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Jim Morton

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Wallabies face tough trip to Argentina

2 days ago

Rugged flanker Scott Fardy believes the tight-knit Wallabies possess the resilience to cope with the worst road trip in world sport and deny Argentina a historic Rugby Championship victory. Despite falling in a hole at the end of last weekend’s 28-10 loss to South Africa, and undergoing a 24-hour trip to South America, Fardy is […]

Wallabies casualties mount

3 days ago

Wallabies X-factor duo Kurtley Beale and Scott Higginbotham, both kept frustratingly quiet in the Rugby Championship, are poised for starting returns against Argentina next weekend. Injuries to inside centre Matt Toomua (head knock) and No.8 Ben McCalman (shoulder) look set to give Beale and Higginbotham their chances to atone for ineffective efforts off the bench […]

Wobbly finishes will cost Wallabies a World Cup

3 days ago

Furious Wallabies halfback Nick Phipps says 70 minutes of gallant, quality rugby isn’t good enough, and certainly won’t make them a World Cup contender next year. Phipps is lamenting a wasted opportunity at Newlands on the weekend, wilting in the last 10 minutes as South Africa flexed its muscles for a 28-10 Rugby Championship win. […]

Wallabies wilt under late Boks surge

Wallabies wilt under late Boks surge

4 days ago

A monumental rugby win slipped through Australia’s fingers at Newlands on Saturday, the Wallabies lacking the composure needed to upset a fast-finishing South Africa. The gallant Australians led by two points with 11 minutes left but the Springboks stormed home – running riot with three tries – for a 28-10 victory after snatching the lead […]

McKenzie furious with Wallabies' poor finish

4 days ago

Angry Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie rued poor composure and criticised his bench after a monumental Test upset slipped through Australia’s fingers at Newlands on Saturday. The Wallabies showed great character and tenacity to lead by two points with 11 minutes left but South Africa stormed home – running riot with three tries – for a […]

Wallabies confident of win in the Republic

5 days ago

South African rugby has put a lid on simmering racial tensions but the Wallabies are incensed by on-field dramas as they chase a monumental Test victory at Newlands. Australia start as rank underdogs as they aim to break a 22-year Cape Town drought early Sunday morning (AEST) and go into the clash fed up with […]

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