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The Asteron Life Super Rugby Competition expands to 18 teams in 2016. The ACT Brumbies, NSW Waratahs, Melbourne Rebels, Queenland Reds and Western Force take on the world’s best from New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Japan.
The Seven-a-side competition is played on a national level by both men & women and is a permanent fixture at the Sevens World Series, Commonwealth Games and a recent Olympic Game inductee.
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Australia's newest domestic competition where 9 teams from around the country will shape the pathway for junior Rugby representatives to develop into elite players, coaches and match officials.
The Wallaroos is Australia's Women's XVs side that competes in the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup and Test Matches.
A return to Test Rugby after eight years in the Wallabies wilderness would instil confidence in many but Queensland Reds front rower Greg Holmes says it has increased the pressure.
Japanese fullback Ayumu Goromaru will come off the bench for the Queensland Reds in their second trial, against the Brumbies.
The Western Force squad knew they had to lift their attacking game after a disappointing 2015 season it’s not just the coaching staff who worked to improve things in the off-season.
The Australian Rugby Union today announced the TNT Match Officials Team for 2016 with Angus Gardner and Amy Perrett joining Australian Rugby in a full time capacity in 2016.
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Rugby might not be Western Australia’s number one sport but Western Force junior elite coach Dwayne Nestor believes hard work will break down any of those barriers.
The Australian Rugby Union is in talks to expand the Sydney 7s to include both men's and women's World Series events, CEO Bill Pulver says.
He has a namesake statue in Japan but Queensland Reds recruit Ayumu Goromaru is likely to lead a slightly more anonymous existence at his new Rugby home.