Paul Cully The Wallabies start their grand slam tour this weekend armed with some players who bring real attacking purpose, but where do the opposition threats come from?
Paul Cully It was fitting that Ben Mowen had the final say, winning the turnover to secure the match.
Paul Cully IT IS apt in this year, a Lions year, that the Six Nations kicks off this weekend with a famous Lions voice ringing in many ears.
Paul Cully There a couple of ways of looking at the opening weekend of the Six Nations.
Paul Cully There are a couple of ways of looking at the opening weekend of the Six Nations.
Paul Cully The role played by two hands stuck in the head after watching Wales grind out a 28-18 win against Scotland at Murrayfield at the weekend.
Paul Cully Believers in small but symbolic battles that punctuate games of the intensity of the Wales v England encounter at the weekend did not have to wait long for their moment.
Paul Cully The burden all Crusaders teams carry is to be constantly compared to the great sides that preceded them. The one the Waratahs will face tonight is labouring somewhat to get out of those shadows.
Paul Cully There will be no real surprise in the Wallabies camp to this 37-man British and Irish Lions squad. Not even in the selection of Sean Maitland, the New Zealand winger given his debut at the Crusaders...
Paul Cully The Waratahs might not get the Lions at absolute full noise in Sydney next Saturday, but it'll be a stronger side than the one the Reds, Brumbies or Rebels have to face.
Paul Cully Does British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton have to start in the first Test on Saturday week?