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Cooper calls for Wallaby attitude fix

Amid the scandal rocking the Wallaby team Quade Cooper has said that Australia can beat the All Blacks if they fix their attitudes.
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ARU rubbish Cheika rumours

The Australian Rugby Union is rejecting reports it is preparing to replace Ewen McKenzie as Wallabies coach.
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Cooper returns to Wallabies

Wallabies flyhalf Quade Cooper will return from a lengthy injury lay-off from the bench when Australia tackle New Zealand in Brisbane on Saturday.
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Pumas get first crack at Kiwis

History will be made when the condensed Rugby Championship kicks off next year as the Pumas take on New Zealand in the first game.
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AAC to leave Wallabies after RWC

Adam Ashley-Cooper will leave the Australian Rugby Union after next year's World Cup to play club rugby in Europe
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Hooper looks to calm Aus dissension

Michael Hooper has said Kurtley Beale should not be sacked and has called for a squad honesty session to dispel talk of team disunity.
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Bad boy Beale faces new allegations

BREAKING NEWS: Troubled Wallaby Kurtley Beale faces new allegations of having breached the players' code of conduct.

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ARU to investigate Beale and coach

The ARU's integrity unit is looking to finalise its investigation into the incident involving Kurtley Beale and Di Patston.
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Wallabies an 'absolute shambles'

Pressure is building on coach Ewen McKenzie after the Wallabies' loss to Argentina was described as ill-disciplined and dispirited.

Kerr-Barlow's knee shattered

New Zealand have started the hunt for a new scrumhalf who will travel with the side to the Northern Hemisphere after Tawera Kerr-Barlow suffered a crippling injury.

Bok loss just a 'blip' for All Blacks

New Zealand media dismissed the All Blacks' loss to South Africa as a "minor blip", which confirmed the Boks will be their major threat at the World Cup.

Bok trio might need capes

While Duane Vermeulen has been compared to Thor, the two Springbok flyhalves could both now claim to have superhero alter egos.

Lasers leave Foley seeing red

While Argentina celebrated victory, Australia flyhalf Bernard Foley lashed out at laser beamers after fluffing a simple penalty in Mendoza.

Pichot was Pumas inspiration

Argentina dedicated their first Rugby Championship victory after 16 losses and a draw over three seasons to former star Agustin Pichot.

No excuses for Wallabies

Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie refused to blame off-field distractions for his team's defeat to the Pumas in Mendoza.

Hansen: Boks deserved it

All Black coach Steve Hansen suffered his first defeat against the Springboks, but admitted that the hosts deserved the win at Ellis Park.

Boks tick big All Black box

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer was a satisfied man after his side 'ticked the box' of beating the All Blacks at Ellis Park.
 

Player ratings: Big wobble

OPINION: Jan de Koning rates the Australian players after their shocking 17-21 loss to Argentina.

Fixtures Time
Results Score
Team P W D L Pts
New Zealand 6 4 1 1 22
South Africa 6 4 0 2 19
Australia 6 2 1 3 11
Argentina 6 1 0 5 7