Former Melbourne Rebels and England five-eighth Danny Cipriani has been hospitalised after being hit by a bus while on a night out in Leeds.
Former Melbourne Rebels and England five-eighth Danny Cipriani was released from hospital on Thursday with bruising to his ribs following his collision with a bus during a night out with team-mates...
Stathi Paxinos Rebels half-back Nick Phipps adjusting to presence of two Wallabies backs.
James O'Connor or Kurtley Beale at No.10? That's the big dilemma facing Melbourne Rebels coach Damien Hill at the start of this year.
Jim Morton James O'Connor or Kurtley Beale at No.10? That's the big dilemma facing Melbourne Rebels coach Damien Hill at the start of 2013.
Mick Cleary Prospective coach likely to consult former England coach Brian Ashton in the hope of getting best out of strugglers' enigmatic No.10.
Pat McCabe The season is over, so it's time to celebrate some of the most memorable - and forgettable - efforts by the players this season. Many of the categories were hotly contested, but my decision is final.
Paul Cully The talking points from the penultimate round of Super Rugby.
Stathi Paxinos Gareth Delve has won the Melbourne Rebels top award at the club's end-of-season presentation lunch today.
Chris Dutton The Melbourne Rebels are in danger of losing three of their best backs to injury but the ACT Brumbies are refusing to take their opposition lightly ahead of their clash on Friday night.
David Polkinghorne Prop Ben Alexander admitted the ACT Brumbies didn't pay the Melbourne Rebels enough respect last year but has vowed they won't make the same mistake again at AAMI Stadium on Friday night.
Stathi Paxinos Five-eighth's absence another hit for the Rebels play-making stocks.
Greg Growden QUADE COOPER is adamant that despite seven months on the sidelines and only a game-and-a-half of Super Rugby he is ready to be the Wallabies' chief playmaker against Scotland in Newcastle next week.
Georgina Robinson The best thing officials can do for wayward star Kurtley Beale is let him play, says John O'Neill.
Georgina Robinson THE best thing Australian rugby officials can do for wayward star Kurtley Beale is let him play tomorrow night, according to ARU chief John O'Neill.
Adam Freier When touring, the greatest memories are often shared on a bus, in a restaurant or hotel foyer. But this tour to South Africa for me will be remembered because of an innocent question of ''how are...
Josh Rakic HE IS THE most valuable player on the NRL market, but now the Melbourne Storm must fend off the attention of a rival code as well as competing league clubs in their battle to retain star playmaker...
Stathi Paxinos Veteran forward Gareth Delve to be replaced as Melbourne Rebels vice-captain.
Jim Morton SKIPPER Stirling Mortlock will be a surprise spectator when star recruits James O'Connor and Kurtley Beale make their Melbourne Rebels debuts in Geelong tonight.
Melissa Woods Wallabies star James O'Connor is excited about his blossoming partnership with former bad boy Danny Cipriani and believes the Melbourne Rebels are on the march.