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Georgina Robinson 6:03 PM Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has indicated Test No.10 Bernard Foley will reject a lucrative offer to play rugby in Japan and stay in Australian rugby beyond the World Cup.
Georgina Robinson Never mind a post-world cup exodus of Australia's highest-paid players. Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan has warned the code is also at risk of having its all-important second-tier cannibalised by overseas clubs offering up to five times what Australians are paid in Super Rugby.
Georgina Robinson Fringe players are on Wallabies coach Michael Cheika's radar as rugby moves into Test season.
John Stensholt The Australian Rugby Union will announce within about 60 days the details of a new broadcast deal that will alleviate much of the financial pain the sport has been suffering, according to ARU chief executive Bill Pulver.
Georgina Robinson Towards the end of Australia's spring tour last November, Michael Cheika gathered his battered Wallabies together and told them he had work to do.
Five-eighth reportedly set to join exodus and quit Australian rugby after this year's World Cup to play in Japan.
Wallabies and Waratahs coach Michael Cheika must be confident Israel Folau will stay in rugby union beyond 2015, declaring he is unlikely to experiment much with him at outside centre until next year.
Ben Strang The New Zealand women's side have beaten Australia to take out the Brazil Sevens title in São Paulo.
Georgina Robinson They traded barbs from opposite sides of the rugby trenches but are now working hand in glove to give the Wallabies a winning edge leading into the World Cup.
Laine Clark Karmichael Hunt's Queensland Reds debut is still a week away but Bob Dwyer has called for the code hopper to be fast-tracked into the Wallabies squad.