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Is it possible to pick the perfect World Cup squad?

Is it possible to pick the perfect World Cup squad?

8 hours ago

The Wallabies are about to play their final tune-up match before the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England. Before I preview the game against the USA Eagles at Soldier Field, Chicago, I’ll run through a few thoughts on the All Blacks’ squad.

Wallabies squad isn’t that bad, and Hayne delivers for the ARU

Wallabies squad isn't that bad, and Hayne delivers for the ARU

26 Aug 2015

We are in the nitpicking stage. During this fallow period between the end of the Rugby Championship and start of the World Cup we are reduced to pulling on loose threads and pondering.

Where does another familiar-feeling Bledisloe loss leave the Wallabies?

Where does another familiar-feeling Bledisloe loss leave the Wallabies?

19 Aug 2015

Ah, that old Wallabies-fan feeling. It’s back. The bitter taste of blood in your saliva as the cloud slowly clears from your vision and you realise you were kicked in the teeth.

Wallabies deliver a birthday surprise, but beware the return match

Wallabies deliver a birthday surprise, but beware the return match

12 Aug 2015

That’s the thing about sports tickets as a birthday present. You never know quite how much the present you’re giving is worth.

The Wallabies’ World Cup begins this weekend

The Wallabies' World Cup begins this weekend

5 Aug 2015

The Wallabies need to treat this weekend’s Bledisloe Cup match like the first round of their outsider’s tilt at winning the World Cup.

Six Wallaby lessons after their blades of glory

Six Wallaby lessons after their blades of glory

22 Jul 2015

I haven’t written about the Wallabies set up often this year, despite it being a World Cup year. I’ve tried to enjoy the games as they come, without devaluing them by looking straight past them.

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