Greg Growden

Greg Growden

Greg Growden is Chief Rugby Correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald

Tough times to continue at Tahs

Greg Growden The Waratahs have the bye this week, but the next seven days will be make-or-break for this troubled, under-performing province.

Something's brewing: time for this well-fed scribe to bid adios

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Greg Growden It all began 30 years ago. Australia v Scotland. Sydney Cricket Ground. After babbling my first Test match report for The Sun-Herald country edition to a similarly confused copytaker back in the old...

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The years, the men, the nights, the tours, the team ... the end

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Greg Growden After 20-odd years (with the emphasis on odd) of taking the mickey, it's time for the farewell Ruck and Maul column.

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Wallabies await ARU's staff report

James O'Connor

Greg Growden A report written by four former Test players will determine whether there will be radical changes to the Wallabies' off-field staff this year and also how the team prepares for internationals.

All change with Wallabies as coaching reshuffle begins to take shape

Robbie Deans

Greg Growden ROBBIE DEANS will be surrounded by different faces in the Wallabies coaching box this season, including at least three new assistant coaches.

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Cheika could check in back home

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Greg Growden The prospect of Heineken Cup-winning coach Michael Cheika being in charge of an Australian Super Rugby team has intensified.

Gregan appointed to ARU board

George Gregan

Greg Growden Former Wallabies captain George Gregan is to join the Australian Rugby Union board of directors.

McGahan to join Wallabies coaching staff under Deans

Tony McGahan

Greg Growden TONY McGAHAN will this week be confirmed as the Wallabies' new coaching co-ordinator, but Robbie Deans remains the top dog.

Left-field throw: Matfield in line for Tahs job

Victor Matfield

Greg Growden Victor Matfield joining the Waratahs – not as a player but as a coach from 2012? Don't laugh, because according to our snouts at Waratahland and in South Africa, the renowned Springboks second-rower...