Wallaby vice-captain Quade Cooper says his passion for boxing is growing after a fourth round knockout win in his second professional fight.
Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper declared on the eve of his second professional bout that boxing has boosted his rugby career and he has no intention of stopping.
Brumbies wing Henry Speight will be eligible for a Wallaby jumper in 2014, with the IRB ruling the Fijian-born player will be available for Australia from September 11.
Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper is not about to give up his dream of making a success of both his rugby and boxing careers.
Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie has backed the Brumbies to build on their appearance in the Super Rugby Final last season.
Australia's best emerging talent will compete against national representative teams from Fiji, Japan, Samoa, Tonga and Argentina in the 2014 IRB Pacific Rugby Cup (PRC).
Quade Cooper says he’s flattered to be considered a candidate for the Australian captaincy and will look to continue where he left off last season.
The ARU received 41 Expressions of Interest from across the country for this year's National Rugby Championship.
Scrumhalf Will Genia says that the Wallabies captaincy is the furthest thing from his mind as he prepares for another Super Rugby season with the Reds.
Quade Cooper’s remarkable return could culminate with him becoming the next Wallaby captain after Ben Mowen’s shock decision to quit Australian rugby.
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