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  • Analysis
    Video Analysis: Queensland Reds – James O’Connor

    It’s hard to deny that over the last World Cup cycle Fly Half has been a problem...

  • British & Irish Lions
    Video: Wallabies Squad Super Rugby Mash-Up

    Want to see what the wallabies squad has got? Here they are in an awesome Super Rugby...

  • British & Irish Lions
    Who Should Be The Wallaby Fly-half?

    With the Lions series thundering closer long time forum member Brumbieman cast his eye over the Wallaby...

  • Melbourne Rebels
    Match Review – Rebels v. Reds

    A Rebels outfit missing Kurtley Beale faced a Reds team on a 2 game winning streak. Could...

  • Rugby
    Who Should Be The Wallabies Number 13?

    Sully (@Only1Sully) wanted me to look at how teams attack using their number 13 and who should...

  • Rugby
    Who Should Run The Wallabies’ Attack?

    Following on from my recent article on how the Wallabies could attack the All Blacks defensive structures,...

  • Rugby
    THINK TANK: Australian Rugby – The Ex-Pat Sport?

    “Aussie” Mike Harris became an Australian hero with his kick that won the 2nd Test against Wales...

  • All Blacks
    Austin’s Stats and Analysis: Wallabies v. All Blacks

    The Wallabies were comprehensively outplayed by the All Blacks last weekend. Is there any joy in any...

  • All Blacks
    Analysis: Wallabies Kicking Game

    I’m sure that like most of you I sat watching Sunday’s victory by the Wallabies against the...

  • Rugby
    2011 Super Rugby Western Force Player of the Year

    Whilst the Western Force will take SOME satisfaction from finishing third in the Australian conference, ahead of...

  • Western Force
    Video: SuperJOC 2011

    A new contributor to our forums, François, put together this great video package showcasing JOC’s 2011. Here’s the intro to the video as written by François in the G&GR Forums: I had a bit of free time recently and decided to make a summary of JOC’s season, whom I’m a big fan...

  • Rugby
    James O’Connor: Wallaby Number 10?

    I’ve been really impressed with James O’Connor playing number 10 for the Force so far this season....

  • All Blacks
    G&GR Wallaby Player of the Year: Spring Tour

    The Wallabies began the Spring Tour on somewhat of a high. A win over the Boks in Bloemfontein gave renewed hope, but still… those All Blacks. They were so damn good. Five tough test matches beginning with a fourth Bledisloe, followed by challenges against the Welsh, the Poms, the Italians and finally...

  • All Blacks
    Wallaby Backline History: Part 7 – 2010

    I’ve got some bad news and some good news for you. The bad news is that having completed a highlights video of the Wallabies backline in 2010, it comes in at 16 minutes, which I know is a lot longer than most people are prepared to watch on the Internet.  In fact...

  • France
    Wallaby Player Ratings v. France (Paris)

    For the second year in a row the Wallabies have ended their season with an absolute ball-tearer....

  • 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...

  • Rugby
    TN7 Statistics: Wallabies v Springboks

    There were some positive signs from the Wallabies last weekend, unfortunately offset by some negatives.  I’d prefer...

  • Rugby
    Video: Wallaby Backline Asking Questions?

    In the first four games of the season the Wallabies have used a relatively young back line...

  • Wallabies
    Video: James O’Connor

    Here’s a video from the ARU highlighting the potential in James O’Connor. It’s got some pretty funky interactive features that you’ll see if you mouse-over or click on it. Enjoy.

  • ACT Brumbies
    Wallabies named. Deans pleads insanity

    They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome.  If that’s the case then Robbie should be looking over his shoulder for the men in white coats.  In the end, the Aussie selectors have been left with little choice but...