Rugby Australia Awards: All the gold carpet glamour

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by Beth Newman

The Rugby Australia Awards are a rare chance for Australia's men and women of  rugby to glam up and step out on the gold carpet.

A host of Australia's national players swapped their Asics for RMs and training singlets for fancy frocks in Sydney's inner-west.

Keep an eye here for the latest pics from the gold carpet.

Sevens superstars Charlotte Caslick and Lewis Holland arrive at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Aussie Sevens co-captain Sharni Williams and partner Mel Smales. Photo: Getty Images

Aussie Sevens players Page McGregor and Shannon Parry at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Ben O'Donnell and partner Caitlin Milne at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Nick Malouf and his partner at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Sevens stars Demi Hayes and Simon Kennewell at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Wallaroos duo Emily Chancellor and Millie Boyle at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

U20s stars Isaac Lucas, Jordan Petaia, Harry Wilson and Fraser McReight. Photo: Getty Images

Kurtley Beale and partner Madi Blomberg at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Tim Anstee and Maurice Longbottom embrace the instaframe at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Mahalia Murphy and her partner at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Tonight was a chance for plenty of players to bring their partners along but some players were happy to travel solo or with their teammates.

Wallaroos Lori Cramer and Grace Hamilton at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Scott Sio travelled solo at Thursday night's Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Allan Alaalatoa and his partner at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Aussie Sevens youngster Jeral Skelton and his partner arriving at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Michael Hooper and partner Kate arrive at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo:Getty Images

Marika Koroibete arrives at the Rugby Australia Awards with wife Emma. Photo: Getty Images

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izack Rodda arrived on the gold carpet with a surprise accessory - a moon boot.

We've been told, though, that it is nothing for Reds fans to worry about. Rodda picked up a stress fracture in his foot,that he carried through the Rugby World Cup and will be ready to go for round one of Super Rugby

Izack Rodda and his partner arrive at the Rugby Australia Awards. Photo: Getty Images

You can take a look at all the behind the scenes action on Rugby Australia's social media channels throughout the night.