The man that just keeps on giving, not only for Rugby in Australia but overseas too.
Who’s in and who’s out for your Asteron Life Super Rugby team this week, we have all the whispers from around the grounds.
Australia has scored five tries to claim a bonus point 34-22 win against Samoa in its opening clash of the World Rugby U20 Championship in Italy on Wednesday morning.
Qantas Wallabies and Western Force backrower Ben McCalman has signed a new three-year flexible contract with the Australian Rugby Union through until at least the end of 2018.
Australian U20s Coach Adrian Thompson has called on big-game experience for his side’s opening World Rugby U20s Championship fixture with Asteron Life Super Rugby squad members Lolo Fakaosilea, Campbell Magnay, Adam Korcyzk and Jonah Placid all named in the starting XV to face Samoa on Wednesday morning (June 3, 2.30am AEST).
The Reds returned to the winners list for just the fourth time this season, while it’s a tight race at the top between the Waratahs and Brumbies who are locked on 42 points apiece.
Four massive games for the Australian Conference of Asteron Life Super Rugby with ramifications at both ends of the table.
The NSW Waratahs will look to cement their position on top of the Australian conference with their clash against the Lions. Young up and coming hooker, Hugh Roach will get his opportunity following suspension to Tolu Latu in last round’s match against the Crusaders in Sydney.
Quade Cooper’s return as well as the prospect of a taking home the dreaded wooden spoon, has the Queensland Reds set to fire against the Force.
A man renowned for rolling up his sleeves and simply getting on with the job, Glen Croker is a dedicated clubman, Coach and mentor at Canberra's Uni-Norths club.