Rugby Championship/Bledisloe Cup

Rugby Championship/Bledisloe Cup

Hansen speaks on Deans situation

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says his Wallabies counterpart Robbie Deans is not a bad coach, but admits his players look bereft of ideas on how to end New Zealand’s Bledisloe Cup dominance.

Bad luck continues for Mitchell

Luckless Wallabies wing Drew Mitchell faces a possible 12-month spell on the sideline after rupturing an ankle tendon during his side’s loss to the All Blacks in Auckland last Saturday night.

Change of focus for ABs

The All Blacks are now preparing themselves for the sizable and physical challenge up front when they take on Argentina and South Africa in the next instalment of their Rugby Championship campaign.

No prizes for second

The Wallabies are carrying on from where the under-performing Australian team left off at the recent Olympic Games in London.

Late change for Wallabies

Stephen Moore will start at hooker instead of Tatafu Polota-Nau for tomorrow night’s Bledisloe Cup match against the All Blacks in Auckland.

Cooper back for Wallabies

The Wallabies have restored Quade Cooper at first five for their must-win match against the All Blacks at Eden Park this Saturday night.
 

All Blacks change one

Continuity seems to be the theme for the All Blacks.

Messam in perfect unison

Liam Messam is the comeback kid of the All Blacks. He owes his recall to the Chiefs and the better balance he has in his playing approach. BY LEE STACE

Kepu out of Bledisloe II

The Wallabies have lost another front-line player to injury, with prop Sekope Kepu the latest to go down.

Habana, Bekker in doubt

Springbok management are monitoring the condition of wing Bryan Habana and lock Andries Bekker after the pair rolled their ankles during last Saturday’s victory against Argentina.

Pocock blow for battling Wallabies

The Wallabies’ chances of keeping their Bledisloe Cup hopes alive have taken a punishing hit, with skipper David Pocock set to miss this Saturday’s return match against the All Blacks in Auckland due to a knee injury.

McCaw: Don’t get complacent

All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw has warned his teammates not to get complacent following last Saturday’s 27-19 victory over the Wallabies.

Pocock injured

The Wallabies’ chances of keeping their Bledisloe Cup hopes alive have suffered further, with skipper David Pocock in doubt for the return match at Eden Park with a knee injury.

All Blacks continue trans-Tasman dominance

The All Blacks took full advantage of the Wallabies’ mistakes as they recorded a closer-than-expected 27-19 victory in their Rugby Championship opener in Sydney last night.

Nonu feeling the pressure

Ma’a Nonu feels he has big shoes to fill in the absence of Conrad Smith, particularly on defence.

All Blacks not impressed

The All Blacks' forwards are not impressed with claims made by their Australian counterparts that their pack has developed a renewed ruthlessness, says coach Steve Hansen.

Pumas look to rediscover scrummaging mojo

Is the Argentine scrum a reality or a thing of the past?

Messam named at blindside

Liam Messam has been retained at blindside, while lock Luke Romano has been handed a surprise start in the All Blacks team to play Australia in Sydney on Saturday night.

Steyn hits 50 mark

Second five Frans Steyn will play his 50th test for South Africa when it opens its Rugby Championship campaign against Argentina in Cape Town on Saturday.

Argentina name side

First five Juan Martin Hernandez will play his first test in three years when Argentina opens its Rugby Championship campaign against South Africa in Cape Town on Saturday.

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