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Brumbies start finals week dealing with vital injuries
The ACT Brumbies could head to their biggest test of the Super Rugby Pacific without some key personnel after a pair of Wallaby hopefuls were injured in their win against Melbourne on Friday night.
Brumbies book home final with comfortable Rebels win
The ACT Brumbies will play a home Super Rugby Pacific quarter-final while the Melbourne Rebels' season is over, after the Canberra side ended the regular season with a 33-17 win.
Blues dent Highlanders' playoff hopes with gritty Eden Park win
The Auckland Blues opened the final weekend of the Super Rugby Pacific regular season with a 16-9 home win over the Otago Highlanders on Friday that severely dented the visitors' playoff hopes and opened the door for three of their rivals.
Friday Rugby Five: Quade's cash pinched in London
It was a great Barbarians week for Quade Cooper, that was at least until he had cash stolen and his luggage lost. Meanwhile, could Eddie Jones quit the Wallabies after the World Cup?
100 days to go: Assessing the Wallabies' World Cup road to France
The countdown to this year's Rugby World Cup has reached the 100-day mark. So how do things look for the Wallabies, from positional depth to Super Rugby form and injuries, and some off-field factors still to be determined?
Eddie lauds Skelton, signals Giteau Law change
Wallabies coach Eddie Jones has given the strongest indication yet he plans to pick Will Skelton in his Rugby World Cup squad, declaring the La Rochelle forward to be "probably the best right-hand-side lock in the world."
How and where to watch the NBA Finals
ESPN's coverage of the NBA Finals begins with Game 1 on Friday June 2 at 10.30am and you can catch all the action at Australia's Premier Sports Bar & Grill and Official ESPN venue - The Sporting Globe.
Vunvialu re-signs with Rugby Australia, Reds
Winger Suliasi Vunvialu has re-signed with Rugby Australia and Queensland Rugby through to the end of 2025.
Reds' Wilson blasts 'disrespectful' referee
Queensland Reds backrower Harry Wilson has blasted referee Bredon Pickerill for his handling of their last gasp loss to the Highlanders on Friday night, labelling his treatment of Connor Vest's serious neck injury as 'disrespectful'.
Fractured neck for Vest as Reds injuries pile up
Queensland Reds flanker Conner Vest suffered a fractured neck while co-captain Liam Wright has also been ruled out for the season after a dramatic loss to the Highlanders.
Explosive Wallabies fullback re-signs
Australia's back three stocks have been bolstered yet again with Brumbies fullback Tom Wright putting pen to paper and re-signing with Australian rugby until the end of 2025.
Olympic sevens tilt an option for Wallabies' Hooper
Michael Hooper is set to play his final game for the Waratahs in the coming weeks, but his plan for next year could yet include a crack at the Paris Olympics. Meanwhile, Levi Aumua's switch to the Crusaders has raised eyebrows in Super Rugby.
Eddie, Quade and Kerevi: Why Aussie eyes will be trained on Twickenham
The most intriguing rugby fixture with Australian involvement this weekend does not come from Super Rugby Pacific. It is, instead, found in south-west London where two veteran Wallabies will team up for the Barbarians.
Aussie men's sevens qualify for Paris Olympics
Australia's rugby sevens men have booked their ticket to the Olympic Games but only after a dramatic afternoon at Twickenham described by their skipper as "one of the biggest roller-coasters ever".
Allianz Stadium lights up as Tahs' blue wall becomes unbreachable
The Waratahs have brought out some Fijian flair of their own while putting on a defensive masterclass to retain their place in the top eight and light up Allianz Stadium in their 32-18 win over the Fijian Drua on Saturday night.
Wallaroos skipper Parry retires on a winning note
The Wallaroos sent captain Shannon Parry into retirement on a successful note, charging to a 22-5 win over Fijiana in the women's rugby Test at Sydney's Allianz Stadium.
Rugby Friday Five: Folau doco shines light on dark days, Abbott slams RA Voice stance
In stories you may have missed this week, the first part of the hotly anticipated Israel Folau documentary dropped, a former PM has called out Rugby Australia's stance on the Voice, and a five-year ban has been handed down for a disgraceful act out west.
Shannon Parry leaves gold jersey in better place as she calls time on her playing career
Arguably one of Australian women's rugby's most recognisable and influential figures, Wallaroos captain Shannon Parry has called time on a decade-long career that's included a World Cups and an Olympic gold medal, but her lasting legacy is so much more.
Super -- Not So Super -- Rugby R12: Reds serve up humble pie, Corey hotline on speed dial
The Reds had plenty of people eating humble pie over the weekend after they ended their decade-long winless streak in New Zealand, while Corey Toole continues to be a one-man highlight reel, and the Rebels failed to live up to expectations again.
Missing piece falls into place but full 80-minute performance still eludes Tahs
The Waratahs were all smiles while breathing a sigh of relief on Saturday night as the third ingredient, their attack, finally clicked and they punished the Rebels as they continue to hunt for a full 80-minute performance.
Waratahs punish ill-disciplined Rebels in Super Rugby
The NSW Waratahs have regained the Weary Dunlop Shield and dealt Melbourne's Super Rugby Pacific finals hopes a potentially fatal blow with a spirited 38-20 comeback win in Sydney.
Crusaders edge Blues, move to third
The Crusaders have scored a single try in each half to beat the Blues 15-3 in an edgy, pivotal match in Super Rugby Pacific.
Hurricanes blow away Moana Pasifika in Super Rugby rout
Moana Pasifika have been overrun in Wellington, where the Hurricanes scored their first try inside two minutes and added 10 more in a record 71-22 win, their eighth victory from 11 matches.
Rugby Friday Five: Lowered tackle height comes to Aus, Petaia's World Cup on knife's edge
In stories you may have missed this week, Jordan Petaia's World Cup dreams are on a knife's edge, World Rugby lower tackle height to come to Australia and the 38-metre maul try that would have New Zealand great Wayne Smith weeping.
Eddie Jones finalises Wallabies coaching panel
Eddie Jones has recruited Brad Davis from London Irish to run the Wallabies' attack in the final appointment for what the coach describes as his World Cup "smash and grab".
2022 The Rugby Championship Table
2022 Top ScorersThe Rugby Championship
2022 RankingsThe Rugby Championship
- AUS3rdTries Scored 1st New Zealand : 24 Tries ScoredNZL1st1724
- AUS3rdPoints Difference 1st New Zealand : 67 Points DifferenceNZL1st-5267