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Michael Cheika the transformer may be back after getting lost in 2016 - The Sydney Morning Herald

The past two weeks have cast Michael Cheika back into a role he suits well: the transformer – the coach who went into Leinster and the Waratahs and turned them into winners. It is somewhat odd that the Wallabies are a "turnaround" project for Cheika ...and more »

Fitz Files: You beauties! Wallabies lose but win back respect - The Sydney Morning Herald

You wonderful Wallabies. You bloody beauties. No, you didn't beat the All Blacks last Saturday night in Dunedin, but your performance was a triumph regardless. Having been blown away in the first half of the first Test in Sydney just the week before ...and more »

Wallabies in real trouble, but Australian amateur rugby is in great shape - Stuff.co.nz

Sean McMahon and the Wallabies need to realise that the fans are their pay-masters. OPINION: Who said rugby is dying? Actually, I think it might have been me, on the ABC's 7.30 last week. My theme was actually that the professional game in Australia is ...and more »

Bonus Podcast 269.5 – From the Horse's Mouth (With Will Reid) - Green and Gold Rugby

About two weeks ago, The Green and Gold Rugby Show was approached by Will Reid, a bloke who works for The Feed, a show on SBS Viceland. Will was working on a documentary about rugby in Australia, when he was given the chance to interview ARU CEO Bill ...and more »

Wallabies great Drew Mitchell excited by life after rugby and move into commentary - Fox Sports

DREW Mitchell is excited about his sidestep into commentary but wary of the broader plunge into the unknown of life without the adrenaline of elite rugby. The former Wallaby winger will ride shotgun as a play-by-play special comments man for Fox Sports ...and more »

Reds reject Rob Simmons promises a rugby revival with Waratahs - dailytelegraph.com.au

UNWANTED by Queensland, Wallabies forward Rob Simmons has vowed to return to his best form after signing a two-year deal with rivals NSW. Simmons found himself in the odd position of having an ARU top-up as a player of national interest yet sidelined ...and more »

Force fans urged not to boycott Wallabies - SBS

The Western Force's Billy Meakes has urged WA fans not to boycott the Wallabies in Perth. (AAP). Disillusioned Western Force fans could boycott the Wallabies' Test against South Africa next week due to their anger towards the ARU. Updated Updated 1 ...and more »