Wallabies squad named for Tri-Nations tour

The inclusion of three newcomers, and seven uncapped players overall, highlights the Qantas Wallabies squad of 40 that has been released today for this year’s Castrol Edge Rugby Test against…

By Charity Knight THE START of this year’s Tri-Nations will be marred by controversy, as South Africa have withdrawn 21 players from their World Cup training squad for the away…

James Horwill and Richie McCaw

By Charity Knight RIVALRIES REACH their peak this weekend as the Queensland Reds take on the Canterbury Crusaders in an epic battle to become the victors of the 2011 Super…

Phil Waugh will quit after the World Cup

Phil Waugh announced today that he will retire from professional Rugby at the end of 2011. Waugh is the most-capped player in the history of NSW Rugby, and he has…

Waratahs and Wallaby back Berrick Barnes will take an extended break from Rugby commencing immediately. Barnes has been suffering from footballers’ migraines in recent weeks and has spent a number…

Coach David Nucifora has made 10 changes for the Australian Under 20s clash with Fiji in their second match of the pool stages at the IRB Junior World Championships in…

Australian Rugby Union managing director and chief executive John O’Neill and Qantas Wallabies coach Robbie Deans have today both paid tribute to the contribution to the game made by Al…

Behind the scenes with the Wallabies

EVER WONDERED what happens on an international rugby tour? Well now you can find out! Here Australia’s exciting young backs James O’Connor, Quade Cooper and Kurtley Beale give you an…

Australian Rugby Union today confirmed the Qantas Wallabies will head to the Northern Hemisphere after the Rugby World Cup to take on the Barbarians at Twickenham. The Barbarians will be out…