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Rugby | Castle Rugby Championship

Resting ABs backfired - Henry
New Zealand coach Graham Henry conceded that his ploy to rest players in the lead-up to the Tri-Nations decider had back-fired spectacularly when the All Blacks lost to the Wallabies on Saturday. Read full article
Wallabies break Tri-Nations drought
Australia blasted NZ in a blitzkrieg first half then withstood a withering fightback to win the Tri-Nations title on Saturday with a 25-20 win that came with a bonus shot of confidence ahead of the World Cup. Read full article
Boxer hits out at SBW omission
Efforts to get Sonny Bill Williams to renew his New Zealand rugby contract have taken a new twist with Williams's ally boxer Anthony Mundine taking a swipe at the All Blacks coaches. Read full article
Baptism of fire for Horwill
Any hope James Horwill had for a honeymoon period as the new Wallabies captain were rudely dashed by a snoozing team mate who could not raise himself after a night on the town. Read full article
Genia cleared for Tri-Nations decider
Influential scrum-half Will Genia has been cleared to play for the Wallabies in the Castle Tri-Nations' decider against New Zealand in Brisbane on Saturday. Read full article
Thomson wary of motivated Elsom
All Blacks flanker Adam Thomson says his Wallabies opposite number Rocky Elsom could pose a renewed threat to New Zealand in the deciding Castle Tri-Nations match on Saturday. Read full article
SBW second best to Nonu-Henry
Sonny Bill Williams is up against the world's best number 12 Ma'a Nonu and is not guaranteed a run-on spot in the All Blacks' team for next month's World Cup, coach Graham Henry said on Thursday. Read full article
Henry taunts Wallabies
All Blacks coach Graham Henry has given Australia added incentive before their Castle Tri-Nations title decider by asking if the Wallabies have ever won the southern hemisphere trophy. Read full article
Wallabies out to end Tri-Nations drought
Australia head into Saturday's Tri-Nations decider bidding to end a 10-year title drought in the tournament, while opponents New Zealand are looking to return to winning ways. Read full article
All Blacks back in full force for Tri-Nations decider
New Zealand coach Graham Henry has named a near full-strength line-up for the Tri-Nations title decider against Australia on Saturday, recalling captain Richie McCaw. Read full article
Ref wrong to block Aus sub - IRB
Alain Rolland was wrong not to allow Australia to make a late substitution and finish their match against SA with 15 men, the IRB said hours after backing the officials' original decision. Read full article
Australia make changes for Tri-Nations decider
Australia coach Robbie Deans recalled centre Anthony Fainga'a and forwards Dan Vickerman and Radike Samo on Tuesday for the Castle Tri-Nations decider against New Zealand in Brisbane. Read full article
Aus teammates' drunken fight 'wasn't serious'
Quade Cooper and Kurtley Beale have denied anything sinister about a fight involving three young Australia backs in Paris. Read full article
Wallabies allegedly involved in drunken brawl
The Wallabies' three most exciting backline stars engaged in a drunken brawl in Paris last November, it was alleged on Monday, threatening to disrupt Australia's Rugby World Cup campaign. Read full article
O'Connor to miss NZ clash
Wallabies back James O'Connor will miss Saturday's Castle Tri-Nations decider against New Zealand after being handed a one-week suspension for failing to attend a World Cup squad unveiling function Read full article
Wallaby O'Connor to explain no-show
Wallabies youngster James O'Connor could miss next week's Bledisloe Cup showdown with the All Blacks in Brisbane after missing a public team appearance in Sydney. Read full article
Another Du Preez fan club in town
All Black assistant coach Wayne Smith reckons that Fourie du Preez is the best player that his team has had to prepare against in the last eight years -- and his scrumhalf Jimmy Cowan agrees with him. Read full article
Kiwis regard Boks as the benchmark
The selection of an experimental side for Saturday’s clash in Port Elizabeth can be seen as an indication of just how massive an obstacle the Springboks remain to the All Black team on South African soil. Read full article
All Blacks fringe given World Cup chance
New Zealand coach Graham Henry remained true to his word to give as many players as possible a chance to press for inclusion in his World Cup squad when he named the All Blacks side on Thursday. Read full article
Dagg aims for World Cup spot
All Blacks fullback Israel Dagg hopes to seize his chance to get into the World Cup squad after recovering from a rare injury when New Zealand take on South Africa in a Tri-Nations test on Saturday. Read full article
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