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The Waratahs juggernaut has powered on at Suncorp Stadium but not before the bumbling Queensland Reds exposed a worrying chink in their armour before the Super Rugby finals. Play-off rivals will have fixed their gaze on NSW's vulnerable line-out
Australia's current winning run is the longest since the Wallabies were last world champions in 1999-2000, and the impact of Israel Folau and Will Skelton against France suggests Australia may finally possess the strikepower to end a dynasty.
Despite being the second youngest player in his 32-man squad, coach Ewen McKenzie had no hesitation in elevating Hooper to the captaincy on Monday. The Manly-raised back-rower is the fourth youngest Australian skipper of all time and the fifth in
Gregan supports Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie's decision to dump Will Genia, but says the Reds No.9 will bounce back better than ever. Rooney's head, Luiz blown away at training, an Italian striker on the move while England's cooped up in Miami. Shield
There were also wins for the Brumbies and Reds in round 16 while upsets in New Zealand and South Africa ensured this Super Rugby season remained as tight as ever...A third country in three weeks proved a bridge too far for Western Force on Friday
Dragons dumped Jamie Soward because they thought he was washed up but one man's trash is another man's treasure. Viva's visitor's draw'' in the Queensland Guineas (1400m) has knocked the confidence of Kiwi trainer Jason Bridgman. Parramatta who
But the 116-Test lock argued the in-form rake possessed all the strong attributes required to lead the way in a 16-month run towards the showpiece tournament in England. "He can be a bit abrasive at times but I think given the accountability of being
Shoring up their defence has been the main focus for the Highlanders this week. The Highlanders missed nearly 30 tackles against the Crusaders on Saturday and were outplayed on the gain line by the likes of hardrunning Fijian winger Nemani Nadolo. "
Wallabies halfback Will Genia reaches the 100 game milestone for the Queensland Reds in Friday night's clash with the Highlanders at Suncorp Stadium while at the other end of the experience spectrum three debutants are poised to make their Super
Queensland Reds halfback Will Genia would welcome the recruitment of James O'Connor but only if the exiled back is wholly committed to the Super Rugby franchise. The Queensland Rugby Union refuses to deny reports the 23-year-old is close to