Greg Growden is Chief Rugby Correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald
Greg Growden MICHAEL CHEIKA has re-established himself as favourite for the Waratahs' head coaching job.
Greg Growden An Australian Super Rugby province has come up with a sneaky way of getting around salary cap restrictions.
Greg Growden Morale at the Western Force has slumped after Michael Cheika knocked back their offer to take over as head coach.
Greg Growden THE Western Force are still trying to persuade Michael Foley to leave the Waratahs and take over as head coach in Perth next year.
Ruck and Maul
Greg Growden The prospect of Heineken Cup-winning coach Michael Cheika being in charge of an Australian Super Rugby team has intensified.
Ruck & Maul
Greg Growden Australian rugby relationships are frayed right across the country. The Reds and Force are far from pally over Will Genia's backflip.
Greg Growden Due to a short preparation, the Wallabies selectors have no option but to select several players from left field for the season's opening Test against Scotland in Newcastle on June 5.
Greg Growden MICHAEL CHEIKA is in high demand as three Australian provinces, including the Waratahs, and numerous overseas clubs are certain to approach him following yesterday's news that he will not continue as...
Greg Growden THE Waratahs are in crisis following the most exasperating and brain-dead of losses in South Africa where, for the third time this season, they fell just one point short of their opponents.
Greg Growden Waratahs-Reds encounters - the longest rivalry in Australian rugby - revolve around personal pride.