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Chris Dutton is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
Chris Dutton LONDON: Cricket, rock music and Australian flags – they're all part of Michael Cheika's plan to give the Wallabies a home away from home at a venue which has been a graveyard for their...
Rugby World Cup 2015: Michael Cheika warns Wallabies not to react to after David Pocock escapes suspension
Chris Dutton Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has implored his players to control their frustration at cynical breakdown tactics and to not lash out after David Pocock avoided World Cup disaster.
Chris Dutton LONDON: Michael Hooper will never forget his Test debut on a wet, windy and miserable night in Newcastle as the Wallabies slumped to a woeful defeat to Scotland.
Rugby World Cup 2015: 100-Test duo Matt Giteau and Stephen Moore provide extra motivation for Wallabies
Chris Dutton Two Wallaby stalwarts are set to make their tons against Scotland.
Chris Dutton World Cup officials are moving to rectify their man of the match farce, admitting their system is flawed.
Chris Dutton Relieved Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will give David Pocock as much time as he needs to recover from a calf injury after the star flanker avoided a lengthy suspension.
Chris Dutton Prince Harry got a front-row seat to Michael Cheika's passion and a few expletives, but the Wallabies coach says he'll choose his words carefully when he meets Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace.
Chris Dutton The Wallabies have built a brick-wall defence on trust and guts, but Sekope Kepu says it's the little sacrifices each player has made for the World Cup campaign that has them "singing from...
Chris Dutton He once turned up to a press conference wearing camouflage to poke fun at the All Blacks, and the Wallabies expect former attack coach Scott Johnson to be "rubbing his crystal ball" to lift Scotland...
Chris Dutton LONDON: Ten-man scrum tricks and family trees have instilled a steely resolve and camaraderie the Wallabies hope can lift them to World Cup glory.
Chris Dutton The Wallabies will lay everything on the line against Scotland, adamant they will not rest star duo Israel Folau and David Pocock from the quarter-final showdown even if they are not fully fit.
Chris Dutton Adam Ashley-Cooper says beating Wales was one of the gutsiest wins of his career.
Chris Dutton LONDON: If there was ever any doubt about the Wallabies' grit and determination, they emphatically erased them all to signal the beginning of a new era and set up their World Cup bid.
Chris Dutton LONDON: Cross-code star Israel Folau has vowed to do everything in his power to ensure he's fit to play in the World Cup quarter-final after pushing through the pain barrier to help the Wallabies to...
Rugby World Cup 2015: Wallabies halfback Will Genia says he'd give away yellow card again to protect line
Chris Dutton Wallabies halfback Will Genia says he was shattered as he sat helplessly on the sideline as his teammates had to fight a relentless Welsh wave at Twickenham.
Rugby World Cup 2015: Wallabies showed 'different skin' in gutsy win over Wales, says Michael Cheika
Chris Dutton Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says his team showed a "different skin" to produce World Cup heroics and set Australia on the path to winning the tournament.
Chris Dutton The Wallabies beat Wales 15-6 to hold on in a remarkable and courageous victory.
Chris Dutton LONDON: World Cup-winner Stephen Larkham will wait until next year to decide if he can commit to Michael Cheika's Wallabies program as he continues to juggle his Super Rugby coaching job.
Chris Dutton Israel Folau and Bernard Foley face the prospect of almost two years of non-stop rugby and will walk the fine line between burnout and maximising their earning potential when they juggle Wallabies,...
Chris Dutton Scott Sio only needs to look as far as his name for World Cup quarter-final inspiration.