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2dAAP

Slipper: Wallabies respect the All Blacks, haka

Determined to challenge the All Blacks before and after the first whistle, the Wallabies insist their response to the haka is designed to respect, not antagonise, their opponents.

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3dSam Bruce

Wallabies shuffle forwards as Foley goes again

Wallabies coach has brought back promising No. 8 Harry Wilson for this weekend's Rugby Championship finale against the All Blacks, while Bernard Foley has retained his spot at No. 10 for the Eden Park clash.

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4dESPN

Vunivalu, schoolboy in Australia A squad for Japan

Suliasi Vunivalu and Tom Banks headline an Australia A squad for a three-match tour of Japan next month, as the regard newly-signed Waratahs teenager Max Jorgensen is held in became clear on Wednesday.

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6dSam Bruce

Wallabies on Bledisloe drama: 'Need to be better'

The Wallabies say they have taken onboard the lessons of Thursday's night dramatic Bledisloe Cup loss to the All Blacks, insisting they will be better prepared for similar situations should they arise in the future.

9dSam Bruce

Foley 'still trying to digest' Bledisloe drama

Wallabies fly-half Bernard Foley is still trying to process what transpired at Marvel Stadium on Thursday night, revealing there was confusion among his teammates before Mathieu Raynal made the call that will go down in Bledisloe Cup history.

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9dSam Bruce

RA Chairman: We're not bluffing on Super exit

Hamish McLennan believes progress is being made on repairing the trans-Tasman relationship, but the Rugby Australia chairman insists that a domestic only competition remains an option and that Australia won't play "second fiddle" to New Zealand Rugby.

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11dAAP

Wallabies' Koroibete is benchmark: Jordan

Describing him as the benchmark Test winger, Will Jordan knows he will have his hands full trying to contain Wallabies game-breaker Marika Koroibete in Thursday's Bledisloe Cup encounter.

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12dSam Bruce

Gordon, Foley in new-look Wallabies halves pairing

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has wound back the clock once more, turning to Bernard Foley at fly-half for the Bledisloe Cup opener at Marvel Stadium on Thursday night.

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13dAAP

Aussie women's sevens claim triple crown

Australia's all-conquering women's rugby sevens team have won the World Cup in Cape Town, after defeating arch rivals New Zealand in an enthralling final.

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20dSam Bruce

Jekyll and Hyde Wallabies as consistent as a Sydney train

Sensational one week, terrible the next. While ever the Wallabies remain as consistent as Cityrail train in Sydney, the nation will find it very hard to get behind them. And the thinking the Bledisloe drought could end is as wishful thinking as ever.

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21dReuters

Slipper on Wallabies' loss: 'Want the boys to hurt'

Australia captain James Slipper wants his Wallabies teammates to remember the pain inflicted on them by South Africa on Saturday as the world champions claimed a 24-8 Rugby Championship win over their hosts in Sydney.

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22dBrittany Mitchell

Wallabies miss opportunity to make mark on Rugby Championship

In front of a boisterous, sold out crowd in a new stadium, the Wallabies struggled under a relentless Springboks kicking game as they missed another opportunity to make a real mark on the Rugby Championship and their season as a whole.

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22dAAP

Springboks bludgeon Wallabies in bonus-point victory

The Wallabies have missed a golden opportunity to put one hand on the Rugby Championship trophy, brutalised 24-8 by South Africa in the first international sporting event at Sydney's new Allianz Stadium.

2022 Top ScorersRugby Championship

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2022 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS3rd
    Tries Scored 1st New Zealand : 24 Tries Scored
    NZL1st
    17
    24
  • AUS3rd
    Points Difference 1st New Zealand : 67 Points Difference
    NZL1st
    -52
    67