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Former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika.

Three jobs, four continents and World Cups in two codes: Why Cheika is getting no sleep

Former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is burning the candle at three ends with cross-code duties for Argentina, Lebanon and in Japan. And he’s loving it.

  • by Iain Payten

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Thorn and his side face tough task to get back to top of Super Rugby heap

Almost as soon as he revealed his ambitions to take charge of the Wallabies via this column, things began to go wrong for Queensland Reds coach Brad Thorn.

Wayne Smith

The Wallabies now have depth. And that leaves Fraser McReight at a crossroads.

McReight is a favourite son of Queensland but after being left out of the Wallabies squad, is he still the heir apparent for Michael Hooper’s No.7 jersey?

Paul Cully
Paul Cully

Rugby columnist

The World Cup wildcards on Wallabies’ radar

Dave Rennie has a good nucleus of experienced players in his squad, meaning there may be room for one or two uncapped youngsters to achieve the correct blend. Who are the top candidates?

Wayne Smith

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Andy Marinos, Hamish McLennan and Mark Robinson.

Rugby Australia threatens to cut ties with Kiwis over TV cash split

Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan has created waves by declaring Australia may walk away from Super Rugby in 2024.

  • by Tom Decent and Iain Payten
Jed Holloway had an excellent season for the Waratahs before earning selection in a 35-man Wallabies squad.

The moment Holloway thought he’d missed out on the Wallabies squad

Jed Holloway says he wants to “turn some heads” at Wallabies camp this week after a slightly different phone call after earning selection for the upcoming England series.

  • by Tom Decent

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