Rising Springboks star Aphiwe Dyantyi, who won world rugby’s breakthrough player award last year, said Saturday he failed a doping test at a training camp with the South Africa squad last month.
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Rugby World Cup: David Pocock says the Wallabies want to inspire the next generation, belief key to their tournament chances
Belief will be the fuel the Wallabies feed on in the World Cup, according to returning back-row star David Pocock.
England have delivered a commanding performance to delight a sun-drenched Twickenham as they ran in eight tries in a record 57-15 rout of Ireland in their Rugby World Cup warm-up.
Michael Hooper was at dinner on Tuesday evening when the phone rang.
On the day the Wallabies attempted to put their Bledisloe Cup bloodbath behind them and look forward to the upcoming Rugby World Cup with renewed optimism came two sinister reminders of how far they have to climb.
He is yet to even make his Test debut but Rugby World Cup winner Rod Kafer says 19-year-old bolter Jordan Petaia can provide genuine X-factor to the Wallabies campaign in Japan.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has revealed his 31-man Rugby World Cup squad for next month’s tournament in Japan and is vowing to play an “unpredictable” style to rattle opponents.
There are potentially serious consequences as a result of the loosening of eligibility rulesRugby Australia is willing to bet the farm on the Wallabies winning the World Cup in Japan. The 31-man World Cup squad announced on Friday includes two players …
Evergreen Adam Ashley-Cooper and fledgling Jordan Petaia have bolted into the most experienced Australian squad ever named to contest a Rugby World Cup.
Solid, yet unspectacular.
Michael Cheika has revealed his Rugby World Cup squad for next month’s tournament in Japan.
For the second straight Rugby World Cup, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has taken a massive gamble by picking just two halfbacks in his squad while boom Reds back Jordan Petaia, 19, is set to become the youngest Australian to ever play at the tournament.
Veteran joins bolter Jordan Petaia on plane to JapanDavid Pocock makes squad despite injury concernsEvergreen Adam Ashley-Cooper and fledgling Jordan Petaia have bolted into the most experienced Australian squad ever named to contest a Rugby World Cup….
Four rising New Zealand backs have been cleared by their Super Rugby teams to join the All Blacks sevens squad in pursuit of a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
Big tournaments call for big decisions and as Friday’s D-Day approaches, a trio of former Wallabies have picked the 31 men they want to represent Australia at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.