Paul Cully Bernard Foley's injection into the Waratahs side to face the Lions on Saturday night will also benefit the Wallabies.
Paul Cully A combination of the Western Force's weakened team and the sporting public's fascination with State of Origin thuggery might have convinced the Lions there isn't much love for them in these parts,...
Paul Cully One look beyond the fixture against the Rebels explains why the Waratahs' finals aspirations are on the line in Melbourne on Friday night.
Paul Cully When the Reds survived a wobbly last scrum and put the ball out of play to record a 34-33 win against the Highlanders on Friday night, certain milestones were reached.
Paul Cully When Robbie Deans went to Hobart in early February to watch the Rebels and Waratahs in a pre- season trial many assumed it was to see Israel Folau's first game of rugby.
Paul Cully The way that Will Genia has returned after knee surgery is nothing short of remarkable.
Paul Cully Wallabies coach Robbie Deans must consider the drastic step of splitting up the Three Amigos of Australian rugby and decide which one is expendable, former Wallabies coach Eddie Jones says.
Paul Cully In 2009, a stocky 22-year-old openside helped to break the hearts of the British and Irish Lions.
Paul Cully Robbie Deans is reaching for the stress ball, if not the bottle.
Paul Cully The tussle between the provinces and the Australian Rugby Union over the player release plans for the British and Irish Lions series should not disguise what it means for Wallabies candidates: the...
Paul Cully Given the Wallabies' year, it was entirely appropriate that even Kurtley Beale's brilliant late try against Wales on Saturday came with a caveat.
Paul Cully It's a sign of the age that on the eve of an influential tour of Europe a Quade Cooper tweet about a computer game has been occupying rugby minds.
Paul Cully The International Rugby Board has made the startling admission that officials erred in denying the Wallabies a replacement last weekend in a Test they finished with 14 men.
Paul Cully The Chiefs, loaded with talent and invention from No.9 through to No.15, kick away possession every 47 seconds, the fourth-lowest figure in the competition.
Paul Cully THE EARLY naming of the Wallabies team this week conveyed an encouraging degree of certainty in the selectors' minds: this is our best team and we think they have Wales' measure.
Paul Cully The early naming of the Wallabies team this week conveyed an encouraging degree of certainty in the selectors' minds: this is our best team and we think they have Wales' measure.