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The Wallaroos is Australia's Women's XVs side that competes in the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup and Test Matches.
The Wallabies just pulled off a historical first, relegating a World Cup host to spectator status before the end of the pool stages, but coach Michael Cheika is urging them to keep it real.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika wants his fly halves to control the game and that’s exactly what Bernard Foley did on Saturday night.
Australia sealed a Rugby World Cup 2015 quarter-finals berth with a 33-13 win over England at Twickenham on Saturday night, ending the host’s tournament in the pool stages.
Wallabies vice-captain Adam Ashley-Cooper will enter Twickenham on Saturday night with no doubt in his mind.
What will be the keys to victory when Australia takes on England?
Regardless of the final score at Twickenham on Saturday, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika said they wouldn’t be beaten out by a desperate home side
I mentioned the importance of nailing three-point conversions in the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship and how it’s hurt teams, in yesterday’s profile with Greater Sydney Rams skipper, Jed Holloway.
Less than a year ago, Michael Cheika took up the reins of the Wallabies, ready to rebuild the team from the inside out.
Following the Wallabies training session at Dulwich College earlier this morning, Michael Cheika has named his bench for Saturday's match against England at Twickenham.
When David Pocock was on his road back from a second knee reconstruction, he wasn’t thinking about games like Saturday’s against England.