A thrilling 17-17 draw with New Zealand has sent Australia into a Cup quarter-final against England tomorrow.
Australia has secured a Cup quarter-final berth at the first Sydney Sevens, after a 26-12 win over Canada.
The Aussie women took a commanding 1-0 series lead over Ireland at the Sydney 7s, but coach Tim Walsh wants to see improvement for their final two matches.
Aussie Sevens back Cam Clark ignited his own army and the Sydney 7s crowd with a hat-trick as the home crowd opened its Sydney 7s campaign with a 24-7 win over Portugal.
While the Six Nations has paused a number of competitions in Europe this weekend, there are still plenty of Aussies in action in the UK’s Premiership.
They’ve already got one World Series win under their belts and the Australian Women’s Sevens team are starting to feel the Olympic buzz.
While the world’s best Rugby Sevens players take a break from the frenetic pace of the HSBC Sydney 7s, some of Australia’s Wallabies legends will take centre stage.
Microsoft Australia Managing Director Pip Marlow has been appointed as a Director of the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) Board.
Olympic hopeful Quade Cooper knew when he arrived in Australia he had a slim chance of featuring in the HSBC Sydney 7s but when he heads back to France he’ll be one step closer to Olympic eligibility.
Queensland Reds coach Richard Graham says Karmichael Hunt is best suited to fullback but it remains to be seen whether he can play out the 2016 season at 15.