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What would Michael Hooper’s Wallaby career been like had David Pocock never been injured?

What would Michael Hooper's Wallaby career been like had David Pocock never been injured?

19 Sep 2016

Wallaby David Pocock’s rotten run of injuries took another turn last Saturday night against the Pumas in Perth when he broke his hand to rule him out of the rest of the Rugby Championship.

When Will Genia fires, the Wallabies fire

When Will Genia fires, the Wallabies fire

18 Sep 2016

The Wallabies started their clash last night with the Pumas in Perth as if it was a ODI, piling on 21 unanswered points in the first 12 minutes, with dynamic halfback Will Genia directing traffic.

The Pumas are playing better Wallaby rugby than the Wallabies

The Pumas are playing better Wallaby rugby than the Wallabies

17 Sep 2016

After the Wallabies come-from-behind win over the Boks 23-17 last week, Michael Cheika made a very pertinent point at the media conference.

Does anyone care if Hewitt can control Kyrgios and Tomic?

Does anyone care if Hewitt can control Kyrgios and Tomic?

16 Sep 2016

The answer is an emphatic ‘yes’. Lleyton Hewitt leads Australia into a must win Davis Cup tie against Slovakia at the Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney, starting today.

Douglas is gone, but can Lopeti Timani get a Wallabies debut this time?

Douglas is gone, but can Lopeti Timani get a Wallabies debut this time?

15 Sep 2016

Just when you thought Michael Cheika was in a pick-and-stick selection situation after beating the Springboks, lock Kane Douglas has been axed with backrower Lopeti Timani and winger Henry Speight on the bench for the Pumas’ clash in Perth on Saturday night.

Woeful Warriors have no place in the NRL

Woeful Warriors have no place in the NRL

14 Sep 2016

Pro-rata to population, New Zealand must be the best sporting nation on the planet.

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