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Wallabies Second-Row Rory Arnold Signs For Toulouse

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Towering Wallabies lock Rory Arnold will join French club Toulouse at the end of the 2019 Super Rugby season, his team ACT Brumbies announced Friday. The 28-year-old, one of the tallest players in rugby at 2.08 metres (6.8 feet), has been a mainstay of the Canberra-based Brumbies since 2015. “I’ve come to the decision that the 2019 season will be …

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Stephen Moore Left Out As Wallabies Name Strong Team Ahead Of Argentina Clash

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named a strong team for his side’s Rugby Championship clash against Argentina in Canberra on Saturday. Ex-captain Stephen Moore is surprisingly not included in Cheika’s match-day 23 having missed his side’s draw with the Springboks in Perth last weekend for the birth of his third child. Exciting young Melbourne Rebels hooker Jordan Uelese, who made …

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The Super 18 Team Of The Year: Built Around Brilliant Barrett

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - JULY 04: A general view of Westpac stadium during the Super Rugby Final match between the Hurricanes and the Highlanders at Westpac Stadium on July 4, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Rob Jefferies/Getty Images)

The Wellington Hurricanes whipped up a storm and finally broke their 21-year drought in winning the 2016 title beating a gallant Lions side in the final. In the first season to feature teams from Japan and Argentina, who makes the team of the season? 15 Ben Smith (Highlanders) Smith’s selection is tough on excitement machine Damian McKenzie who leads in …

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Titanium Mesh Keeps Henry Speight’s Olympic Dreams Alive

Henry Speight - titanium mesh.

ACT Brumbies winger Henry Speight has been cleared for take-off in the pursuit of a spot at the Rio Olympic Games, but he’ll have to do it wearing specially made headgear to protect the titanium mesh in his skull, the Canberra Times reports. Speight’s dream of playing Sevens for Australia at the Rio Olympics was dealt a tremendous blow in …

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Rugby: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not?

Matt Cassidy is here to discuss this week’s ‘Who’s Hot & Who’s Not’, following successful weekends in the Super Rugby for Crusaders and Waratahs. Who’s Hot Crusaders The most successful team in Super Rugby history is one game away from adding to its collection of seven titles. The Crusaders crushed their South African opponents, the Sharks, crossing the whitewash five …

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Rugby: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not?

Matt Cassidy is here with today’s edition of Who’s Hot & Who’s Not, as we reflect on a good week for the Brumbies and a bad one for Aaron Cruden, amongst others. Who’s Hot Henry Speight The Brumbies’ winger was at his rampant best in Canberra as he produced another brilliant performance. Speight’s stunning statistics of 13 carries, 11 defenders …

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