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  • Podcast
    Podcast Ep 178: Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcast – Toutai Kefu

    Episode 178 of the Green and Gold Rugby Podcast, sees us continue in our highly popular Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcasts. Following hot on the heels of Simon Poidevin last week, this week we focus on the Number 8 position. When it came for looking for a guest for this episode, the...

  • 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...

  • Rugby
    Sunny Coast sting Sunnybank to make grand final

    Sunshine Coast has recorded a boilover victory to defeat the highly fancied Sunnybank and win through to this year’s Brisbane Premier rugby grand final where they will face the red-hot Red Heavies next week. In a game that was riddled with errors and the shrill of the referee’s whistle, former All-Black Caleb...

  • 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
    G&GR Wallaby Team of the Decade

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

  • ACT Brumbies
    G&GR Wallaby Tries of the Decade #2

    I reckon there’s a fair bet that this next try, number two on the list, would have probably been most people’s choice for the try of the decade. Correct? Then why the hell have I not appointed it as such!!! All the elements are there. Beautiful set piece playe, last minute try...

  • Rugby
    G&GR Wallaby Tries of the Decade #5

    Coming up with a list of the top tries of the decade was a tough one. What makes one try stand out from another? Is it individual brilliance we are gauging it on, or is it whole of team involvement? Rehearsed tries from a set piece or instinctive brilliance? Does a try...

  • Wallabies
    Wallaby Blind Side Flanker of the Decade

    The Blind Side Flanker position has been an interesting one for Australia, not only over the last...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Number 8 of the Decade

    Finally! On to the REAL men.  The pigs. The pack. The piano movers. The forwards! Starting at...

  • Rugby
    Melbourne Rebels Super 15: Recruitment

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

  • All Blacks
    Video: Great Wallaby Tries Recreated – Toutai Kefu v NZ (2001)

    With Noddy posting the real Kefu try, I thought it could be a good time to show a short movie that my wife and I made last year. It’s a recreation of Kefu’s effort and was our entry into a competition last year. We were hoping to win tickets to the Hong...

  • 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...

  • Back to the gym for rookie Wallabies prop Ben Alexander

    By James Heffield, Betfair journalistJames is a Betfair sponsored journalist who will be contributing exclusive content – like this interview with Ben Alexander – for Green and Gold RugbyNew Wallabies prop Ben Alexander says adapting to the raw power and physicality of test match rugby was one of the biggest challenges he...

  • Wallabies
    Ten things we can do to recover from getting the Johnny Boot from the 2007 Rugby World Cup

    Part one of three - By Coatsie It’s been very interesting reading some of the responses to...

  • Wallabies
    Australia vs Japan: Results, review and stats

    Wallabies 91Cherryblossoms 3 As the scoreline suggests, this was your classic World Cup mismatch of the type that Campo has been campaigning against of late. That aside, the Wallabies produced a composed performance, for the most part devoid of the ‘rustiness’ excuse that usually dogs them in world cup pool games, and...