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Aus fans asked to be realistic
Australian rugby is hungry for success but Wallabies fans need to have realistic expectations about winning the Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup this year. Read full article
Cooper hungry for Australia test call-up
Australian playmaker Quade Cooper on Wednesday said that he was desperate to end almost a year of exile from international rugby but was taking nothing for granted. Read full article
Wallabies lose Polota-Nau and Kimlin to injury
Australia hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau and loose forward Peter Kimlin have been forced to drop out of the Wallabies training squad for the Rugby Championship through injury. Read full article
McKenzie to encourage 'Australian way'
New Australian coach Ewen McKenzie promised to encourage his players to express themselves on the pitch and win matches through skill the "Australian way". Read full article
McKenzie finalises Wallabies coaching setup
The Wallabies have finalised their coaching team for this month's Rugby Championship with Jim McKay to be the attack coach under Ewen McKenzie, the Australian Rugby Union said on Monday. Read full article
‘Wallabies can win the Bledisloe back’
New Australia coach Ewen McKenzie believes his Wallabies players have no reason to feel inferior to their New Zealand counterparts. Read full article
Weepu dumped, McCaw back
Veteran scrumhalf Piri Weepu has been dumped from the All Blacks for the Rugby Championship, with the squad named Sunday including one new face and marking the return of captain Richie McCaw. Read full article
McCaw, Faumuina back in All Blacks plans
Richie McCaw has been brought back immediately into the All Blacks setup after his return from a break from rugby as New Zealand begin their preparations for next month's Rugby Championship. Read full article
McKenzie tells Beale to fix shoulder
Wallabies fullback Kurtley Beale has been ruled out for the year after being told by new coach Ewen McKenzie to have an operation on his shoulder and come back fit and healthy next year. Read full article
Cooper in McKenzie's first squad
Flyhalf Quade Cooper came in from the cold on Friday when Ewen McKenzie named his first squad as Wallabies coach after replacing Robbie Deans in the wake of the series defeat to the British and Irish Lions. Read full article
Cooper could get Wallaby reprieve
Maverick Queensland Reds playmaker Quade Cooper is likely to see his Wallaby career resurrected under Ewen McKenzie as the new coach seeks to transform the team into a more attacking unit. Read full article
NZ deadline looms large for McKenzie
Ewen McKenzie has only six weeks to revive a demoralized Australia ahead of their first Rugby Championship clash with New Zealand. Read full article
Contepomi, Tiesi added to Arg Championship squad
Felipe Contepomi, who captained Argentina in the unsuccessful two-test series against England this month, has been added to the Pumas' squad for the southern hemisphere Rugby championship. Read full article
NZ skipper McCaw faces switch decision
Resting All Blacks captain Richie McCaw was confirmed on Sunday to have returned to the side for the first Rugby Championship test against Australia in August, but not necessarily as openside flanker. Read full article
Henry to help Pumas again
World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry will again help the Pumas prepare for the southern hemisphere Rugby Championship this year, the Argentine Rugby Union (UAR) said on Wednesday. Read full article
NZ begin Rugby Championship defence in Sydney
New Zealand will begin the defence of their Rugby Championship crown against Australia in Sydney on Aug. 17, organisers said on Tuesday. Read full article
Rugby Champs 2012: Year in Pictures
The inaugural Castle Rugby Championship started off with victory for the Springboks under new coach Heyneke Meyer. Read full article
All Blacks in a different league
The first Castle Rugby Championship ended at the weekend with the teams finishing in the positions most critics would have predicted at the start of a season where the All Blacks were always the favourites. Read full article
Wallabies too strong in Rosario
Australia wing Digby Ioane scored a superb mid-second half try to set up a 25-19 triumph over Argentina in Rosario on Saturday in a penalty-saturated final match of the Rugby Championship season. Read full article
Pumas seek balance in search of winning finale
If Argentina are to beat Australia and finish with a victory in their first Rugby Championship on Saturday they must emulate the 2007 Pumas. Read full article
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