Posts Tagged "Wallabies"
Quade Cooper. The mention of that name alone ignites passionate debate between rugby fans in Australia, New Zealand and around the globe.
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Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie says there’s no point making excuses for the toughest draw in the Rugby Championship, with the double-header opener against the All Blacks here to stay.
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Australia beat Wales last weekend in an exciting clash that showcased a marked improvement in execution and decision-making in a year that has been difficult for the Wallabies – to say the least.
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The Wallabies have sent a warning. After completing their Spring Tour, they have shown a lot of improvement – perhaps even enough to compete with the big guns.
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English rugby referee Wayne Barnes may still be the Wallabies’ favourite whistle-blower after that breathtaking win against Wales in Cardiff, but how different it would have been had his late sin-binning of playmaker Quade Cooper brought Australia undone.
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The Wallabies will once again open their Rugby Championship campaign with the heavy task of taking down the All Blacks.
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The Wallabies match against Wales to conclude the 2013 EOYT was an outstanding Test match. It had everything: sublime attacking skills, bone-jarring defence, desperation and even a little controversy.
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The win in Cardiff on Saturday night, even if the final score was closer than how the game played out, was just about the perfect way for the Wallabies to finish 2013.
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In three tumultuous months, Ewen McKenzie has done what he was hired to do – reinvigorate the Wallabies and lay the platform for 2015 World Cup success.
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Wales flanker Dan Lydiate concedes Quade Cooper – one of “the best players in the world” – got the better of his side, but is confident his teammates will be ready to topple Australia soon.
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Melbourne Rebels fullback Jason Woodward is hoping to take another step towards becoming a Wallaby when he runs out for his second Super Rugby season next year.
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There are 101 countries playing international rugby of a sort, the IRB rankings pretty much tell the story.
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At the end of a traumatic year and an extremely hard tour of the northern hemisphere, the Wallabies, with their 30 – 26 victory over Wales have finished off with a bang. The victory against Wales has given them a rare winning streak of four victories in a row.
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Wales against Australia has always been an excellent game whether played in Cardiff or in Sydney. Tonight’s game at the Millennium Stadium was certainly no different.
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7/10. That’s my score for Ewen McKenzie in his first year as coach of the Wallabies.
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All I’ve been hearing about lately are the Wallaby prospects for the 2015 Rugby World Cup that is 655 days away. This columnist won’t be mentioning the tournament for at least 600 of them.
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Barry John says Wales’ latest defeat by Australia has left them with a “World Cup-sized headache” ahead of the England 2015 edition of rugby union’s global showpiece.
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Johnathan Thurston was man of the match in an emphatic 34-2 annihilation of New Zealand to regain the Rugby League World Cup at Old Trafford.
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Redeemed playmaker Quade Cooper produced a man-of-the-match display in his 50th Test as the Wallabies broke Welsh hearts once again with a pulsating 30-26 victory at Millennium Stadium.
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Australia’s final match of the Spring Tour isn’t quite a quest for an All Blacks-style perfect year, but the Wallabies will be keen to continue the Welsh misery at the hands of men in gold. Join us for live scores and banter as the Wallabies take on the Welsh.
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