Paul Cully The Wallabies were good, but only good. Cast your mind back just one year and it is clear that the Wallabies are in a better shape than they were.
Paul Cully The true strength of Australian rugby’s pulse will become that little bit clearer over the next week.
Paul Cully There were fears before the game that this game would send the Wallabies back to Marseille, 2007.
Paul Cully The Rugby Championship is done and dusted for another year, but who were the players that caught the eye? It is hard to go past the All Blacks for the bulk of the side.
Paul Cully The restless nights now belong to another coach from New Zealand. Two weeks into November, Warren Gatland is dealing with a crisis in Wales - they do them so well - and an inbox full of half-hearted...
Paul Cully Paul Cully takes a look at the top 20 signings for the three SANZAR nations and what they will bring to their new teams.
Paul Cully There was a sharp piece of analysis conducted on the defensive foibles of the Cheetahs' midfield pairing a few weeks back.
Paul Cully There are a few dark clouds in the land of the long white one.
Paul Cully If you are already struggling to come to terms with the Ashes defeat, you might want to look away now.
Paul Cully Jaco Peyper did not decide the result. The gap between the Wallabies and the All Blacks is far more significant than any influence the referee had on Saturday
Paul Cully There are question marks about the big second-rower's all-round game, but his urgency and sheer size from the bench on Saturday night gave the Wallabies something they have been lacking in the...
Paul Cully Blanket accusations of a lack of spite from the Wallabies last Saturday night are not quite true.
Paul Cully WHEN you drive into the timber town of Tokoroa in New Zealand's North Island, past the long-faded sign that indicates a past population of just over 16,000, it doesn't take long to realise the place...
Paul Cully The Stormer are deserved favourites for the Super Rugby title while Sanzar needs to address its officiating system.
Percentage boosters: Welsh hopes rest on winning battle for territory and possession, the points will follow
Paul Cully After the humiliation comes the hard part. Imposing inside-centre Jamie Roberts aside, the Welsh side that will face the Wallabies in Brisbane tomorrow night is the one that first won admirers at the...