The Waratahs’ hopes of snapping their winless run against the Western Force on Saturday have taken a blow, with playmaker Will Harrison set to miss the rest of the Super Rugby AU season.
James O’Connor has won over Australian rugby, now he’s set to be rewarded.
It flew under the radar in the immediate aftermath of another epic domestic derby, but the Brumbies were robbed the chance of hosting another Super Rugby AU final on Saturday.
Reds recruit Suliasi Vunivalu has paid Brad Thorn the ultimate compliment, comparing his new coach to his former mentor Craig Bellamy.
You could count on one hand how many people in Australia thought signing James O’Connor was a good idea in 2019.
Exclusive: The Queensland Reds’ quest to host their first Super Rugby final since 2011 has been dealt a blow with Hunter Paisami ruled out of Saturday night’s match against the Brumbies.
The Melbourne Rebels have been made to rue their wastefulness with the ball as the Western Force breathed new light into Super Rugby AU by stealing a late one-point win at AAMI Park.
Update: At the end of 2018 Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle hired Scott Johnson to rein in Wallabies coach Michael Cheika.
He’s the trump card Dave Rennie wants on deck for the 2023 World Cup, but Tim Walsh is hoping to have Wallaby wrecking ball Sean McMahon on-hand for Australia’s Tokyo tilt.
Former rugby star Joe Wheeler is off air after his controversial post-match comments making fun of a Japanese player.
They dominated Wallabies selection, now Australia’s top two will go at it on Saturday with a Super Rugby AU final at stake – and gold jerseys too.
This may be the craziest try you’ll ever see.
It’s the concerning statistic that reveals the NRL still has work to do when it comes to head knocks.
On the face of it the Brumbies were breathing a sigh of relief after scraping home against the Waratahs over the Easter long weekend, but more broadly their narrow win revealed the shortcomings in Australian rugby.
He didn’t so much as rule out a return entirely, but as it stands former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika won’t return as the Waratahs’ saviour – not while Scott Johnson remains as Rugby Australia director of rugby anyway.