With the Australian Men's Sevens side set to take the field at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow starting tonight (AEST), current Australian Women's Sevens Head Coach Tim Walsh knows all about what it means to compete at the event.
Australian Rugby was saddened to learn of the passing of Wallaby number 491, Ian Moutray, who was laid to rest on Thursday 24 July 2014 in Sydney.
Brisbane-born Shannon Parry has been named the Wallaroos World Cup captain for next month’s IRB 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Men's Sevens captain Ed Jenkins has been chosen to represent the Australian Commonwealth Games team at a Royal Lunch in Glasgow.
Ahead of the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, we take a look at previous campaigns the Rugby Sevens team has taken part in since the sport's inception in 1998.
Qantas Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has announced a strong 32-man squad for the 2014 Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship.
Men's Sevens star Cameron Clark has warned the Australian team of the perils of looking too far ahead when their Commonwealth Games campaign kicks off next weekend in Glasgow.
Brumbies Man (aka Trevor Hancock) is among the nominees for HSBC Volunteer of the Year - an initiative aimed at recognising the efforts and skills of people who have contributed to the development, promotion and advancement of Rugby Union within Australia.
The Australian Rugby Union has today unveiled Qantas Wallabies player allocations for the inaugural year of Australian Rugby’s new domestic competition, the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship.
The Wallaroos today started their final preparation camp before next month’s IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 at the Sydney Academy of Sport in Narrabeen.