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Earthquake Hits Wellington Ahead of Trans-Tasman Test
Wellington has been shaken by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake, but it could be the All Blacks who rattle ...
August 21, 2013
McKenzie Offers Wallaby Hope Despite Ominous All Black Form
New Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie can create history this weekend—the only thing stopping him is the All Blacks, ...
August 14, 2013
Chiefs Win Rugby IQ-test by Counting up to Two
As the Chiefs celebrate their second Super 15 title in two years, southern hemisphere rugby turns its attention ...
August 7, 2013
Brumbies Super Rugby Title Fairytale Faces One Chief Hurdle
The Brumbies success has added to the optimism in Australia, brought about by the appointment of new national ...
July 31, 2013
Top Super Rugby Sides Fight for Finals Spot
The Bulls and the Chiefs are rested and ready for home Super Rugby Semi-finals against the Brumbies and ...
July 24, 2013
McCaw Returns For Play-off Clash With Reds and Cooper
The Queensland Reds take on the most successful Super Rugby side, the Crusaders, at their home in chilly ...
July 17, 2013
Bold Experiment Proves Costly for Wallaby Coach
Fallout from the 1-2 Test series loss to the British and Irish Lions was quick, with Ewen McKenzie ...
July 10, 2013
Attack Needed to Win Lions Series Decider
The dice of fate has tumbled across the British and Irish Lions tour of Australia, as both sides ...
July 3, 2013
Coach Divides Experts Ahead of Must-Win Test
It will be life-or-death for the Wallabies when they meet the British & Irish Lions in Melbourne this ...
June 26, 2013
Battle-Hardened Lions Set to Plunder Downunder
The powerful British and Irish Lions will start as favourite against the Wallabies in Brisbane on Saturday, despite ...
June 19, 2013
Controversy Dogs Wallabies as Lions Find Impressive Form
The British and Irish Lions tour of Australia spluttered to a controversial start when Western Force coach Michael ...
June 12, 2013
Emotion Runs High as Reds Meet Lions
The British and Irish Lions are in Australia to beat a Wallaby side that has been hit by ...
June 5, 2013
Rugby Civil War Declared in the City of Roses
The battle for Africa takes place in the City of Roses at the Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein, when ...
May 31, 2013
Dangerous Crusaders Primed to Stop Table-Topping Chiefs
The chilly wind-blown rain in Christchurch was a tonic to the Crusaders, who thrashed the Auckland Blues 23-3, ...
May 22, 2013
Beale Seeks Counselling as Falou Strides Rugby’s Stage
The Wallabies have virtually lost fullback Kurtley Beale for the Lions tour of Australia, which begins on June ...
May 15, 2013
Crusaders Crash Party for Brumbies Legend
International star Dan Carter returned from injury for the Crusaders—and threw a pass that was intercepted by opposing ...
May 8, 2013
Juggling Players Proves Costly for Hurricanes
Tradition is often deemed to be old fashioned, by rugby coaches—and ignored.
May 3, 2013
Sniping Coaches Add Spice to Table-topping Rugby Clash
The top-of-the-table clash between the Reds and the Brumbies ended in a 19-all draw—but only after 80 minutes ...
April 25, 2013
Super Rugby: A Good Attitude Turns Losers Into Winners
Despite heavyweight clashes across the Super 15, the lowly Western Force stole the limelight by beating the Crusaders ...
April 18, 2013
Rookie Hurricane Crucial in Trans-Tasman Victory
An impressive debut by 19-year-old open-side flanker Ardie Savea, helped the Hurricanes beat the Waratahs 41-29 in a ...
April 10, 2013
Punch Drunk Rebels KO’d in the Free State
The lowly Cheetahs beat the Rebels 34-16 in Bloemfontein to win their fourth game in a row, following ...
April 3, 2013
Fiji Conducts a Masterclass at Hong Kong Sevens
In a thrilling Final, Fiji won the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, the premier event in the 9-tournament ...
March 27, 2013
Lions Tour ‘Hits’ Trouble
British and Irish Lions fans were given a good laugh by Wallaby and Super 15 star Kurtley Beale, ...
March 27, 2013
Lions Bare Their Teeth as White Invades Africa
n just 34 minutes, Jake White’s Brumbies rocked South African rugby to the core—the Brumbies had already scored ...
March 20, 2013
White’s African Magic Leaves Waratahs Wilting
Master coach Jake White taunted the Sydney Waratahs in the lead-up to their clash with his ACT Brumbies. ...
March 13, 2013
Ref ‘Shoves’ Canes Captain as Super Rugby Stumbles
A bizarre push by a referee on a player only served to add to SANZAR’s woes as Super ...
March 6, 2013
More is Needed From Confident Wallabies
James O'Connor stared as the Wallabies finished their northern tour with an 18—11 victory over the invitation side.
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