Adam Ashley Cooper
Georgina Robinson Publicly he is Mr Rugby. A glamour boy of the Australian backline, as flamboyant off the field as he is steady on it.
Darren Walton He believes in the Wallabies more than ever, but that hasn't stopped Adam Ashley-Cooper delivering a sobering word of warning to teammates ahead of Saturday's showdown with the All Blacks.
Tom Decent It was like a scene out of the movie Invictus.
Paul Cully The final was so breathless it took repeat viewings for some of the quality to really stand out.
Georgina Robinson Decorated Waratahs utility Adam Ashley-Cooper may be six games off his Test century but he has rotten luck in finals football.
Georgina Robinson The Waratahs are coming up against one of the most superb back lines in Super Rugby this weekend.
Georgina Robinson Physical dominance will stop the Waratahs tripping up on a potential banana skin of a game in Sydney on Sunday.
Rupert Guinness, Georgina Robinson Waratahs back Adam Ashley-Cooper has a clear understanding of what is expected of him as a Wallaby under coach Ewen McKenzie in the aftermath of last year's spring tour controversy.
Jim Morton Late owl Adam Ashley-Cooper wasn't drinking excessively but the Wallabies have "made an example of him" by banning him due to his seniority.
Jim Morton Banished three-quarters Adam Ashley-Cooper and Nick Cummins appear set to return to the Wallabies' starting side for their pivotal tour-ending Test against Wales next weekend.
Georgina Robinson The Wallabies' loss to England was all the more disappointing because they did not see it coming, Adam Ashley-Cooper said.
NSW Waratahs and Wallabies back Adam Ashley-Cooper will stay in Australian rugby for another two years and will be available for the 2015 World Cup in England.
Stathi Paxinos It is somewhat apt that Adam Ashley-Cooper played his first Test for Australia without a number on the back of his jersey.
Chris Dutton Matt Toomua focused on Wallabies success to end the biggest week of his life.
Lucy Cormack Pearse Egan has only played rugby since the start of 2014, but even in a matter of months he has found himself transformed by the sport, so much so that he is playing the upcoming gay rugby world cup.
David Polkinghorne The match has been struck, the fuse lit and the theme song is playing. Now all the Wallabies have to do is complete Mission Impossible - beating the All Blacks at Eden Park on Saturday night.
Liam Napier From the fringe to centre stage, Ryan Crotty will start his first test for the All Blacks in Saturday's rematch with the Wallabies at Eden Park.
Rupert Guinness The exasperation in the voice of Wallabies captain Michael Hooper was clear after his side drew 12-12 with the All Blacks at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Saturday night.
Georgina Robinson The Wallabies are on high alert for a harder-edged All Blacks outfit in their must-win second Bledisloe Cup clash in Auckland on Saturday.
Georgina Robinson Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has backed the same team to go one better than last week's draw and crack the Eden Park hoodoo against the All Blacks this weekend.