Rugby

Waratahs sign Karmichael Hunt on 1-year deal

Jan 21, 2019

The New South Wales Waratahs have thrown former Wallabies fullback Karmichael Hunt a career lifeline by signing him on a one-year Super Rugby contract

John Thornett, Hall of Fame Wallabies forward, dies at 83

Jan 4, 2019

Rugby Australia says versatile international forward and former Wallabies captain John Thornett has died at age 83

Michael Cheika to stay as Wallabies coach through World Cup

Dec 17, 2018

Cheika stays as Wallabies coach through 2019 World Cup but has new supervisor

A-League to ask FIFA for stadium, TV broadcasts of VAR

Oct 24, 2018

Australia's A-League is hoping FIFA will allow video-assisted referee (VAR) decisions to be shown on television broadcasts and on stadium video boards so that contentious calls don't seem like a "silent movie."

Utility back Hodge out of Wallaby tour with broken ankle

Oct 21, 2018

Utility back Reece Hodge has been ruled out of Australia's four season-ending rugby tests after breaking his ankle in training

Kerevi back for Wallabies, 3 uncapped players also in squad

Oct 18, 2018

Center Samu Kerevi has been recalled from injury and three uncapped players have been included in Australia's 31-man squad for the third Bledisloe Cup test against New Zealand in Japan on Oct. 27

East to west, Rugby Australia switches venue for Bledisloe

Oct 11, 2018

Rugby Australia is moving one of the Bledisloe Cup matches to the west coast next year, hoping that a change from the traditional venues will bring about a change in the Wallabies' fortunes against a dominant New Zealand in the annual series

New captain Inglis suspended after DUI charge

Oct 2, 2018

Australia's new rugby league captain Greg Inglis was suspended on Tuesday for the forthcoming two-test tour of New Zealand after being charged with mid-range drink driving just hours after his appointment

Inglis to captain Kangaroos against New Zealand, Tonga

Oct 1, 2018

Greg Inglis takes over from Cameron Smith as Kangaroos captain

Sydney Roosters win NRL grand final 21-6 over Melbourne

Sep 30, 2018

The Sydney Roosters led 18-0 at halftime and went on to beat the Melbourne Storm 21-6 in the National Rugby League grand final on Sunday

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