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Sports - Rugby Union

Wallabies job still Cheika's dream role

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Michael Cheika says the challenge of coaching the Wallabies is still a huge thrill for him despite such a difficult year.

Rebels say Cooper hungry after Super move

Head Coach DAVE WESSELS of the Force reacting prior to the Super Rugby match between the Crusaders and the Force at AMI Stadium in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The Melbourne Rebels feel a season out of Super Rugby has been a good thing mentally and physically for their star signing Quade Cooper.

Can the Wallabies get their Spring Tour back on track?

Hansen lauds progress of Schmidt-led Irish

JOE SCHMIDT of Ireland gives out instructions to his team prior to the NatWest Six Nations match between Ireland and Wales at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland.

Joe Schmidt's impact on Ireland has been emphatic and makes them an enormous threat in Dublin, according to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen.

Italy coach O'Shea backs under-fire Cheika

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Italy coach Conor O'Shea says he has huge respect for Australian rugby and believes Michael Cheika's side will be a contender for next year's World Cup.

Ashley-Cooper experience priceless

Former teammates of Adam Ashley Cooper believe the side will benefit from the veterans 116-cap experience this weekend against Italy. Ashley-Cooper rejoins the squad after a two year spell of playing for the Wallabies.

Injured Petaia's Wallabies debut on hold

JORDAN PETAIA of the Reds is tackled during the Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Michael Cheika has been forced to re-jig his side for the Wallabies' Test against Italy with rookie Jordan Petaia and lock Rory Arnold ruled out through injury

Gordon and Petaia to make debuts in Italy

JORDAN PETAIA of the Reds is tackled during the Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Queensland Reds teenager Jordan Petaia and NSW Waratahs halfback Jake Gordon will make their debuts for the Wallabies against Italy this weekend.

Petaia and Gordon named for Wallabies debuts

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named wonderkid Jordan Petaia and Waratahs scrumhalf Jake Gordon to make their international debuts in Italy on Sunday morning AEDT. He's also recalled 116-Test veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper.

All Blacks name Crotty to face Ireland

RYAN CROTTY of the Crusaders runs through to score a try during the Super Rugby match between the Crusaders and the Sunwolves at AMI Stadium in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Sonny Bill Williams' latest injury creates room for Ryan Crotty to return to the All Blacks midfield for their high-stakes Test against Ireland.

Wallabies forwards coach backs his methods

Australia forwards coach SIMON RAIWALUI looks on during an Australian Wallabies Captain's in Melbourne, Australia.

Embattled forwards coach Simon Raiwalui insists he feels no extra pressure for improved results despite the Wallabies' recent struggles.

Rugby AU encouraged to bid for future WRWC

World Rugby's Head of Rugby World Cup, Alan Gilpin, has thrown his support behind future proposals from Rugby Australia to host the Women's showcase tournament. Australia were pipped by New Zealand for the 2021 hosting rights in yesterday's vote.

Rapid Rugby set to start in 2019

ANDREW FORREST addresses the spectators before the World Series Rugby match between the Western Force and the Fiji Warriors at nib Stadium in Perth, Australia.

The World Rugby Council has conditionally sanctioned Andrew Forrest's Rapid Rugby competition, which is set to start next February.

MacDonald replaces Umaga as Blues coach

Leon MacDonald will be head coach of the Blues in next year's Super Rugby championship, replacing a demoted Tana Umaga.

All Blacks to face born-again Irishman Aki

Blues coach TANA UMAGA during a Blues Super Rugby training session at Alexandra Park in Auckland, New Zealand.

Tana Umaga is proud of the part he played in reviving Irish centre Bundee Aki's ailing career ahead of the Test against New Zealand.

Wallabies rake Latu vows to keep improving

TOLU LATU poses for a headshot during the Australian Wallabies Player Camp at the AIS in Canberra, Australia.

Tolu Latu has vowed to find the consistency to make him the Wallabies' first-choice hooker less than a year before the start of the Rugby World Cup.

Castle disappointed after losing WRWC bid

Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle says she is hugely disappointed at losing out on the bid to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup to New Zealand.

Battling Wallabies back under-fire coaches

SEKOPE KEPU of Australia reacts to being shown a red card during the international match between Scotland and Australia at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika and his under-fire staff still have the support of the players, says Sekope Kepu.

Ex-Lion Parling joins Rebels coaches

GEOFF PARLING of Exeter Chiefs poses during the media day ahead of the Aviva Premiership Final against Wasps at Sandy Park in Exeter, England.

Former British and Irish Lions lock Geoff Parling and foundation prop Nic Henderson have taken up coaching roles with the Melbourne Rebels.

Wallabies returning to Eden Park graveyard

The Wallabies face yet another intimidating trip to Eden Park to face the All Blacks in what shapes as their final hit-out before the World Cup.

Aust v NZ World Cup rights decision looms

World Rugby will vote for Australia or New Zealand to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup at a council meeting in Dublin.

All Blacks adjust mindset for Irish clash

BEAUDEN BARRETT runs the ball during a Hurricanes Super Rugby training session at Rugby League Park in Wellington, New Zealand.

Beauden Barrett says the All Blacks changed tack and got excited about chasing kicks when they battled back to beat England at Twickenham.

Kepu back to where it all began in Padua

SEKOPE KEPU of Australia reacts to being shown a red card during the international match between Scotland and Australia at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.

A decade after making his Wallabies debut in Padua, prop Sekope Kepu is in line to win his 102nd cap in the same venue against Italy this weekend.

Toomua admits Cheika faces tough decisions

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Under-fire coach Michael Cheika has some difficult calls to make about the Wallabies side he picks to play Italy, according to utility Matt Toomua.

Kelly to fight for spot in Titans return

Australia coach MAL MENINGA looks on during an Australian Kangaroos training session at SS in Brisbane, Australia.

Gold Coast centre Brian Kelly has a fight on his hands to earn a starting berth after returning from Manly in the off-season.

NZ contract for son of rugby great Jones

The son of All Blacks legend Michael Jones is turning heads in New Zealand rugby and is already on the books of the national sevens team at age 17.

Petaia out to bring some joy to Wallabies

JORDAN PETAIA of the Reds is tackled during the Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Exciting teenage talent Jordan Petaia could make his Wallabies debut against Italy as Australia look for a much-needed confidence boost after their latest loss.

Genia urges fans to stick with Wallabies

WILL GENIA of the Wallabies passes the ball during an International Test match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Will Genia has urged Wallabies fans to stick by the beleaguered team as they head to Italy for a Test match they cannot afford to lose.

Suva to stage NZ Super Rugby derby

The Chiefs and Crusaders will square off in the familiar surrounds of Suva during next year's Super Rugby championship.

SBW ruled out of All Blacks-Ireland Test

SONNY BILL WILLIAMS of the All Blacks passes during The Rugby Championship match between the New Zealand All Blacks and Argentina at Yarrow Stadium in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Ngani Laumape has joined the All Blacks squad ahead of their showdown with Ireland after inside centre Sonny Bill Williams was ruled out with injury.

Dempsey to stick with Wallabies and NSW

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Rugged Wallabies flanker Jack Dempsey will stay with Australia and the NSW Waratahs until at least 2020 after signing for two more years.

Pocock defiant despite Wallabies' setback

DAVID POCOCK of the Brumbies runs onto the field before the round seven Super Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Waratahs at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia.

David Pocock says the stellar defensive of the Wallabies against Wales was one consolation to take from a demoralising 9-6 Test defeat.

Wales v Australia snapshot

WARREN GATLAND, the Lions head coach looks on during the British & Irish Lions captain's run in Wellington, New Zealand.

A brief look at Australia's rugby union Test defeat by Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Hooper kicking himself after loss to Wales

MICHAEL HOOPER of Australia looks on during the Australia Captain's Run at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Skipper Michael Hooper believes his decision to give up a shot at penalty goal was a huge factor in the Wallabies' 9-6 Test loss to Wales.

Australia wins women's Oceania sevens

Australia have won the women's title at the Oceania rugby sevens championship in Fiji with a win over New Zealand but the men finished fourth in their division.

Refreshed Wallabies ready to rock in Wales

MICHAEL HOOPER of Australia looks on during the Australia Captain's Run at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Michael Hooper says the Wallabies' week-long camp in Japan was the perfect tonic ahead of Sunday's crucial clash against Wales.

Bullish Wales ready to end Wallabies run

Wales skipper Alun Wyn Jones says his side can have no excuses if they lose a 14th straight match to Australia this Sunday.

Cheika holding firm on 'Pooper' combo

MICHAEL CHEIKA speaks to his players during an Australian Wallabies training session at Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Michael Cheika maintains the combination of under-sized back-rowers David Pocock and Michael Hooper is not a reason for the Wallabies line-out woes.

Gatland desperate to end Wallabies run

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Warren Gatland says his Wales side's confidence will receive a huge boost if they can end their run of 13 straight defeats to Australia.

Wallabies out to extend Wales hoodoo

Australia haven't lost to Wales in the last 13 meetings between the two nations - a record stemming back to 2008.

Cheika backs hothead Latu to keep his cool

TOLU LATU poses for a headshot during the Australian Wallabies Player Camp at the AIS in Canberra, Australia.

Michael Cheika has backed firebrand hooker Tolu Latu to keep his cool after handing him his first start in almost two years against Wales in Cardiff.

Dempsey gets Wallabies nod to face Wales

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

NSW Waratahs back-rower Jack Dempsey has been named in the starting line-up for Saturday's Test against Wales.

Wales bullish ahead of Wallabies clash

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards says after 13 successive defeats to the Wallabies, his side finally have the squad to end that woeful record.

Size no issue for Wallabies' pack: Pocock

DAVID POCOCK catches the ball during an Australia training session at Harrow School in London, England.

David Pocock is confident the Wallabies pack can cope with the physicality of Wales' huge back-rowers.

Wallabies line-out has to improve: Pocock

DAVID POCOCK of the Brumbies runs onto the field before the round seven Super Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Waratahs at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia.

Wallabies back-rower David Pocock says the team's struggling line-out play has to improve ahead of this weekend's Test against Wales in Cardiff.

Beale confident of extending Wales hoodoo

KURTLEY BEALE of the Wallabies in action during the Bledisloe Cup match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Kurtley Beale says Australia are confident of maintaining their decade-long winning streak against Wales in Cardiff this weekend.

Reds sign son of a gun McGahan

The Reds have added former Auckland Blues playmaker Matt McGahan, son of former New Zealand rugby league international Hugh, to their Super Rugby squad.

Ashley-Cooper relishing Wallabies return

MICHAEL CHEIKA, Head Coach of Australia looks on during a training session at the Lensbury Hotel in London, England.

Veteran utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper says the burning desire to win a Rugby World Cup is stronger than ever after returning to the Wallabies squad aged 34.

Malouf bolsters Aus men's 7s Olympic case

ADAM COLEMAN of the Force and MICHAEL WELLS of the Waratahs compete for the ball in the lineout during the Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Force at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Nick Malouf is back playing sevens after a stint with England's Leicester, named vice-captain for Australia's Oceania Sevens Championship this weekend.

Isi Naisarani to travel on Wallabies tour

Fijian-born back-rower Isi Naisarani will travel with the Wallabies' spring tour squad as a development player before being eligible next year for Australia.

Read to end All Blacks career at World Cup

KIERAN READ of the All Blacks is tackled during The Rugby Championship match between the New Zealand All Blacks and Argentina at Yarrow Stadium in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Next year's World Cup will mark the end of Kieran Read's All Blacks career, the veteran skipper has confirmed.

Second-string All Blacks to face Japan

Coach STEVE HANSEN speaks to media during a New Zealand All Blacks press conference in Wellington, New Zealand.

Up to eight players are in line for their All Blacks Test debuts when a second-string line-up face Japan in Tokyo.