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Rugby World In Mourning As Wallaby Great Ken Catchpole Passes Away

Former Wallabies captain Ken Catchpole, considered one of the greats of Australian rugby, has died aged 78 following a long illness, Rugby Australia said Friday. Affectionately known as “Catchy,” he played 27 Tests, 13 as skipper, and formed one of the game’s enduring scrum-half partnerships with fly-half Phil Hawthorne. Catchpole captained Australia at 21 on his international debut against Fiji …

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Australia Will Bid To Host Two World Cups In The Next 10 Years

After the rather controversial announcement that France would host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, countries around the world are already looking to 2027 with regards to a potential bid.  With both Japan and France hosting world rugby’s next two showpiece tournaments, in all likelihood, the next tournament after that will probably be held in one of the southern hemisphere nations. …

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Ireland Look Set To Rise In World Rankings But It’s Bad News For Wallabies And France

The much anticipated 2017 Autumn internationals have come to a close, well for the most part at least, Wales will play South Africa next weekend in the one remaining high-profile fixture, and with that, different countries have re-affirmed their quality and status as they head into 2018.   The World Rugby Rankings have seen some movement over the last number of …

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Watch: Huw Jones Completely Sold Michael Hooper With This Cheeky Fake Pass

Huw Jones certainly likes playing against the Wallabies. He made his debut for Scotland last year against Michael Cheika’s side and scored his first try just seven minutes into his Murrayfield debut.  Yesterday, he was among the many try scorers when he powered through a scattered Wallabies defence when Finn Russell shaped up to kick a penalty into the corner but …

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