Lance signs short-term UK deal

Former Force flyhalf Jono Lance is heading to the UK, signing a short-term deal with Worcester. Click Here: habitat tord boontje Worcester announced Lance’s recruitment on Tuesday night, Australian time, on Twitter. The 27-year-old signed a deal with the Western Force for the 2018 season, and has been mooted...

ARU rubbishes Forrest's 'ambush' claims

The ARU has rubbished Andrew Forrest’s claims that the Force was on the Super Rugby chopping block as early as February. Forrest claimed on Wednesday morning that he had documents that stated as early as February 24 that the Force was the team in the ARU’s sights when it...

Meeting of coaching minds in Sydney

George Smith wasn’t the only unusual face at Wallabies training on Tuesday, with head coaches from around the country at Leichhardt Oval on Tuesday. Reds coach Nick Stiles, Force coach Dave Wessels, Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson and Rebels’ Tony McGahan and Morgan Turinui all descended on Sydney this week,...

Thorn takes aim after error-riddled loss

Queensland’s loss to the Chiefs had a bit of groundhog day about it, in the eyes of coach Brad Thorn. Click Here: cheap INTERNATIONAL jersey Having watched his side fumble their way through a loss to the Waratahs one week prior, the same basic skill errors cost the Reds...

Phipps set for first 2018 start

Nick Phipps will play starting nine for the first time this season, as the Waratahs look to upset the Crusaders in Christchurch. Phipps has had a frustrating year, with a calf injury delaying his start to the season and dealing with an off-field controversy in recent weeks, but the...

Pocock finds positives in Super Rugby return

David Pocock has ticked off his return to the field and though he didn’t have a fairytale finish, there were plenty of positives for the openside. Pocock, who was also playing his 100th Super Rugby match in his return game, seemed somewhat relieved to make it through the game...

Super Rugby future planning starts now

Australia should have a clear idea of what Super Rugby will look like beyond 2020 by the end of this year, players’ boss Ross Xenos says. A new collective bargaining agreement was announced on Wednesday, running until the end of the current broadcast deal in 2020, a timeline that...

Tupou escapes suspension for Stormers tackle

Taniela Tupou has escaped with a warning over a late tackle in last weekend’s loss to the Stormers. Tupou faced a SANZAAR judiciary hearing on Tuesday night over the tackle on Stormers winger Craig Barry in the ninth minute of their Sunday morning (AEDT) clash.  He had been charged...

Waratahs go down in Queenstown trial

The Waratahs have gone down to the Highlanders, 55-29, in their opening Super Rugby trial and will come home with an injury concern on Saturday. Lock Ned Hanigan came off 20 minutes into his planned half-hour stint, after possible re-aggravating a knee injury he suffered on last year’s Spring...

It's Miller time as Tahs go for two on-ballers for Sharks

The Waratahs have all the tools to deploy their own version of ‘Pooper’, with Will Miller named on the bench for their clash with the Sharks. Miller comes on to the bench to fill the hole left by Jed Holloway, who shifts into the starting XV as part of...