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Sports - Rugby Union

Sevens women in perfect world title start

CHARLOTTE CASLICK of Australia runs during women's Rugby Sevens semi final match between Australia and Canada of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Robina Stadium in the Gold Coast, Australia.

Australia are undefeated after the opening day of their women's rugby sevens world series title defence in Denver, Colorado.

Cheika's still the man, says Wallabies ace

DAVID POCOCK of the Brumbies runs onto the field before the round seven Super Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Waratahs at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia.

John Eales Medallist David Pocock insists Michael Cheika's position as Wallabies coach should never have even been questioned despite a lean 2018 season.

John Eales Medal - David Pocock

Pocock reveals secret behind blazing form

DAVID POCOCK catches during the Australian Wallabies captain's run at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Champion Wallabies flanker David Pocock says his eye-opening charity work in Zimbabwe has given him a new perspective on rugby.

David Pocock wins second John Eales Medal

DAVID POCOCK catches during the Australian Wallabies captain's run at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies superstar David Pocock has won his second John Eales Medal as Australia's most outstanding player of 2018.

Australian Super Rugby player of the year - Taniela Tupou

Rugby Australia backs Cheika and his men

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has received the full backing of Rugby Australia following a review of Australia's 2018 domestic Test campaign.

Cheika to back assistants in RA meeting

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will call for unity and defend his assistants when he fronts the Rugby Australia board on Friday.

Rugby Australia - Try of the Year

Byron Bay sevens to Bledisloe for Kerevi

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is considering giving Samu Kerevi some rugby sevens action in Byron Bay as preparation for the final Bledisloe Test of the year.

Genia favourite to win John Eales Medal

WILL GENIA of the Wallabies passes the ball during an International Test match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Wallabies halfback general Will Genia is favoured to win the closest John Eales Medal race since the award was introduced in 2002.

2018 NRC Semi-Final: Fijian Drua vs Canberra Vikings

The Fijian Drua will host the National Rugby Championship Grand Final after coming from behind to defeat the Canberra Vikings in Lautoka.

Beale wants indigenous jersey at World Cup

KURTLEY BEALE of Australia in action during the Old Mutual Wealth Series match between England and Australia at Twickenham Stadium in London, England.

Australian rugby union star Kurtley Beale is keen for the Wallabies to wear their indigenous jersey at the World Cup.

Wallabies star Foley signs one-year deal

BERNARD FOLEY of the Wallabies kicks at goal during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies playmaker Bernard Foley has signed a one-year contract to remain in Australian rugby till the end of next year's Rugby World Cup.

Wallabies unlikely to blood Test tourists

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

The Wallabies are unlikely to include any newcomers in their squad to take on New Zealand in their third Bledisloe Cup clash in Tokyo later this month.

Lock Jones rejoins Super Rugby's Rebels

AMANAKI MAFI of the Rebels in action during the Super Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Rebels at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia.

Luke Jones will rejoin the Melbourne Rebels on a two-year Super Rugby deal after a spell playing in France.

All Blacks unveil mammoth tour squad

The All Blacks re-group during the New Zealand All Blacks Captain's Run at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand.

Up to 51 players could play for the All Blacks on their five-match tour of Japan and Europe, starting with this month's Test against the Wallabies.

Lukhan Tui to miss Wallabies spring tour

LUKHAN TUI of the Wallabies runs the ball during the Australian Wallabies captain's run at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Back-rower Lukhan Tui will miss the Wallabies' spring tour of Europe, opting to stay at home to support his family after the death of his stepfather.

Olympic gold pair commit to Aust rugby

EMMA TONEGATO of Australia runs with the ball on day one of the HSBC Women's Rugby Sevens Kitakyushu Pool match between Australia and China at Mikuni World Stadium Kitakyushu in Fukuoka, Japan.

Rio Olympic gold medal rugby sevens stars Emma Tonegato and Ellia Green have each signed with Rugby Australia for two more years through to 2020.

No western Sydney WSR team for 2019: Hore

NSW Rugby Union chief executive officer Andrew Hore says a proposed western Sydney World Series Rugby franchise wouldn't be ready for 2019 .

Ashley-Cooper close to 4th World Cup bid

The NSW Waratahs have confirmed they are negotiating to bring Wallabies veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper back to Super Rugby.

Cheika wants Tui for Wallabies spring tour

LUKHAN TUI of the Wallabies runs at Quade Cooper of the Barbarians during the match between the Australian Wallabies and the Barbarians at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has been talking to Lukhan Tui about a return to rugby and expects a decision in the coming days about the spring tour.

Reds coach Thorn engineers Broncos reunion

Coach BRAD THORN of the Reds watches on during the Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Bulls at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Queensland Reds coach Brad Thorn has enlisted former Brisbane Broncos teammate Peter Ryan as the Super Rugby club's defence coach for next season.

No World Cup coach revamp needed: Cheika

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Michael Cheika isn't convinced that a Wallabies coaching revamp is needed and is looking for more collaboration from Super Rugby franchises.

Wallabies' Robertson to have knee surgery

TOM ROBERTSON of the Wallabies runs the ball during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Ireland at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies prop Tom Robertson will undergo a knee reconstruction after scans confirmed a ruptured ACL.

Defence unlocks Wallabies' attack: Foley

BERNARD FOLEY of the Wallabies kicks at goal during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies five-eighth Bernard Foley says he never lost faith in the team's attacking capabilities during their barren 2018 campaign.

Wallabies must learn from Salta: Cheika

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Australia's miraculous escape in Salta is a lesson that Wallabies players must absorb on their own, according to coach Michael Cheika.

All Black Cane sidelined by broken neck

Chiefs SAM CANE runs the ball forward during the Super Rugby match between the Chiefs and the Brumbies at FMG Stadium Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand.

A broken neck is expected to sideline first-choice All Blacks flanker Sam Cane for the next three months.

Wallabies lacked heart early, admits DHP

DANE HAYLETT-PETTY of the Wallabies is tackled during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Like the rest of his teammates, Wallabies fullback Dane Haylett-Petty can't wrap his head around the astonishing contrast of their performance in Salta.

Cheika's halftime spray one for the ages

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika's halftime rev-up in Salta could go down as one of the best sprays ever seen in Australian sport.

Salta stunner saves Cheika's Wallabies job

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

The axe was hovering at half-time, but Michael Cheika's job as Wallabies coach looks safe after their stunning 24-point comeback against Argentina.

Wallabies stage epic comeback over Pumas

The Wallabies have come from 24 points down after one of their worst halves of football to beat Argentina 45-34 and avoid the Rugby Championship wooden spoon.

Foley-Beale combo has Los Pumas wary

KURTLEY BEALE of the Wallabies in action during the Bledisloe Cup match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

The return of Bernard Foley and Kurtley Beale's midfield combination makes the Wallabies a more dangerous team, Argentina coach Mario Ledesma says.

Ledesma can't see Cheika being sacked

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Mario Ledesma doesn't expect Michael Cheika will be sacked as Wallabies coach, even if his Los Pumas outfit beat the Australians again.

Wallabies will be up for the fight: Hooper

MICHAEL HOOPER of the Wallabies makes a break during an International Test match at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper says his teammates are embracing the adversity of the past few weeks and are ready to perform in Argentina.

English rugby unites for stricken Horne

ROB HORNE of the Waratahs is tackled by Nicolaas Hanekom of the Kings during the Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Kings at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

A crowd of over 40,000 is expected at Twickenham on Saturday with funds raised from the clash between Leicester and Northampton going towards Rob Horne.

We will beat Argentina: Wallabies' Cheika

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes his side will come out the other end of their 2018 season from hell as a tougher, stronger group.

Five reasons why Wallabies feeling heat

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

A quick look at five of the reasons why Michael Cheika's Wallabies are under so much pressure ahead of their Rugby Championship clash in Argentina.

Wallabies rocked by Robertson injury blow

TOM ROBERTSON of the Wallabies runs the ball during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Ireland at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Tom Robertson could be in danger of missing next year's World Cup after the Wallabies prop injured his knee at training in Argentina

Recalled Foley ready to spark Test attack

BERNARD FOLEY of the Wallabies kicks at goal during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Bernard Foley is back in the Wallabies' No.10 jersey after earning a recall for the must-win clash with Argentina in Salta.

Wallabies' lineout woes a 'lack of focus'

ADAM COLEMAN poses for a portrait following the Australia training session at Sport Wales in Cardiff, Wales.

Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman says the team's malfunctioning lineout can be fixed if players stay "switched on" during games.

We owe the coaches one: Wallaby Coleman

ADAM COLEMAN of the Force and MICHAEL WELLS of the Waratahs compete for the ball in the lineout during the Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Force at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman says under-fire coaches aren't the problem - it's the players who need to step up.

Beale at 10 experiment over for Wallabies

BERNARD FOLEY of the Wallabies kicks at goal during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is set to shelve his experiment with Kurtley Beale at No.10 but who replaces him in the key playmaking role remains to be seen.

Folau's non-pass a sliding doors moment

ISRAEL FOLAU of the Wallabies celebrates scoring a try during an International Test match at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

The benefit of hindsight only makes Wallabies superstar Israel Folau's failure to pass to an unmarked teammate last month an even more painful moment.

Wallabies brush off altitude concerns

Australia will look to improve their miserable record at altitude when they round out their Rugby Championship campaign in the foothills of the Andes mountains.

Toomua, Beale combo a work in progress

KURTLEY BEALE of Australia in action during the Old Mutual Wealth Series match between England and Australia at Twickenham Stadium in London, England.

Wallabies centre Matt Toomua believes his playmaking partnership Kurtley Beale is developing well but will take more time to truly blossom.

Wallabies welcome 'Folau rule' tweak

DANE HAYLETT-PETTY of Rebels runs with the ball during the Super Rugby match between Sunwolves and Rebels at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground in Tokyo, Japan.

World Rugby's decision to start punishing lifters who abandon teammates in the air has been welcomed by the Wallabies.

Wobbly Wallabies not worried about spoon

DANE HAYLETT-PETTY of the Wallabies is tackled during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and Italy at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

The Wallabies are staring down the barrel of their first wooden spoon in the Rugby Championship if they slump to yet another defeat in Argentina.

Genia's faith restored for Pumas Test

WILL GENIA of the Wallabies passes the ball during an International Test match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Recent form and topography will be against them but a defiant Will Genia has predicted a Wallabies win in Argentina in the Rugby Championship.