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20hAAP

Wallabies defence coach Taylor departs role

Defence coach Matt Taylor has cut ties with the Wallabies as they start preparations for two Rugby Championship Tests against South Africa.

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2dSam Bruce

Foley given Wallabies recall amid fly-half uncertainty

Bernard Foley is back in the Wallabies squad for the first time since 2019, the playmaker named as part of a 35-man squad to face the Springboks as coach Dave Rennie wrestles with the problem position of fly-half.

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6dBrittany Mitchell

Injuries bite as Wallabies' problem area exposed

It'd be easy to point at the ever-growing Wallabies injury list for why they couldn't get the job done in San Juan on Sunday morning [AEST], but in their biggest ever loss to Argentina it was their inexperienced back three that left them exposed.

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6dAAP

Wallabies crash to heavy Pumas defeat

The Wallabies have been unable to back up their opening Rugby Championship success, crashing to a 48-17 loss to Argentina in a helter-skelter affair in San Juan.

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7dReuters

Wallabies injury curse strikes again, Fainga'a out

Australia have been forced into a late change on the eve of their Rugby Championship clash with Argentina after hooker Folau Fainga'a was ruled out of the contest in San Juan and replaced by Lachlan Lonergan, who will make his first test start.

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8dBrittany Mitchell

Pumas vs. Wallabies: Is JOC's experience enough?

Australia found a way to win in Mendoza, but even more injuries, including Quade Cooper, are starting to bite. Is James O'Connor's experience enough to get them home in San Juan?

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8dSam Bruce

O'Connor to replace Cooper for Pumas Test

James O'Connor has been recalled for the Wallabies' second Test against the Pumas in Argentina, as Dave Rennie's squad continue to suffer a rotten run with injury.

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10dESPN

Wallabies forced into another reshuffle

The Wallabies have been forced into another team shuffle with experienced prop Allan Ala'alatoa withdrawing from camp due to a family bereavement.

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10dBrittany Mitchell

Hooper reaches out, but no timeline on return

Wallabies halfback Nic White has revealed several teammates have spoken to Michael Hooper following their courageous 41-26 win over the Pumas, after their captain shocked world rugby with a late withdrawal from the squad for personal reasons.

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11dSam Bruce

Rugby Championship R1 wrap: Horrific Barrett fall could have been avoided

Beauden Barrett's nasty fall following an aerial collision with Kurt-Lee Arendse could and should have been prevented. The All Blacks certainly have multiple issues to deal with, meanwhile, but life is certainly pretty good for Australia's Jed Holloway.

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12dReuters

Quade suffers Achilles injury, season in doubt

Australia fly-half Quade Cooper is expected to spend an extended period on the sidelines after suffering a "pretty serious" Achilles injury during the Wallabies' 41-26 win over Argentina in Mendoza on Saturday.

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14dAAP

Citing mindset, Hooper withdrawn from tour

Captain Michael Hooper has withdrawn from the Wallabies' Rugby Championship Test against Argentina 24 hours before kick-off, saying he isn't in the "right mindset" to lead or represent the country.

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15dSam Bruce

Rennie: 'No regrets' over Kerevi's sevens gamble

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie says he has "no regrets" over Samu Kerevi's Commonwealth Games participation, despite the powerhouse centre suffering a season-ending knee injury while on sevens duty in Birmingham.

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15dSam Bruce

Pumas vs. Wallabies: Is Cooper a lame duck without Kerevi?

Australia, for once, don't start their Rugby Championship campaign against the All Blacks. The Pumas away, however, are no snack either. So what must Australia get right if they're to bounce back from the series loss to England?

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15dSam Bruce

Quade back as Holloway earns Wallabies start

Jed Holloway has capped a remarkable return to Australian rugby in 2022, after earning his first Test start in the Wallabies' Rugby Championship opener against Argentina in Mendoza on Sunday morning [AEST].

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17dAAP

Wallabies dealt massive Kerevi blow

Samu Kerevi's Commonwealth Games rugby sevens cameo has backfired with the Wallabies star to miss the rest of the year because of a knee injury.

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22dAAP

Wallabies' Arnold shrugs off injury concerns

Veteran lock Rory Arnold has shrugged off any injury concerns to put his hand up for selection for the Wallabies' opening Rugby Championship Test against Argentina.

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23dReuters

Former players to take legal action against World Rugby

A group of former players have issued formal legal proceedings against World Rugby and the governing bodies of England (RFU) and Wales (WRU) over claims that the failure to protect them led to the early onset of dementia, British media reported.

2022 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    Tries Scored 1st Argentina : 9 Tries Scored
    ARG1st
    7
    9
  • AUS4th
    Points Difference 1st Argentina : 16 Points Difference
    ARG1st
    -16
    16