Editor's picks

Full 2016 Super Rugby Draw

Draw is packed with highlights for Australian Rugby fans.

If your team was a band....

James Polson   Still haven't been able to pick a second (or first) side for the World Cup? From ABBA to Anthrax, consult our scientific guide to find out which musical act your pick best resembles.

Your ultimate Cup teams guide

Richard Shute, James Polson, Phil Lutton and Rupert Guinness   We bring you all the predictions for every World Cup pool, viewing times for television and betting on all 20 nations contesting the rugby championship tournament to be held in England and Wales.

Picamoles back to face Ireland

Number eight Louis Picamoles will start France's Rugby World Cup Pool D decider against Ireland.

Rugby shamed by Pacific treatment

David Campese   Why would the likes of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa want to keep coming back to the World Cup to be treated like this?


'Not the smartest thing I've done'

Chris Dutton   Giteau says he got "caught in the moment" for a match-sealing swan-dive that hammered the final nail into England's World Cup coffin.


#BlameBurgess goes nuclear

Richard Shute   Late to work this morning? Weather not to your liking? No worries, just blame Big Sam.


The try that made the pool of death

Jamie Marcuson   The act of one Australian three years ago is directly responsible for England's embarrassing early exit .

Wallabies World Cup's best: star

Chris Dutton   Wales great Shane Williams has declared Australia the form team of the World Cup.


South Africa crush the US 64-0

Mark Bryans   Bryan Habana equalled Jonah Lomu's World Cup try-scoring record as he led South Africa into the quarter-finals.


Georgia a step closer to 2019 cup

Georgia captain Mamuka Gorgodze broke stubborn Namibia to inspire his side to a nervy second win of the World Cup in Exeter.


Insight & Analysis

The Wallabies' work in England is done

Malcolm Knox   To catch rugby fever at full tide and share in the excitement, the Wallabies should jump on a plane and come home now.


Rogers all praise for a 'calm and cool' Foley

Rupert Guinness   Former Wallabies and NRL playmaker Mat Rogers has given the thumbs up to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika for picking the "calm head' of Waratah Bernard Foley for the No. 10 jersey.

Wallabies must overcome Welsh 'hwyl'

Spiro Zavos   The Wallabies will find Wales easier and harder to defeat than England. Easier, because the psychological pressure is off them. Harder, because Wales pose more problems.

English woes will last for years

Paul Cully   A thousand glasses will be raised to the name of Bernard Foley after the Wallabies' superb 33-13 against England on Saturday night.

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