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Huge Boost For Australian Rugby As Kurtley Beale Signs On

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Australian rugby have received a huge boost with the news that Kurtley Beale has signed on with the NSW Waratahs for another season.  Beale’s contract will keep him in Australia until the end of the 2020 season. The 30-year-old’s desire to remain with the Sydney based franchise will come as a huge relief to officials in Rugby Australia as many …

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Michael Cheika Defiant Despite Upheaval In Wallabies Camp

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Australia coach Michael Cheika insisted the Wallabies were fully committed to the cause after his extraordinary revelation on the eve of their 2018 finale against England that two veteran backs had been dropped for inviting women into their hotel room. The breach of team discipline involving Adam Ashley-Cooper and Kurtley Beale occurred after Australia’s 9-6 defeat by Wales in Cardiff …

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Kurtley Beale And Adam Ashley-Cooper Dropped After Breaking Team Rules

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Kurtley Beale and Adam Ashley-Cooper have been dropped from the Wallabies squad ahead of their final Test match against England at Twickenham this Saturday.  It is alleged that both Beale and Ashley-Cooper brought women back to the team hotel after Australia’s 9-6 loss to Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff two week’s ago. According to a report in Australia’s …

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Watch: Beale Gaffe Gifts Springboks Easiest Of Tries

Midway through the first half, Australia are trailing the Springboks 14-0 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth and Kurtley Beale is responsible for the Wallabies’ early concession of that try.  The Wallabies, who were defending on their own goal line with a minute not yet on the clock passed the ball to Beale who decided to send …

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Watch: Israel Folau And Kurtley Beale Combine To Gift An ‘Own-Try’ To The Rebels

The Waratahs got back to winning ways this weekend after producing a remarkable comeback to emerge 51-27 winners against the Melbourne Rebels in Sydney at a sun-kissed Allianz Stadium in Sydney. At the end of the second-half, the Waratahs found themselves 3-20 down but they got a lifeline before the halftime whistle blew when Lalakai Foketi got their first try. The Tahs …

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Combined Rugby Championship Team Of The Tournament At Halfway Point

The Rugby Championship has passed the midway point and results have generally gone par for the course with the All Blacks far out in front, Australia and South Africa evenly matched and the Pumas petering out after a bright start.  So, who makes our Rugby Championship combined team so far? ________ 15. Israel Folau Folau might be causing controversy on …

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Three Key Match Ups In The First Bledisloe Cup Test

Australia's wing Drew Mitchell (R) is tackled by New Zealand's centre Sonny Bill Williams (2R) next to Australia's full-back Kurtley Beale (L) and New Zealand's full-back Ben Smith (R) during the final match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between New Zealand and Australia at Twickenham stadium, south west London, on October 31, 2015. AFP PHOTO / FRANCK FIFE

Game one of the Rugby Championship sees trans-Tasman rivals Australia host New Zealand in what doubles as a Bledisloe Cup test.  Here are three match ups that will be worth watching on Saturday. Match Up One: The Tall Timber The All Blacks locking duo of Sam Whitelock and Brodie Retalick is one of the most formidable in the modern area …

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