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  • All Blacks
    Putting the “Class” in “Classic Rugby”

    There are more than 400,000 reasons why the Triple M Brisbane organised Classic Wallabies versus Classic All Blacks match was worth the effort. That’s the number of dollars raised by the event to go to the Christchurch Earthquake fund. And they haven’t stopped counting yet, so expect the figure to end up...

  • All Blacks
    Hallelujah!

    Hallelujah and not just for the win but the Wallabies back line ran a first phase move during the game for only the second time in 2010! Not only that, there were several general play moves involving forwards and backs that looked like they’d been practiced at training.  Not surprisingly, these rare...

  • All Blacks
    Wallaby Backline History: Part 3 – 1999 to 2001

    Here’s part 3 of the videos looking at the Wallaby back line from 1979 to 2010 with this...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Backline History: Part 2 – 1991 to 1998

    Here’s part 2 of the videos looking at the Wallaby back line from 1979 to 2010 with...

  • Rugby
    A RWC Wallaby Retrospective: 1999 vs 2011!

    Where were we in 98: Looking back to June-ish 1998 and using the IRB Rankings formula, via...

  • Rugby
    A RWC Wallaby Retrospective: 1995 vs 2011!

    Where were we in 94: Even though the IRB rankings didn’t really come into effect until somewhere...

  • Rugby
    Stirling, Japan is your best bet

    You don’t like saying it of a champion but Father Time has finally caught up with Stirling Mortlock. Like George Gregan, who stayed too long at this level, he just ain’t the player he used to be. He’s lost some pace, is starting to fall off tackles and doesn’t have that dynamism...

  • NSW Waratahs
    Reds v Tahs: ‘impartial’ head to head analysis

    Messers Hickey and McKenzie have done their part, the teams are named.  Now it is time for...

  • Rugby
    G&GR Wallaby of the Decade

    Despite a decade in which we probably didn’t win as many trophies as we would have liked,...

  • Rugby
    G&GR Wallaby Team of the Decade

    Well, the people have spoken. The votes are in and we have our official Green & Gold...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Scrumhalf of the Decade

    Unsurprisingly in a decade in which the Wallabies most capped player played scrumhalf, there were only six...

  • Rugby
    Melbourne Rebels Super 15: Recruitment

    SEE ALL OUR LATEST NEWS, GOSSIP AND RAMBLINGS ABOUT THE MELBOURNE REBELS HERE The good news for...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Leadership Questions: Towards 2011!

    Aussie D asked the question, at the Green & Gold Rugby forum, as to who should be...

  • Rugby
    Toutai Kefu v. NZL (2001)

    It’s Bledisloe Week, so it’s only natural that our next great Wallaby try to be analysed is...

  • Rugby
    Chris Latham v RSA (2000)

    Finally, we get to our next series of Great Wallaby Try Analysis posts. Appropriately, this week we...

  • Japan
    Yes, I’m turning Japanese

      The recent signing by Hugh McMeniman to the Japanese rugby club Kubota Spears, the defection of...

  • Rugby
    A Bledisloe Stat Attack!

    This is is the kind of stuff the ARU sends out to all of their media contacts...

  • All Blacks
    Great Tries – Matthew Burke v. NZL (1996)

    This will be the first in what we hope is a series of posts highlighting some of...

  • Rugby
    Wallabies for Bledisloe 1

    Wycliffe Palu makes his return to the national team, whilst Reds scrumhalf, Will Genia, is in line to make his test debut as the Wallabies take on the All Blacks this Saturday at Eden Park (5.35pm Australian Eastern Standard Time). Coach Robbie Deans has named his strongest test team of the season,...

  • British & Irish Lions
    Video & review: The Beast monsters the Lions

    South Africa 26 – British & Irish Lions 21 This is a game that had it all:...