Dave Rennie announced as new Australia head coach

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Following the departure of Michael Cheika after the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Australia have announced Glasgow Warriors’ Dave Rennie as their next head coach. Dave Rennie announcement confirmed Australia has tonight announced that Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie will take over the Wallabies role after he finishes the season in the Guinness Pro14. He […] READ MORE






Israel Folau social media actions lead to Contract Breach notice

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After hugely unpopular public statements from the Wallabies/New South Wales player, the recent Israel Folau social media statements has lead to a Contract Breach notice being issued by Rugby Australia. The Rugby Australia Integrity Unit deemed that Folau had committed a high-level breach of the Professional Players’ Code of Conduct, warranting termination of his employment […] READ MORE


Australian rugby’s problems stretch beyond Michael Cheika

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Australian rugby has some major problems at the moment. The revelation that the board seemed to be seriously considering changing their coach less than a year before the World Cup begins only served to highlight the issues. Though Rugby Australia have cancelled their call with Jake White, the fact that they even scheduled one speaks […] READ MORE


Struggling superpowers need to step up at Twickenham

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Australia and England are two rugby superpowers that have had poor 2018 campaigns to say the least. The annual Cook Cup contest on Saturday is therefore vitally important for both teams to lay down a convincing marker and respectively finish tough years on a high. Will the real England and Wallabies stand-up? Both England and […] READ MORE



Post-2018 Rugby Championship; What was Learned?

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After the dust has settled, any post-Rugby Championship analysis can begin. This will have been at the boardroom level, in the team sheds after the final matches, and in the sports club and bars of rugby fans across all countries. Digesting the outcome can be simplified; New Zealand were only beaten once. Few teams could […] READ MORE