Ashley-Cooper to join French team Bordeaux

7:09 AM   Veteran Wallabies utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper has ended the chase for his signature, announcing he will join French team Bordeaux on a two-year deal after next year's World Cup.

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Aussie women blow big lead 

The last play of the final gave New Zealand a 19-17 win over Australia to take the Dubai Sevens women's rugby title.

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ACT Brumbies CEO quits

Chris Dutton   ACT Brumbies boss Doug Edwards will quit his job just four months into a two-year contract as the Super Rugby club fights to find a major sponsor and battles financial losses.

Stirzaker secures future at Rebels

Halfback Nic Stirzaker is a Melbourne Rebel until the end of 2017 after signing a new two-year deal with the Super Rugby club.

Pack closing on world champions

All Blacks will find themselves under constant fire between now and World Cup..

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Rebels in best position yet

Matt Murnane   Laurie Weeks has described his decision to re-sign as easy.

Wallabies World Cup 'glue' in place

Chris Dutton   Quade Cooper insists the spring tour has put a strong work ethic in team.

Ireland launch 'irresistible' bid

Ireland will make an 'irresistable' bid to host the 2023 World Cup.

Moore keen to captain country

Lee Gaskin   Brumbies captain is focused on leading the Super Rugby side.

Henry Speight's close shave

Brumbies winger is more comfortable playing than shaving his head.

Hooper set to keep captaincy 

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika wants to avoid a "presidential run-off".

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Cheika lays down scrum warning

Michael Cheika called for scrum overhaul after the Twickenham debarcle.

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