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Australia face NZ in Cape Town Sevens quarter-finals

Australia face NZ in Cape Town Sevens quarter-finals

Australia have beaten Wales at the death to win all three of their pool stage matches and book a quarter-final showdown with New Zealand at the Cape Town World Rugby Sevens.

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Australia fall short of medal at Dubai Sevens

Australia fall short of medal at Dubai Sevens

Australian men's rugby sevens coach Tim Walsh blamed a lack of composure at key moments for his team falling just short of a medal at the Dubai Sevens.

  • by Alex Broun
'Every day is hard': beloved mum's memory drives Green on
Australia rugby

'Every day is hard': beloved mum's memory drives Green on

The Aussie sevens star is rediscovering her speed and her strength after the loss of her mother.

  • by Georgina Robinson
Paralysed Horne drawn in as Australian sevens manager

Paralysed Horne drawn in as Australian sevens manager

Horne, 29, coached a wheelchair rugby exhibition match at the Invictus Games last month and will now pack his bags for the Dubai and Cape Town swing that begins next week.

  • by Murray Wenzel
Down but not out: Australia upbeat despite World Cup failure
Rugby World Cup

Down but not out: Australia upbeat despite World Cup failure

Rugby Australia vows to keep building on growth in women's participation despite being knocked back for hosting rights to the 2021 World Cup.

  • by Georgina Robinson
New gen turn up heat on Australian women's sevens stars
Australia rugby

New gen turn up heat on Australian women's sevens stars

Coach John Manenti will have some tough decisions to make following Australia's Oceania Sevens win.

  • by Georgina Robinson
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Girls, public schools help rugby climb school rankings
Wallabies

Girls, public schools help rugby climb school rankings

Rugby Australia say an explosion in girls playing the game is helping them reach more people than ever before.

  • by Georgina Robinson
The other BOD making a name for himself in rugby
Australia rugby

The other BOD making a name for himself in rugby

From the Clovelly Eagles to a World Player of the Year nomination. Ben O'Donnell's star is on the rise.

  • by Georgina Robinson
David Pocock wins 2018 John Eales Medal in a landslide
Wallabies

David Pocock wins 2018 John Eales Medal in a landslide

Welcome back, Poey. We really, bloody missed you.

  • by Georgina Robinson
Aerial contest data points finger at the one-man lift
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Wallabies

Aerial contest data points finger at the one-man lift

Israel Folau is considered the best in the world under the high ball. What teams can do to counter his skill might be constrained in coming months.

  • by Georgina Robinson
'Outstanding' Australian sevens stars commit for Tokyo Olympics
Olympics

'Outstanding' Australian sevens stars commit for Tokyo Olympics

Three key women's sevens players have re-signed until the end of 2020 as Australia's planning for the Tokyo Olympics takes shape.

  • by Georgina Robinson