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Rodda hasn't spoken with Thorn over Reds exit

Wallabies lock Izack Rodda has no regrets about his decision to walk out on the Queensland Reds last year to play in France, and says he is still yet to speak to his former coach Brad Thorn since returning to Australia.

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Australia lose to Fiji, 7s hopes gone

Australia's attempts to crack Fiji's defence proved futile in a frustrating 19-0 men's rugby sevens quarter-final loss at Tokyo Stadium.

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Champs Fiji loom for Australia in rugby 7s

Australia will play Olympic champions in a daunting men's rugby sevens quarter-final task after the Samu Kerevi-inspired side showed vast improvement in a 14-12 loss to New Zealand.

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6dSam Bruce

Rennie says Quade can play: 'He's as sharp as ever'

Quade Cooper could be just one injury away from a shock return to Test rugby, Wallabies coach Dave Rennie confirming the veteran playmaker will have the chance to push for Bledisloe Cup selection by how he trains over the next few weeks.

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Wallabies face stiff Bledisloe Cup switch

The Wallabies face playing two consecutive Bledisloe Cup Tests in New Zealand before taking on the All Blacks in Perth in a condensed Test schedule to accommodate COVID-19 travel restrictions.

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7dESPN staff with AAP

Quade in shock Wallabies return for Bledisloe

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has recalled some familiar faces and added newcomer Nick Frost in a 42-man squad to prepare for Australia's Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship campaigns kicking off next month.

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13dSam Bruce

Wallabies' Lolesio on match-winner: 'It was a dead duck'

As the Wallabies prepare to fight Marika Koroibete's high tackle charge, Noah Lolesio has opened up on the game plan that allowed Australia to run down France and the "dead duck" penalty that secured the 2-1 series win.

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Rennie accuses French captain of milking red card

Dave Rennie has unloaded on France for milking penalties after Australia played one man down for 75 minutes to beat Les Bleus 33-30 and claim their Test rugby series 2-1.

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McDermott to start as Rennie shakes up Wallabies

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has made seven changes for the decisive third Test against France, the biggest of which sees Tate McDermott promoted to the starting side in place of Jake Gordon.

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Wallabies return to Canberra for first time in four years

Test match rugby returns to Canberra for the first time in four years, with Rugby Australia announcing the domestic schedule for the Rugby Championship on Wednesday morning.

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Rennie forecasts changes for French decider

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has forecast changes to his line-up for the deciding Test in Brisbane on Saturday after France equalised with a gripping second Test victory in Melbourne.

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18dSam Bruce

French dish out Test rugby lessons the Wallabies continue to ignore

The Wallabies just aren't making it easy on themselves. Having escaped with the win in Brisbane, they appeared to have learned little and were rightfully beaten by France on Tuesday. Australia's issues are obvious, so why do they continue to be a problem?

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France stun Wallabies with late Test win

France have taken their turn to taste victory with a late penalty securing a 28-26 win over the Wallabies in the second Test in Melbourne.

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Tupou to start second Test vs. France

Dave Rennie has made just one change to the Wallabies' team for the second Test against France, with Taniela Tupou to start in the place of Allan Alaalatoa.

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24dSam Bruce

Wallabies get out of jail: The good, the bad and the ugly

The Wallabies earned their second win under Dave Rennie, thanks largely to a horror French mistake in the match's dying seconds. But there was plenty to take out of the 80 minutes prior, that will have both pleased and disappointed the Aussie coach.

2019 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    Tries Scored 1st South Africa : 11 Tries Scored
  • AUS2nd
    Points Difference 1st South Africa : 51 Points Difference