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8dReuters

Waratahs coach Rob Penney's COVID-19 ordeal

New South Wales Waratahs coach Rob Penney almost did not make it back to Australia last Sunday but has now got used to coaching a group of "sausages" while being confined to quarantine.

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14dESPN Staff

RA hope for rosy future under McLennan

After a tumultuous six weeks that saw the resignations of CEO Raelene Castle and director PeterWiggs, Rugby Australia has a new figurehead - former News Corp and Channel Ten executive Hamish McLennan.

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17dESPN staff

French club confirms signing of Wallaby star Beale

One of the worst kept secrets in Australian rugby has been confirmed, with French club Racing 92 announcing the signing of Wallabies veteran Kurtley Beale on a two-year deal.

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23dSam Bruce

Provincial Unions rally behind RA, McLean; NSW aside

Rugby Australia and chairman Paul McLean have received a timely vote of confidence amid the code's disastrous current predicament with the nation's provincial Unions united in their support ... all those except for New South Wales.

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28dSam Bruce

Young Tah Harrison bouyed by building Super start

Will Harrison has taken encouragement from All Blacks ace Aaron Cruden on board as he continues to work hard during Super Rugby's hiatus, the young No. 10 also providing another alternate viewpoint on the competition's structure.

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29dSam Bruce

'Tough conversations': How Hooper navigated the Folau minefield

Michael Hooper has opened up on the "tough conversations" he was forced to have with a fractured playing group as the Israel Folau saga, a situation he admits he struggled to deal with as Wallabies captain.

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45dAAP

Waratahs rugby players to be paid in full

The NSW Waratahs will be paid in full on Wednesday, despite an agreement yet to be reached between Rugby Australia and the players' union.

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45dAAP

No Easter pay deal for rugby

An anticipated Easter resolution to the pay talks between Rugby Australia and the players' union hasn't eventuated by early Monday evening, with the clock now ticking especially loud for the NSW Waratahs.

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57dSam Bruce and Brittany Mitchell

The Wallabies trial to replace the July Test window

It looks increasingly likely that the July Test series won't go ahead. Rugby Australia is desperate for some sort of content through the middle of the year, so why not stage a Wallabies trial series ... with a twist.

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71dSam Bruce and Brittany Mitchell

Dave Rennie's Wallabies: Two ways to select his first squad

Dave Rennie has more playing options than you might think, and a decision to make on whether he opts for immediate overhaul or more gradual change. We've helped him out with either path using the 10-5 split.

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73dAAP

Rugby Australia postpones media rights process

Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle says ongoing government restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus could put extreme financial pressure on her organisation and they have suspended their media rights process.

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73dSam Bruce

Aussie comp a reality if Super Rugby proves untenable

If a resumption of Super Rugby proves too difficult due to ongoing border restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, Rugby Australia chief Raelene Castle has confirmed a domestic tournament could run in its place.

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74dAAP

Brumbies thrash Tahs in final Super outing

The Brumbies have overcome a serious injury to skipper Allan Alaalatoa to run away with a 47-14 victory over the NSW Waratahs in their Super Rugby derby in Canberra

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80dSam Bruce

Hooper: Waratahs missing breakdown trick

Waratahs veteran Michael Hooper says his side are missing a breakdown "trick" and need to adapt to referee interpretations to get better reward at the tackle.

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85dSam Bruce and Brittany Mitchell

Is it time RA updated the Giteau Law?

The Giteau Law is reportedly under heavy discussion at Rugby Australia, but can the governing body really afford to loosen its Wallabies eligibility reins? And is Dan McKellar ready to make the jump to Test level? This and more in our weekly Round Table.

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78dSam Bruce and Brittany Mitchell

Who's impressed, who'll rise and what to do with coronavirus?

We're a third of the way through Super Rugby's regular season, so who has really impressed so far this season and who could be set for a rise up the ladder over the coming weeks?

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91dBrittany Mitchell

Perseverance pays dividends in Tahs opening win

Waratahs coach Rob Penney has breathed a sigh of relief after perseverance in a maligned offload game paid off for his side as they recorded a bonus point 29-17 victory in their first win of 2020 and lifted themselves off the bottom of the table.

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91dAAP

Super Rugby games relocated to Australia

The Brumbies' Super Rugby match against the Sunwolves has been relocated from Osaka to Wollongong while Brisbane will also host an additional match due to the coronavirus.

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91dAAP

Hooper has no regrets over Folau saga

Wallabies captain Michael Hooper says he is unaware of players being gagged during the Israel Folau saga and doesn't believe the episode was disruptive to Australia's World Cup campaign.

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104d

Winless Waratahs 'in a hole' amid worst ever start

Waratahs skipper Rob Simmons has conceded his team are "in a hole" after their winless start to the Super Rugby season continued with a demoralising loss to the Melbourne Rebels.

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105dAAP

Rebels down Tahs to earn first Super win

The Melbourne Rebels have dominated the Waratahs for a 24-10 victory to earn their first Super Rugby win of the season.

2020 RankingsSuper Rugby

  • WARAT11th
    Tries Scored 1st Queensland Reds : 32 Tries Scored
    REDS1st
    15
    32
  • WARAT14th
    Points Difference 1st Brumbies : 93 Points Difference
    BRUMB1st
    -110
    93