We're set for a huge 2016 international season, kicking off with a three match series against England. team fixtures, squad profiles, Wallaby 1st Membership, hospitality and ticketing for the Wallabies.
The Asteron Life Super Rugby Competition expands to 18 teams in 2016. The ACT Brumbies, NSW Waratahs, Melbourne Rebels, Queenland Reds and Western Force take on the world’s best from New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Japan.
The Seven-a-side competition is played on a national level by both men & women and is a permanent fixture at the Sevens World Series, Commonwealth Games and a recent Olympic Game inductee.
VIVA7s is a new, fast-paced, social sports experience. It's the best way to stay fit and keep having fun! Register your name to one of the existing 10 VIVA7s centres to PLAY NOW.
Australia's newest domestic competition where 9 teams from around the country will shape the pathway for junior Rugby representatives to develop into elite players, coaches and match officials.
The Wallaroos is Australia's Women's XVs side that competes in the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup and Test Matches.
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An extra time Henry Hutchison try has put Australia into its first Cup semi-final of the 2015-16 World Series.
Australia’s women clinched a series win over Ireland with a 31-7 victory in their second of three matches.
The result from last night's Pool A match between Australia and New Zealand will stand, World Rugby has confirmed.
Queensland Reds coach Richard Graham says his young charges will learn from their 31-3 trial loss to the Crusaders.
The Waratahs clinched a narrow 21-17 win in their opening trial against the Brumbies.
A thrilling 17-17 draw with New Zealand has sent Australia into a Cup quarter-final against England tomorrow.
Australia has secured a Cup quarter-final berth at the first Sydney Sevens, after a 26-12 win over Canada.
The Aussie women took a commanding 1-0 series lead over Ireland at the Sydney 7s, but coach Tim Walsh wants to see improvement for their final two matches.