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Should McMahon go straight into Wallabies starting side? (02:46)
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Wallabies' McMahon: 'Japan's done wonders for me'

Sean McMahon isn't sure just how Rugby Australia should tweak its Giteau Law, but nearing a first Test in four years he says his time in Japan has helped extend his career after a brutal start to professional rugby.

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Fierce, resilient: Wallabies have fans dreaming again

Level-headed, fierce and resilient, three words that could easily be inscribed in stone beside Michael Hooper's name, his teammates lifted to his level and had fans dreaming again as they defeated the Springboks 30-17 in Brisbane.

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All Blacks back on top of the world after win over Pumas

New Zealand snatched South Africa's world number one ranking and placed one hand on the Rugby Championship trophy after subjecting Argentina to a second successive thrashing in Brisbane on Saturday.

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Should Japan join Rugby Championship? (00:30)
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New Wallaroos coach Tregonning's vision of success

Jay Tregonning isn't waiting around to make an impression as the new Wallaroos head coach, already planning and envisioning a triumphant future for his team under a year out from the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.

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McKenzie to pilot All Blacks against Pumas

Damian McKenzie will make his first Test start at fly-half for three years against Argentina in Brisbane on Saturday after All Blacks coach Ian Foster completely overhauled his team for their fourth Rugby Championship clash.

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White handed Wallabies start for Boks rematch

Nic White will make his first Wallabies start for the year after he was promoted ahead of Tate McDermott for the second Test against the Springboks on Saturday.

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Cooper: More to being Australian than a piece of paper (00:47)
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Smith to miss remainder of Rugby Championship

Aaron Smith has played his last game for New Zealand in the Rugby Championship this year, with the scrum-half to remain in New Zealand for the birth of his second child.

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World Rugby to consider biennial RWC - chief

World Rugby (WR) chief executive Alan Gilpin has said that organisation "will continue to consider" staging the Rugby World Cup every two years instead of every four.