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Rugby | International Rugby

Beale to miss Wallabies' tour
Michael Cheika has declined a chance to rush Kurtley Beale into his Wallabies squad for the season-ending tour of Europe after the utility back was disciplined for sending an offensive text message. Read full article
Rowntree purring as Eng's pack settles down
As England scramble to deal with a front-row injury crisis ahead of the November internationals, forwards coach Graham Rowntree is revelling in the settled nature and strength-in-depth of the rest of the pack Read full article
SBW labelled a mercenary
Former All Blacks coach Laurie Mains on Thursday labelled code-hopping rugby star Sonny Bill Williams a mercenary, albeit a supremely talented one. Read full article
Five uncapped players in Wallabies squad
New Australia coach Michael Cheika will have five uncapped players with him when he boards the flight for a four-test tour of Europe on Friday. Read full article
Cheika appointed Australia coach
Michael Cheika was confirmed as the new coach of Australia on Wednesday and immediately charge with leading the Wallabies to a third World Cup triumph in England next year. Read full article
Schmidt selects uncapped quintet
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt included five uncapped players in a 37-man squad announced Tuesday for next month's international programme. Read full article
Tuilagi to miss November internationals
Manu Tuilagi will miss the November internationals after suffering a groin injury during Leicester Tigers' first match in the new European Champions Cup, the Premiership club said on Tuesday. Read full article
Wales call up young prop, drop Jones
Nicky Smith was the only uncapped player named in Warren Gatland's squad for Wales's November internationals but there was no place for 33-year-old British and Irish Lion and former Osprey Adam Jones. Read full article
Larkham turns down role in Aus set-up
Stephen Larkham has turned down the chance of working under the new Wallabies coach on the upcoming tour of Europe to focus on his job at the Brumbies. Read full article
Deans backs Cheika for Wallabies job
"Vested interests" are holding back Australian rugby but Wallabies coach-in-waiting Michael Cheika may be equipped to negotiate the labyrinthine off-field politics, according to Robbie Deans. Read full article
Cheika agrees to take Wallabies job - report
New South Wales Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has agreed in principle to replace Ewen McKenzie in charge of the Australia team, the Australian newspaper reported on Monday. Read full article
Carter, Sonny Bill back for All Blacks
New Zealand welcomed back superstars Dan Carter and Sonny Bill Williams for next month's northern hemisphere tour but dropped pivot Colin Slade, despite his heroics against Australia at the weekend Read full article
USA to have top players for NZ test
The United States has reached an agreement that will allow it to include leading players based in Britain, France and Japan in its team to play New Zealand in a rugby test in Chicago on November 1. Read full article
Kockott called into France squad
Scrumhalf Rory Kockott was called into the France squad to face Fiji, Australia and Argentina next month after the South African qualified to play for his adopted nation through residency rules. Read full article
Desperate search for new Wallabies coach
The hunt was under way for a new Wallabies coach on Sunday after the sensational resignation of Ewen McKenzie in the wake of a heartbreaking 29-28 loss to the All Blacks in Brisbane. Read full article
McKenzie walks on Wallabies after Beale row
Ewen McKenzie always places great stock in the character of the players he works with and ultimately it seems that having his own integrity so publicly questioned caused him to walk away. Read full article
McKenzie quits Wallabies after NZ defeat
Under-fire Australia coach Ewen McKenzie resigned after the Wallabies were beaten 29-28 by world champions New Zealand, the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) said on Saturday. Read full article
All Blacks edge Australia with late try
All Blacks centre Malakai Fekitoa scored a last-minute try which Colin Slade converted to give the world champions a dramatic 29-28 victory over Australia in the third Bledisloe Cup test on Saturday. Read full article
Hooper clarifies Beale comments
Australia captain Michael Hooper was forced to clarify his backing for suspended teammate Kurtley Beale on Friday, the eve of the third Bledisloe Cup test against New Zealand in Brisbane. Read full article
'Swoop' joins the ranks of Wallaby centurions
Robbie Deans once described Adam Ashley-Cooper as the glue that held the Wallabies together and rarely has the versatile back's ability to bring coherence to the side been needed more than in his 100th test. Read full article
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