Josh Navidi: Injured Cardiff flanker set to miss Six Nations

Cardiff back row Josh Navidi is set to miss the Six Nations after undergoing shoulder surgery

Marika Koroibete to miss Wallabies’ spring tour of Japan and UK

Popular winger Marika Koroibete has chosen to miss the Wallabies’ spring tour of Japan and the UK in order to spend time with his young family.

‘Big shoes to fill’: Koroibete ruled out of Wallabies’ spring tour

The Japan-bound winger has played his last Test for the Wallabies after deciding to stay in Australia for family reasons before taking up a new contract with the Panasonic Wild Knights.

Koroibete to miss Wallabies tour

Popular winger Marika Koroibete has chosen to miss the Wallabies’ spring tour of Japan and the UK in order to spend time with his young family.

The five Wallabies who need a good spring tour

Dave Rennie’s squad is becoming increasingly competitive - and there are several fringe players who are in danger of falling out of the Test picture.


All Blacks

Perese grateful for second chance in rugby

Izaia Perese is grateful for the second chance offered to him by rugby union after his failed and controversial rugby league stint with the Brisbane Broncos.

Cane eyeing All Blacks return in Washington

New Zealand captain Sam Cane is relishing his return to the All Blacks squad after overcoming injury to potentially line up against the United States in Washington this month.

Statement game: Wallabies must win at Twickenham to prove they’re a force again

For Australia fans, if you can’t beat the All Blacks then beating England in front of their blazer brigade goes pretty close to matching it.

Lolesio left at home by Wallabies

Brumbies flyhalf Noah Lolesio is a shock omission from the Wallabies 37-man squad to tour Japan and the United Kingdom.

World Cup

The two decisions set to define a decade of Australian rugby

Australia would appear to be in the box seat to host the 2027 Rugby World Cup with attention now turning to who will be at the Wallabies’ helm come the showpiece tournament.

Sarah Hunter: Rugby World Cup in New Zealand will be ‘a different level’

England captain Sarah Hunter says next year's Rugby World Cup will be a "different level" to previous tournaments.

SBW: ‘I had so many drugs in my system’

Sonny Bill Williams has revealed a doctor once told him he could have died because he had “so many drugs” in his system after a wild weekend of partying.

My Rugby Championship team of the tournament highlights Wallabies’ progress

It’s not quite the magical formula of five or six world-class players needed to win a World Cup, but it is certainly a step in the right direction for Dave Rennie.

Kerevi is Wallabies’ centre of attention

Birthday boy Samu Kerevi has shut down suggestions he’s the world’s best centre, but the former Queensland Reds captain admits he’s better equipped for his second coming as a Wallaby.

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