Coleman opts to stay at home, joins Rebels
Melbourne Rebels have landed their biggest fish - both in size and value - with Wallabies lock Adam Coleman joining the Super Rugby club.
Moore brings forward retirement from all rugby
Wallabies stalwart Stephen Moore will hang up his boots for good when the full-time whistle sounds after the Wallabies clash with Scotland this weekend.
Jones returns to captain Wales vs. All Blacks
Alun Wyn Jones returns to captain Wales against New Zealand as Warren Gatland recalls his big hitters for Saturday's Test.
All Blacks concern over Read, Savea
All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has two fitness concerns ahead of New Zealand's clash with Wales in Cardiff after Kieran Read and Ardie Savea both sat out training Tuesday.
Gatland: I'd like to confront 'one or two' Kiwis
Wales coach Warren Gatland prepares to face New Zealand again admitting he would like to get some people "into a corner of a room on their own" after last summer's British & Irish Lions tour.
How far behind England are Australia?
Former World Cup winner Jason Robinson says the gap between Australia and England isn't as big as recent results suggest.
Wallabies loss inevitable when half go missing
The Wallabies can complain about the influence of the referee all they want, but they were never going to beat England with that half-hearted effort - Greg Growden writes.
Test review: Player of the week, flop & more
Scotland came within a whisker of a famous win over New Zealand, while England outlasted Australia and Wales stuttered against Georgia, but who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?
Gregan: The All Blacks are beatable.
George Gregan thinks it's important to remember that New Zealand are only human.
Gregan: Will Genia is at the peak of his powers.
George Gregan thinks Will Genia is in a 'good place' after returning to Australia to play for the Melbourne Rebels.
George Gregan favours Matt Toomua Wallaby return.
George Gregan sees Matt Toomua as a world class player that could slip back into the Wallabies side.
Robinson: Winning World Cup 'the best feeling ever.'
Jason Robinson has revealed that his try that won England the World Cup in 2003 was one of the best feelings he had ever experienced.
Cheika annoyed at TMO decisions.
Australia head coach Michael Cheika admitted he was confused with some of the time spent on certain decisions dealt with by the match's TMO referee in their 30-6 loss to England.
Jones: I'm sorry we're lucky.
England coach Eddie Jones insists his side were not 'lucky' with refereeing decisions in his side's 30-6 victory over Australia.
Passion and physicality see England past Wallabies
England might have been flattered by the final scoreline but they answered their critics with a display full of heart, passion and physicality to beat Australia for a fifth successive time.
All Blacks edge past plucky Scotland
Tries from Codie Taylor, Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barrett edged New Zealand to a 22-17 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield.
WATCH: Sonny Bill Williams didn't know the rules.
Sonny Bill Williams and Rieko Ioane had a laugh about Williams' error that earned him a yellow card in the All Blacks' win against France.
Hansen impressed by Ioane.
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen joked winger Rieko Ioane has been 'pretty good' after he got nominated for rugby's breakthrough and world player of the year.
World Rugby to review 2023 bid process
World Rugby plans to review the process which saw South Africa named preferred bidder only for France to be chosen to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Shock and horror at World Rugby's announcement at Springboks HQ after France wins the right to host Rugby World Cup in 2023. Video by John Goliath
France owes 2023 RWC to financial muscle
France will be fantastic 2023 Rugby World Cup hosts, but while the winning bid offers financial muscle question marks remain.
Beale: rugby's social media king
Kurtley Beale has surely become social media king after posting an Instagram photo in his budgy smugglers alongside Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
Wales centre Davies to miss Six Nations
Wales star Jonathan Davies is set to be sidelined for around six months after suffering a foot injury.
Koroibete wishes Davies speedy recovery
Australia wing Marika Koroibete has wished Jonathan Davies a speedy recovery after the Wales centre was ruled out for six months by foot surgery.
RFU open to more NFL games despite pitch concern
The Rugby Football Union remains open to hosting further NFL games at Twickenham despite concerns over the state of its pitch.
Genia a Catchpole ace for Wallabies in Wales
The 1966/67 Wallabies, a side that included Ken Catchpole, got together in Sydney on Friday night. Twenty-four hours later, Will Genia turned in a performance the great No.9 would be proud to call his own -- Greg Growden writes.
Hooper: Satisfying win, but we must keep it up.
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper enjoyed the win over Wales but know's that England next will demand respect.
Jones challenges Australia to bring their best
Eddie Jones called on Australia to bring their "best game to Twickenham" on Saturday, but prop Mako Vunipola believes England must improve their cohesiveness or they will be "taken apart" by the Wallabies.
Test review: Player of the week, flop & more
The end-of-year Tests kicked off with a bang this weekend but who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?
Gatland laments 'freakish' Beale try.
Warren Gatland says his Wales side could have beaten Australia on Saturday, had it not been for Kurtley Beale's 'freakish' try.
Jones frustrated during Argentina win.
England head coach Eddie Jones admits he was a frustrated man watching England grind out an unimpressive victory over Argentina.
Australia secure 13th straight win over Wales
Wales suffered a 13th successive defeat against Australia as the Wallabies claimed a hard-fought 29-21 victory in Cardiff.
Wallabies stand tall as Hooper equals unwanted record
Michael Cheika lauded the battling spirit of his Wallabies side after they secured a 29-21 win over Wales in Cardiff, though skipper Michael Hooper may have spent some time hiding in the sheds post match.
SBW endures another league rule brainfade
An old rugby league habit has tarnished another rugby Test for All Blacks second five-eighth Sonny Bill Williams, only this time it didn't cost the world champions victory.
Read: We must look after the ball better.
Kieran Read conceded that whilst his team ran out comfortable winners, a lack of discipline allowed France back into the match.
England with work to do despite Pumas win
It was job done for England but little more as they sealed a 21-8 victory over Argentina at Twickenham.
Thoughts from Twickenham after England beat Argentina in an underwhelming match and areas they need to improve on ahead of Australia.
November Tests: Who said what
The November Test series is in full swing with Tier 1 Nations involved in six Test matches across the UK and Europe on Saturday.
November predictions: Team-by-team guide
November offers international coaches possibly their last chance to tinker ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. But how will the big 10 fare over the next month?
Meninga insists Kangaroos considering All Blacks contest.
Mal Meninga says the hybrid match against the All Blacks would be a promoters dream.
Barbarians must be preserved - Growden
Those who believe the Barbarians are an anachronism should be ignored. Barbarians fixtures represent an important release valve given the international calendar is so cluttered, the demands of Test rugby so overwhelming, writes Greg Growden.
Barbarians worthy of the international stage
Playing without pressure is a rarity in modern, professional rugby but the Barbarians proved on Saturday that if you go back to the fundamental, binding essence of the sport, then you can still put together a performance to trouble the world's best side.
Enjoyable game at Twickenham. The Barbarians are subject to an annual review by the naysayers over their relevance in the modern game, but rightly they laugh in the face of the doubters. They were brilliant to watch, Kwagga Smith outstanding, but it was the All Blacks who come away with the 31-22 victory. Waisake Naholo their star man as they build depth ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Wallabies face Fiji in World Cup opener
Rugby World Cup organisers have revealed the match scheduling and locations of the 48 matches, with Australia to face Fiji first-up.
All Blacks kick off 2019 RWC vs. Springboks
The opening round of pool fixtures for the 2019 Rugby World Cup will be headlined by a heavyweight clash between reigning world champions New Zealand and South Africa.
World Cup door may still be open for McMahon
Crash-tackling Wallabies back-rower Sean McMahon says he hasn't closed the door on the 2019 Rugby World Cup despite shifting his career to Japan next year.
Battle of Bristol? More like a calmness in Clifton
England's scrum session with Wales was billed as the 'Battle of Bristol', but in truth the set piece training session ended up being more a cordial calmness in Clifton.
England, Wales scrum session 'worthwhile'
England's unprecedented training session against Wales was ideal preparation for Saturday's clash with Argentina at Twickenham, according to scrum coach Neal Hatley.
Cheika's family link to Aussie rugby's big challenge
Australian rugby has lost a number or promising youngsters to the NRL in recent times and Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is all too aware of the problem -- his second cousin is playing for Lebanon at the Rugby League World Cup.
Cyclone Alan returns for one final time
Cyclone Alan came and went, leaving in its wake wounded Wallaby aspirants, underperforming administrators and tongue-lashed referees. A few days on, some are still reeling, writes Greg Growden.
Concerns for Cheika, Jones after Wallabies win
The Wallabies may have escaped with a three-point victory over Alan Jones' Barbarians but both coaches had cause for concern after the match.
Barbarians coach Alan Jones delivered an extraordinary rant at fulltime after losing to the Wallabies 31-28. Jones described referee Brendan Pickerill as "out of his depth" and said he couldn't fathom how Michael Cheika puts up with that week in, week out.
The Australian Rugby Union on Friday rebranded itself as Rugby Australia, or Rugby Au for short. The move coincided with the offical opening of the governing body's new building which is positioned in the Moore Park complex by Sydney's Allianz Stadium. The Wallabies, Wallaroos and both the Men's and Women's sevens teams will be based out of the building which includes a "state of the art" high-performance facility.
Folau wins record third John Eales Medal
Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has become the first player to win the John Eales Medal for a third time, achieving the feat in just his fifth season of professional rugby.
Israel Folau takes out his the John Eales Medal, the first player to win the Wallabies honour three times. Folau says he's looking forward to one last run against the Barbarians this week, before an extended break. The code-hopper is adamant he hasn't tapped out his rugby potential just yet though.
Hansen to Gatland: Don't coach if you hate it
Steve Hansen has reignited his war of words with Warren Gatland just over a month out from the All Blacks meeting Wales in Cardiff.
Gatland: I'll never coach the Lions again
After two impressive tours with the British & Irish Lions, Warren Gatland says he will not take up the job again.
Where to now for Julian Savea?
He's scored 46 tries in 54 Tests but having been overlooked for the Rugby Championship, Julian Savea has also missed a spot in the All Blacks' spring tour squad. Are his days in the black jersey done and dusted?
Wallabies deserve 'thunderous applause' - Growden
It may have been an under-strength All Blacks side but where the Wallabies have previously missed the opportunity to nail a Bledisloe win, they finally seized the moment and made their trans-Tasman rivals pay -- Greg Growden writes.
Mills congratulates 'inspirational' Wallabies
The NBA star, the son of a Torres Strait Islander father and an Aboriginal mother, had "goosebumps" watching Australia players wearing the Indigenous Wallabies jersey against New Zealand.
Generation-next could be Cheika's Wallabies 'workers'
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he wants to build a squad of "workers". On Saturday night in Brisbane, youngsters Jack Dempsey, Reece Hodge and Lukhan Tui did just that.
Folau to sit out end-of-year Tests
Australia head coach Michael Cheika has confirmed Israel Folau will not play for his country again this year after Saturday's clash with the Barbarians.
Australian Stockman: A rugby story changing lives
Australian rugby has been short on positive stories in 2017. But they are out there, and there is no better example than the Australian Stockman Rugby Union.
It's a grey old day in Brisbane ahead of Bledisloe III, but that hasn't dampened the spirits of the Australian Stockmen's tour launch. Former Wallaby Guy Sheperdson is giving back to the game by touring with the team, an organisation that is promoting mental health and giving young country athletes a chance.
Che Guevara: Argentina's most famous No. 9
Half a century after his death, Huw Richards looks back at the role rugby played in the Argentine revolutionary's life.
The Harare Haka.
New Zealand All Blacks' legendary pregame Haka makes its way to a Zimbabwe high school.
Photos -- Inside a haka tradition for a Zimbabwean rugby team
Twenty-two years ago, the Churchill High School starting lineup needed a game-time ritual to differentiate themselves. And they found what they were looking for in the All Blacks' pregame haka.
The British & Irish Lions have ended a gruelling 10-game tour of New Zealand with a record of five wins, three losses and two draws. ESPN has been there every step of the way.
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