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Super Rugby cellar-dwellers Melbourne Rebels will open up their coaching position for 2014 after a disastrous start to their third season in the competition. The Rebels, bottom of the Australian conference and second from bottom in the overall
It seems no sport is immune except maybe women's sport, which either continues to cover itself in glory or continues to avoid attention. Appropriately the vogue and most cited incubation for these various symptoms is the team culture, for it's from
ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says he'll go into bat for Robbie Deans against the Super Rugby franchises to ensure the Wallabies aren't sitting ducks for the British and Irish Lions in June. Pulver says he's pushing for the Wallabies to have a
The Rebels, playing in their second season, finished with four wins and almost toppled the competition front-runners, the Stormers, in their last-round match in Cape Town. Speaking at their end-of-season awards, Hill said he expected more next season.
June 18, 2012 Read later Last gasp Wallabies players celebrate with relief after overcoming a spirited Wales in Melbourne on Saturday...As their coach realises, it is only when they do that regularly can they properly push for the No.1 international
Queensland rugby headquarters spruiks silverware and success except in the void which screams inferiority against ACT Brumbies. It's rare for any footy organisation to highlight what they have never won but that will remain the case unless the Reds
Story continues below The Rebels last month released Cipriani from the remainder of his contract after the 24-year-old had announced he was leaving at the end of the season to play for the Sale Sharks and attempt to reclaim an England berth. Cipriani'
Story continues below Old-timers will never embrace change and still believe that cricket coaches are only for travelling to the matches in. Captains should still run the show wholly and solely and beer should flow from dusk till dawn...Our cricket
Former All Blacks prop Greg Somerville isn't quite yet ready to hang up the rugby boots after all. Somerville announced the end of his illustrious 12-year career when Super rugby newcomers Melbourne completed their season with the wooden spoon in
Park the night the Super Rugby new boys got up late to overcome the Brumbies 25-24 for their first win at only their second attempt will not forget that drama in a hurry. Nor will the come-from-behind triumph at the same ground a month later over the