wallabies winger Dane Haylett-Petty will be sidelined for about three months with a biceps injury.

Senate inquiry a concern for sport: ARU    

Australian Rugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne has criticised a Senate inquiry into the future of the sport.

Forrest's rugby comp not a rebel: Welborn

Former Wallaby John Welborn says the new rugby competition being set up by billionaire Andrew Forrest could attract talented players from all around the world.

Wallabies rally around Force players

The Western Force's Wallaby stars will have plenty on their minds heading into their Rugby Championship Test against South Africa in Perth.

Ex-Wallaby Welborn disgusted by ARU board    

The ARU's dirty laundry is set to become public knowledge after WA Liberal senator Linda Reynolds successfully pushed for a Senate inquiry into the ARU.

Force players to stay strong for Wallabies

Three Western Force players are set to earn starting roles in Saturday night's Test against South Africa in Perth.

Fijian gets 20 weeks in NRC for ear bite

Fijian Drua hooker Samu Suguturaga has been suspended for 20 weeks by the NRC judiciary for biting in their round one 45-36 loss to Brisbane City at Ballymore.

Rebel rugby comp piques Asia's interest    

Hong Kong Rugby Union believes it would be crazy not to consider playing in Andrew Forrest's flagged rebel competition.

Force players considering risky new league    

RUPA chief executive Ross Xenos is urging Western Force players not to rush into any decisions about their future.

Rugby won't die in WA, says Force star    

Wallabies back Dane Haylett-Petty says he is in no rush to make a decision on his future despite confirmation the Force have been booted from Super Rugby.

ARU to face Senate inquiry for axing Force

A Senate committee will hold an inquiry into the future of rugby union in Australia.

Forrest declares war with rebel rugby comp    

The Western Force have lost a NSW Supreme Court appeal over their Super Rugby axing with billionaire backer Andrew Forrest vowing to launch a rebel competition.

ARU releases Super Rugby spreadsheet data    

The ARU claim it would have gone broke if they tried to retain all five Australian Super Rugby teams until the end of 2020.

Timeline for 2018 Super Rugby decision

The key dates and events that shaped the decision to cut an Australian team from the 2018 Super Rugby competition.

Force needed 'Twiggy' earlier: ARU    

ARU Chairman Cameron Clyne says if RugbyWA had asked Andrew Forrest for financial help earlier, the Super Rugby club may not have been axed.

Force veteran Hodgson cries for his team    

A tearful Matt Hodgson has invited ARU chiefs over to his house for dinner so they can explain why they axed Super Rugby side the Western Force.

WA Premier hopes Twiggy plan hurts ARU    

WA Premier Mark McGowan says he supports Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest forming a new rugby competition and hopes it brings suffering to the Australian Rugby Union.

Force players furious at axing ruling    

Western Force players have turned their anger to the ARU after a Supreme Court decision to uphold the axing of the Super Rugby side.

Forrest pledges rebel rugby comp    

Western Force have lost a NSW Supreme Court appeal over their axing from the Super Rugby competition.

Force to play in rebel rugby competition    

Western Force have lost a NSW Supreme Court appeal over their axing from the Super Rugby competition.

Western Force to learn appeal outcome    

The outcome of RugbyWA's NSW Supreme Court appeal against the axing of the Western Force from Super Rugby will be announced on Tuesday.

McGahan joins Reds as assistant coach    

The experienced former Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan has returned to Queensland with the Reds as assistant to Nick Stiles for the next two seasons.

Springboks coach in awe of Wallaby Beale    

Wallabies centre Kurtley Beale looms as a key player in Saturday night's clash with the Springboks in Perth.

All Blacks prop Franks out for the year    

The All Blacks will be without veteran prop Owen Franks for the rest of 2017 after he elected to have surgery on an injured achilles tendon.

Biting citing sours Fiji Drua's NRC debut    

Fijian Drua hooker Samu Suguturaga has been cited for alleged biting during his side's debut in Australia's National Rugby Championship against Brisbane City.

Wallaby Cowan to head abroad if Force fold    

Wallabies prop Pek Cowan says he was left scratching his head after finding out the ARU knocked back a $50 million offer from Andrew Forrest

Hooper runaway winner of Tahs' rugby award    

Waratahs captain Michael Hooper is the runaway winner of his Super Rugby team's players' player award, taking it out for the fifth successive year.

Wallaby Moore to miss Springboks Test    

Western Force hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau is set to earn a starting role for the Wallabies against the Springboks after Stephen Moore's withdrawal.

Force fans urged not to boycott Wallabies

Disillusioned Western Force fans could boycott the Wallabies' Test against South Africa next week due to their anger towards the ARU.

Fijian Drua eye 'dream' rugby opportunity

Fiji's best local talent will be in world rugby's shop window when Fijian Drua debut in the National Rugby Championship against Brisbane City on Saturday.

Lealiifano to make rugby debut for Ulster    

Christian Lealiifano has been named at flyhalf for Ulster's opening Pro14 clash with the Cheetahs on Friday.