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Wallabies to spoil All Black party?

REACTION: Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie made it clear Australia will not hand New Zealand the world record on a silver platter.

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Speight gets his Wallaby call

Fijian-born wing Henry Speight has been included an Australia squad for the Rugby Championship against New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina.

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Wallabies allocated to NRC clubs

The ARU allocated all the Wallaby players to clubs for the inaugural year of the country's new domestic competition, the National Rugby Championship.

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Beale: Union v League tug-of-war

A possible career switch for Wallabies utility back, Kurtley Beale, has sparked a tussle between rugby union and rugby league for his services.

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Perth Spirit to finalise local talent

Local Pindan Premier Grade players as well as club players will be trying to be included in the 33-man Perth Spirit squad ahead of the inaugural National Rugby Championship next month.

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Aussies find the 'missing link'

Australian Rugby Union (ARU) CEO Bill Pulver believes that the new National Rugby Championships (NRC) will provide the 'missing link' in Australian rugby.

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Queensland to double up in NRC

The Queensland Rugby Union will field two teams in the inaugural Australian National Rugby Championship this year.
 

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Beale: Will ARU step in?

The Australian Rugby Union may have to get involved in a bidding war for the services of Wallaby utility back Kurtley Beale.

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Honey Badger cashes in his chips

Wallabies and Western Force wing Nick Cummins has been granted an early release from his contract to play in Japan at the end of the Super Rugby season.

Why Tomane is staying on for more

Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie believes Joe Tomane will soon be back in the selection frame for the national team.

Who can live with NZ pace and power?

New Zealand remain the benchmark in international rugby, with their famed 'pace and power' simply too much for most teams.

McKenzie wants heroes to stay

Israel Folau has caused a stir with indecision on his own future, stating that short-term sabbaticals could be an incentive to keep top players in Australia.

Player ratings: Rot has set in

French rugby is in a sad, sad state. The rot has truly set in under the tutelage of Philippe Saint-André.

Player ratings: One-way traffic

Australia completed a 3-0 series whitewash over a very poor French team, beating Les Bleus 39-13 in Sydney on Saturday.

Wallabies finish France off

The Wallabies completed a series whitewash against France by handing the visitors a comprehensive 39-13 defeat in the third Test in Sydney on Saturday.

Wallabies ready to run wild

Australia are set to take an all-out attacking approach into their third and final Test against France in Sydney on Saturday.

Preview: Australia v France

Australia may have the series wrapped up, but the French have shown they have some grit about them. In this final rubber there is still plenty to prove.

Race to fitness for French stars

Four of France's leading players, including scrum-half Morgan Parra and centre Mathieu Bastareaud, are struggling to be fit for their final Test against Australia.