New South Wales has claimed a double triumph after its Boys and Girls teams took out the Cup Finals at the National Youth Sevens Championships at the Sydney Academy of Sport in Sydney this afternoon.
The Cup Finalists for tomorrow at the National Youth Sevens Championships at the Sydney Academy of Sport have been decided with some intriguing battles ahead.
VIVA7s officially launched in Armidale in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales last night.
Australian Rugby Union today confirmed the appointment of two new assistant coaches for the Qantas Wallabies in Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey.
The Australian Rugby Union has welcomed the opening of the Albert Tibby Cotter Bridge. The walkway for pedestrians and cyclists will open up Sydney’s CBD to Moore Park with a clear and safe walkway to Allianz Stadium and the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The draw for the third round of the 2014/15 Women's Sevens World Series in Atlanta has been made with the Qantas Australian side drawn alongside Fiji, Spain and France in Pool B.
This weekend's National Youth Girls tournament at Narrabeen is set to boast an array of Rugby Sevens talent who already own an Olympic Gold Medal.
Western Australia have won the Southern States Under 20s Championship for the second year in a row with 32-27 final round match win against Victoria in Adelaide on Wednesday at Adelaide Airport Stadium.
Round two of the JGC has concluded with wet weather affecting matches across the country. For the two ACT teams, solid performances saw the sides defeat the Hunter region with the Under 15s scoring over 50 and in the Under 17s ACT were victorious 31-7.
The Australian Rugby Union has re-signed promising Western Force prop Tetera Faulkner on a new two-year contract extension through until the end of 2017.