Rugby Union

Wed 25 Apr 2018

‘One of the greatest’: Habana retires

‘One of the greatest’: Habana retires

South Africa's record tryscorer, Bryan Habana, is hanging up his boots at the end of his French Top 14 club Toulon’s season

Fardy short-listed for European player of the year

Fardy short-listed for European player of the year

Leinster forward Scott Fardy is in line to become the first Australian to claim the prestigious European Player of the Year award, making the shortlist

Super W to help Wallaroos close gap on Kiwis

premium_icon Super W to help Wallaroos close gap on Kiwis

THE new battleground of Super W has given the Wallaroos a genuine shot at taking down world champions New Zealand in a two-Test showdown in August.

South African prop gets six-week ban for biting Hardwick

South African prop gets six-week ban for biting Hardwick

BULLS prop Pierre Schoeman has been banned for six weeks for biting Melbourne Rebel Richard Hardwick during their 28-10 Super Rugby win in Pretoria.

Wallabies reveal pre-Bledisloe Cup gamble

premium_icon Wallabies reveal pre-Bledisloe Cup gamble

THE Wallabies will stick to their pre-Bledisloe Cup formula ahead of the opening game against the All Blacks in Sydney. But the same tactic backfired horribly in...

Tue 24 Apr 2018

Rodda: We can’t let Lions bully us

Rodda: We can’t let Lions bully us

YOUNG pack pillar Izack Rodda has urged the Queensland Reds forwards to find another gear on Saturday or risk being bullied off Suncorp Stadium.

Wallaroos, Wallabies to play double-headers

Wallaroos, Wallabies to play double-headers

THE Wallaroos will share limelight with the Wallabies later this year with Sydney and Auckland to host back-to-back international double-headers

All Blacks at loggerheads with Folau over formidable ‘enemy’

All Blacks at loggerheads with Folau over formidable ‘enemy’

ISRAEL Folau appears to be public enemy No.1 in New Zealand, with the All Blacks and Silver Ferns joining forces to release a video on a powerful enemy ‘that cannot...

Mon 23 Apr 2018

Kiwis add more women’s rugby sevens pain

Kiwis add more women’s rugby sevens pain

New Zealand have rubbed salt in the wounds of the Australian women’s rugby sevens team - first defeating them in the latest world series tournament in Japan then...

Tenacious Rangers welcome major home clash

Tenacious Rangers welcome major home clash

A spirited 50-19 victory over Redcliffe on Saturday showed the Rangers have plenty of fighting spirit even with some players away.

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