Paul Cully Quade Cooper's adviser Khoder Nasser challenged a bemused Robbie Deans over his decision to select the Reds No.10 against the All Blacks in 2012, the former Wallabies coach says.
Rupert Guinness When Michael Dempsey first looked down at his new born son on April 12, 1994 he saw he had two black eyes.
Darren Walton All Blacks superstar Dan Carter has admitted how shattered he was to learn that Robbie Deans was leaving New Zealand to coach the Wallabies.
Rupert Guinness The pieces are falling in to place for Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie to judge for himself the prospect of selecting a reunited Will Genia and Quade Cooper halves combination for their final Test...
Duncan Johnstone All Blacks star Ma'a Nonu has been linked to French club Toulon as the European champions ramp up recruitment ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup.
Dumped New Zealand flyhalf Aaron Cruden will get some game time for his provincial side Manawatu on Sunday before an expected recall for the All Blacks' final Bledisloe Cup clash against Australia...
Former Wallaby James O'Connor scored 25 points to steer Toulon to a commanding victory over Montpellier in French rugby's Top 14.
Georgina Robinson Schalk Burger has been to the edge and back and there are still things he cannot talk about.
Julien Pretot The Premier League is often dubbed the best football league in the world, yet England have not won the World Cup in almost 50 years and they look nowhere close to doing so.
Chris Dutton The Canberra Vikings have called up a teenage rookie to fill the void left by Australia's hooker crisis.
Phil Lutton Quade Cooper's path back to the Wallabies begins in low-key circumstances at Ballymore on Sunday as the Reds playmaker puts his injured hip and shoulder to the test in the National Rugby Championship.
Kenya has dropped ten players from their squad for the IRB world series opening tournament in Australia in a dispute with the national board over pay and contracts.
Liam Napier All Blacks five-eighth Aaron Cruden will miss the Rugby Championship Tests against Argentina and South Africa for disciplinary reasons.
Matthew Burke The school term has finished and the report cards have been dispatched. This makes it as good a time as any to deliver a summary on how the Wallabies have fared since Ewen McKenzie took over the top...
Rupert Guinness Matt Giteau has long been lost to the Wallabies for next year's World Cup, but the bidding in French rugby for his services speaks volumes about his value as a player.
Georgina Robinson On a humid morning in February, Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver made the extraordinary declaration that 2014 was the year of the Waratahs.
David Polkinghorne Brumbies captain Stephen Moore pencils in round one return from knee reconstruction.
Former Wallabies five-eighth Matt Giteau has turned down a record offer from a rival French top-division club to re-sign with Toulon.
World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry has committed the ultimate sin in rugby-mad New Zealand, suggesting it would not hurt the All Blacks if they lose a game before they defend the Webb Ellis trophy...
Georgina Robinson The Wallabies have lost one game in 11 Tests, are unbeaten at home and are averaging close to three tries a Test match this year.