Scott Allen Columnist

Scott Allen

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About

Scott has been a rugby contributor with The Roar since 2013. After taking some time out to pursue other roles in the game, including coaching Premier Grade with University of Queensland and the Wallaroos at the recent World Cup, he’s returned to give us his insights. You can follow him on Twitter @ScottA_ to hear more from him.

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August 2013
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How the Wallabies went from Bledisloe blunder to flying form

How the Wallabies went from Bledisloe blunder to flying form

8 hours ago

With the Wallabies unbeaten in seven matches, Bledisloe 1 in early August seems like a distant memory.

Should the Wallabies be chasing perfection?

Should the Wallabies be chasing perfection?

20 Oct 2017

Last week I wrote about the Wallabies’ continued struggles with their basic skills.

Can we expect to see changes from the Wallabies?

Can we expect to see changes from the Wallabies?

13 Oct 2017

I hope so but some comments from Michael Cheika this week worry me.

Mark Ella to take over as Wallabies coach?

Mark Ella to take over as Wallabies coach?

4 Oct 2017

Mark Ella is a legend of Australian Rugby and when I picked my best Wallabies team for The Roar in 2014, I chose Ella at flyhalf, despite the fact that he only played 25 Tests before retiring at just 25 years of age.

Did the Wallabies realise they were playing a Test match against Argentina?

Did the Wallabies realise they were playing a Test match against Argentina?

29 Sep 2017

Michael Cheika was sure they didn’t when he was interviewed early in the second half of the recent Test in Canberra against Argentina.

One step forward, a couple back for the Wallabies

One step forward, a couple back for the Wallabies

12 Sep 2017

The first match of this year’s Rugby Championship, in Sydney, was one of the most painful I’ve watched the Wallabies play – the performance was nothing short of embarrassing.