IN PICS: Wallaroos vs Black Ferns
In the opening match of the big rugby double header at ANZ Stadium in Sydney yesterday, the Australian women did slightly better against New Zealand than their male counterparts did later on – but neither could stop the Black Ferns or the All Blacks, with the Wallaroos going down 31-11 while the Wallabies lost by a slightly larger margin of 38-13. Pics by Getty Images.
19 Aug 2018
Hodge on the move against All Blacks
Reece Hodge will start at outside centre against the All Blacks on Saturday night as Wallabies coach Michael Chieka named an experi Bledisloe Cup starting line up today.
Wallaroos confident in defeating New Zealand
Wallaroos veteran lock Rebecca Clough is confident they can get the job done against New Zealand on Saturday.
Australia's most heated rivalries
Everyone loves a good rivalry. The fan fare, the passion, the love and the hatred is what makes sport for what it is. Luckily enough for sporting fans in Australia, living in a multi code dominated sporting sphere allows us to experience many derbies across the sporting calendar. Here are 10 of our favourite derbies in Aussie sport.
The tussle we’ve been waiting for
With respect to the players who will take to the field for the Wallabies and England, it’s the clash of coaches Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones that have enlivened this last Test of the year.
Pic special: Foley out and Folau in as Wallabies prepare for South Africa
Qantas Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has dropped Bernard Foley to the bench as Kurtley Beale comes in at flyhalf for Saturday night’s Test against South Africa at Suncorp Stadium with Matt Toomua to play inside centre.
Hear from the new Wallaroos coach
Dwayne Nestor will take the Wallaroos into the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup.
Cheika hungry for Championship
Wallabies boss Michael Chieka is backing Australia to bounce back from their England wipeout at the Rugby Championship.