Australia

  • Wallabies leave Croft out in the Cold

    The Reds, despite suffering a humiliating and record 92-3 defeat at the hands of the Bulls, still managed to get nine members of their squad...

  • Burke keeps Aussie door open

    Former Australia full-back and current Newcastle captain Matt Burke has not ruled out a return to the international arena for this year's Rugby World Cup.

  • New ARU boss wants the ‘best’ CEO

    Peter McGrath, the newly elected chairman of the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), has said that he wants the "best possible candidate" to fill the position...

  • John O’Neill rules out return

    Former Australian Rugby Union (ARU) chief John O'Neill on Friday ruled out a return to the code, which has been wracked by in-fighting and political...

  • Civil war in Australia

    The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) is on the brink of civil war with Queensland accusing New South Wales of an underhanded, "gutless" board-room betrayal.

  • Flowers to step down from ARU

    Australian Rugby Union (ARU) CEO and Managing Director Gary Flowers on Friday announced he will not be seeking to extend his contract at the end...

  • McMeniman turns his back on ARU

    The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) may have managed to hold on to former Rugby League star Lote Tuqiri and signed other high-profile League recruits in...

  • ARU says ‘no’ to Grothe

    The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has dismissed reports that it was chasing the signature of Rugby League player star Eric Grothe Jnr and said it...

  • Ella to trade Wallaby secrets

    Former Australia full-back Glen Ella will coach against the Wallabies at the Rugby World Cup after agreeing to join the Canadian team staff.

  • Burke turns down offer from Australia

    Former Wallaby star Matt Burke has turned down an offer from the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) that would have seen the 34-year-old staking a Test...

  • More money trouble for ARU

    Just days after dual international Lote Tuqiri accepted a AU$6-million, five-year deal to stay in Rugby Union, it was reported that the Australian Rugby Union...

  • Tests to continue in Perth

    Rugby fans in Perth have been guaranteed Test rugby until 2010, with the Wallabies to take on South Africa twice and old enemy England once...

  • Latham slams possible Burke call-up

    Injured Australia full-back Chris Latham is not happy at the Wallaby management's plans to select former team-mate Matt Burke for Australia's Rugby World Cup assault.

  • Matt Burke to earn Wallaby recall?

    With Chris Latham recovering from a knee reconstruction and Mat Rogers back in Rugby League, Wallaby selectors are eyeing the form of former Australia fullback...

  • Latham ‘pins his hopes’

    Wallaby and Reds injured fullback Chris Latham is targeting the first Bledisloe Cup game of the year as his comeback date.

  • Flatley to lend his boot in RWC ?

    The services of former Wallaby and Reds sharpshooter Elton Flatley may be obtained by the Wallabies in a bid to ensure their goalkicking is on...

  • Wallabies could have foreign coach

    Wallabies coach John Connolly plans to stand down at the end of the year after the Rugby world cup, and already succession plans are underway....

  • Burke becomes a Brit!

    Newcastle Falcons' full-back Matthew Burke has been granted British citizenship, thus allowing the former Australia international to play for his club with another foreign player...

  • Connolly keeps Gregan waiting

    Australia coach John Connolly has refused to be drawn into the debate as to who will lead the Wallabies at the forthcoming Rugby World Cup.

  • Latham back ‘in six months’

    Australia coach John Connolly has earmarked the first Bledisloe Cup match with New Zealand on June 30 as the international comeback date for full-back Chris...

  • ‘Doc’ Roe no longer just a nickname

    John Roe, Queensland and former Australia number eight, has finally graduated from the University of Queensland medical school after studying in between his rugby commitments...

  • Connolly head-to-head with his critics

    Australian coach John Connolly on Sunday accused former players of ripping rugby apart with their criticism of the Wallabies.

  • McKenzie to ‘keep’ Rogers in Union

    Australian Rugby Union bosses, facing another barrage of reports about top flight players reportedly ready to move across to rival code Rugby League, put up...

  • Rogers may give RWC the boot

    Australia utility back Mat Rogers may be heading back to Australian Rugby League sooner than expected with the league convert reportedly in discussions to seek...

  • Gregan, Mortlock up for Aussie rugby medal

    The Rugby Union Players Association (RUPA) in Australia has announced the finalists for the prestigious Rugby Medal for Excellence to be presented by former Wallaby...

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