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Cottrell following family rugby tradition

New Wallabies squad member Angus Cottrell is close to emulating the achievement of his late grandfather who also represented Australia in rugby.
SBS

Cottrell takes inspiration from grandfather who captained Wallabies

Back-rower Angus Cottrell will be looking to provide the same toughness as his late grandfather who captained the Wallabies against the British and Irish Lions.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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How to win a Rugby World Cup: with John Eales [Video]How to win a Rugby World Cup: with John Eales

Wallabies World Cup-winning captain John Eales explains what makes a champion team and sums up Australia's prospects with one year to go until the 2019 tournament in Japan.

World Rugby -   04:50

Angry fan clashes with Wallabies [Video]Angry fan clashes with Wallabies

Angry fan takes on Wallaby players after Australia were beaten by Argentina in the Rugby Championship.

Sky Sports UK -   00:41

All Blacks captain Kieran Read wants 'intensity' to see off Australia [Video]All Blacks captain Kieran Read wants 'intensity' to see off Australia

All Blacks skipper Kieran Read hopes for an 'intense' performance to retain Bledisole Cup for 15th successive season

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All Blacks captain Kieran Read wants 'intensity' to see off Australia [Video]All Blacks captain Kieran Read wants 'intensity' to see off Australia

All Blacks skipper Kieran Read hopes for an 'intense' performance to retain Bledisole Cup for 15th successive season

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Wallabies captain Hooper will "come out guns blazing" on return from hamstring injury [Video]Wallabies captain Hooper will "come out guns blazing" on return from hamstring injury

Wallabies captain Michael Hooper will "come out guns blazing" against New Zealand on return from hamstring injury

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Wallabies captain Hooper will Wallabies captain Hooper will "come out guns blazing" on return from hamstring injury

Wallabies captain Michael Hooper will "come out guns blazing" against New Zealand on return from hamstring injury

Reuters - Sports -   01:07

 

Rugby - Wallabies will respond to 'hardest' loss, says Genia

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Last week's Rugby Championship loss to Argentina may have been the "hardest" of Will Genia's 94-test career, but the scrumhalf said no one should doubt the pride the Wallabies had in..
SBS

Speight's last-gasp try rescues Ulster

A late try from Wallabies centre Henry Speight saw Ulster fight back to draw 39-all with the Cheetahs in the PRO14 competition in Bloemfontein.
SBS

Tui missing from Wallabies squad after family death, fan altercation

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Loose forward Lukhan Tui was a noticeable absentee from the Wallabies squad to face South Africa and Argentina in the final two rounds of the Rugby Championship.
SBS

Cottrell named in first Wallabies squad as Tui, Samu ruled out

Melbourne Rebels back-rower Angus Cottrell has been named in his first Wallabies squad but Australia will be without Lukhan Tui and Pete Samu for their tour of South Africa and Argentina.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brumbies rookie Valetini emerges as Wallabies bolter for spring tour

Three-game rookie Rob Valetini is on the Wallabies' radar as a back-row candidate for the European tour this year after making a comeback from injury.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cottrell earns call-up for Wallabies tour

Angus Cottrell has earned his maiden Wallabies call-up for the upcoming Rugby Championship tour of South Africa and Argentina.
SBS

Swag of Springboks to miss Wallabies clash

South Africa will have a different look when they host the Wallabies in the Rugby Championship.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Folau wins Tahs players' player award

Wallabies superstar Israel Folau has won yet another accolade taking out the Matthew Burke Cup, the NSW Waratahs players' player award.
SBS

Missing ink: Wallabies to cover up tattoos in Japan for World Cup

The Wallabies are familiar with cultural sensitivities around tattoos in Japan
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies back-rower Pete Samu ruled out of Tests with knee injury

The Wallabies will have to find a new back-row combination after Samu had scans on his knee this week.
Brisbane Times

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