Horwill raises hand for Wallabies lineout job

Rupert Guinness 7:00 PM   James Horwill has no qualms about being the Wallabies' lineout caller for Saturday's Test against the All Blacks.

Foley happy to learn from Giteau

Rupert Guinness 7:03 PM   When Bernard Foley speaks of Matt Giteau and his "excitement' in the Wallabies camp, he speaks seemingly not of a seasoned 32-year-old.

Carter pumped for showdown with Wallabies

Hooper cleared to play against All Blacks

Simmons out of Bledisloe Cup clash

Kurtley Beale better for Shute Shield run

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When a boo is not a boo

Glen Ella    While my family and I are not ones to weigh in on public debates regularly, the recent commentary regarding the treatment of Adam Goodes, is something that has prompted me to share a few thoughts.

Brumbies tapping into NFL market

Emma Stoney 9:03 AM   Recruitment of Chris Coyle part of long-term plan to tap into discards from NFL.

Toomua needs to alter technique

David Polkinghorne   Stephen Larkham says Matt Toomua needs to work on his tackling technique to avoid head knocks.

Uncapped Smith gets Wallabies call

Uncapped prop Toby Smith is a newcomer while Wycliff Palu and Matt Giteau return to the Wallabies squad.

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Hooper named top NSW Waratah

NSW Waratahs flanker Michael Hooper has set a club record to be named the players' player for the third straight year.

England's strict social media rules

England rugby players have been issued a 24-point social media guide for the World Cup.

Douglas in for Reds, Wallabies

Beth Newman   Kane Douglas could be back in the green and gold next week.

All Blacks eye Chicago next year

New Zealand Rugby are eyeing a return to Chicago for the All Blacks next year.

Carter on track for World Cup return

Lee Gaskin   The World Cup dream for Wallabies and Brumbies lock Sam Carter is well and truly alive.

Guildford in Waratahs' sights

Zac Guildford appears set to join the Waratahs in a sensational return to Super Rugby.

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When a boo is not a boo

Glen Ella    The Wallabies great has his say on the Adam Goodes debate.

Spiro Zavos

Spiro Zavos   Australian rugby has fallen behind the pack on and off the field.

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Matthew Burke

Matthew Burke   I¬†was asked recently whether back-to-back World Cup wins could be on the cards for the All Blacks. The follow-up question was a cracker. They have an ageing team, do you think they will have the legs through to the end of October?

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Stephen Samuelson

Stephen Samuelson   The Wallabies stole victory against the Springboks but there are many aspects of their game they must improve.