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Wallabies Set Sights on All Blacks

The Wallabies will now set their sights on the All Blacks after comfortably disposing of the Springboks 29-20 in the Tri-Nations opener at ANZ Stadium.

Ex-Boks Coach Backs Wallabies

Former South Africa supercoach Jack White may have lead the Springboks to their 2004 Tri Nations title and 2007 Rugby World Cup victory, but he is tipping the Australian Wallabies to win this year’s Tri Nations tournament.

Wallabies to Use Reds Playbook

Wallabies lock and Queensland captain James Horwill has revealed that the Wallabies will use a number of plays normally used by the Reds in an effort to turn around the dismal start to the international season.

Wallabies Tri Nations Team Announced

Australian Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has made seven changes to the line-up that will play in the opening Tri-Nations Test against South Africa this Saturday after the Aussies’ upset loss to Samoa last Sunday.

Wallabies Great Tips Flat All Blacks

Former Wallabies fly-half and Rugby World Cup champion Elton Flatley has warned an ageing All Blacks outfit that they will have to lift their game ahead of the Rugby Union Tri-Nations if they are to salute as the favourites, saying the gun, young Australian squad have the skills and stamina for an upset.

Rocky Returns To Lead Wallabies

Wallabies test captain Rocky Elsom will make his return to the international arena against Samoa on Sunday in spite of the fact he has made just one Super Rugby appearance since last November.

Wallabies Name Spring Test Squad

Just days after scoring one of the most memorable tries in the history of Super Rugby, Queensland scrum half Will Genia has declared that he wants to play every game of Australia’s Rugby World Cup campaign.

Will’s Genius Secures Super Rugby Title for Reds

The Queensland Reds have capped off a remarkable season by winning the Super Rugby title with an 18-13 victory against the Canterbury Crusaders.

Quade Cooper Promises Attacking Final

Reds playmaker Quade Cooper has vowed to keep following his attacking instincts in the Super Rugby Final against the Crusaders at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.  1