Wallabies and Waratahs hooker Tolu Latu has been interviewed by Rugby Australia’s integrity unit over an alleged drink driving offence, but no outcome has been announced.
Reports in The Daily Telegraph on Saturday hours before Latu was scheduled to play for NSW against Queensland in Brisbane, alleged he was found asleep behind the wheel of a car with a blood alcohol level of 0.135 last Thursday.
Police will allege he was also driving on a suspended licence and will front Downing Centre Local Court on June 6.
The Wallabies believe they can get winger Reece Hodge off his dangerous tackle charge at the Rugby World Cup ahead of Sunday’s clash with Wales. Michael Cheika is confident officials won’t want to make an example of Wallabies winger Reece Hodge at his judicial hearing, although Wales coach Warren Gatland has playfully hinted he disagrees. […]
The 2019 Rugby World Cup is underway in Japan with 16 sides opening their accounts over the first four days with a mix of nail-biting thrillers, expected results and entertaining clashes to give fans a taste of what’s to come throughout the tournament.
It was another massive week in sport, with our AFL grand finalists being decided for 2019, the NRL preliminary final picture being made clear and the Wallabies clearing their first Rugby World Cup hurdle.