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John O'Neill has quit his role as a director of the Rugby World Cup citing personal reasons.
Managing director and CEO of the Australian Rugby Union, John O'Neill, will stand down from his post on October 31.
Australian Rugby Union (ARU) chief executive John O'Neill was appointed to the 2015 Rugby World Cup board on Thursday, as was Wales Rugby Union (WRU) chairman David Pickering.
Georgina Robinson It was the lunch that almost changed the course of Wallabies history, when rugby powerbrokers met after Australia's 61-22 record loss to South Africa in August 1997.
Georgina Robinson IN A townhouse in the streets directly behind the northern goalposts of Allianz Stadium, Kurtley Beale hosts a Mexican night for his mates.
Jim Morton Wallabies poised to accept pay cuts to help stop the cash-strapped code going broke.
Spiro Zavos ON Saturday night at Dunedin, Ewen McKenzie's Wallabies are facing a rampant All Blacks side looking hungrily for a 3-0 blackwash in Bledisloe Cup Tests this year.
Stathi Paxinos The Melbourne Rebels have been described in various ways since a consortium of business people, fronted by media buyer Harold Mitchell, was awarded Australia's fifth Super Rugby licence before the...
Georgina Robinson ARU boss Bill Pulver has hit back at British rugby legend Sir Clive Woodward after he accused Australia of treating the British and Irish Lions with ''contempt''.
Stathi Paxinos ARU’s experiment with private ownership of a Super Rugby franchise in Melbourne comes to an end with foundation shareholders of the Rebels giving up their stakes.
Georgina Robinson Steve Meehan has left the Western Force after less than a year as their attack coach.
Spiro Zavos THE ARU has unleashed a new version of the Wallaby jersey for the June Tests against the 2013 British and Irish Lions. There is a slash of green along the top.
Two leading Australian rugby chiefs insist 2015 schedule the fairest so far.
Georgina Robinson Australian Rugby Union boss John O'Neill has dismissed All Blacks coach Steve Hansen's accusation that the Wallabies are stealing New Zealand players as ''insulting'' and ''ill-informed''.
Rupert Guinness WALLABIES coach Robbie Deans will have to reapply for his position when his contract runs out at the end of the year, the new ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says.
Georgina Robinson THE ARU will further cut the number of Wallaby contracts on offer this year in a move expected to put pressure on Super Rugby franchises trying to retain local players within a reduced salary cap.
Queensland Rugby Union is regaining control of finances two years ahead of schedule.
Western Force coach Richard Graham will leave Perth at the end of the Super Rugby season to join the Queensland Reds.
Justin Chadwick, Jim Morton The Queensland Reds will boast the equivalent of a coaching dream team next season after the shock decision of Richard Graham to quit his Super Rugby post at the Western Force.