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Canberra Times
Brumbies scour John I Dent Cup competition for talentRugby training to help ease the pain of a triple back-row injury blow for the l
Brumbies scour John I Dent Cup competition for talent
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Rugby training to help ease the pain of a triple back-row injury blow for the last three games of the season. Injuries to David Pocock (fractured eye socket) and Jordan Smiler (knee), as well as Ita Vaea being forced into retirement with a heart... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brumbies set to begin CEO search as Stephen Larkham recruits new playersown future. Western Force flanker Chris Alcock is set to link with the Brumbie
Brumbies set to begin CEO search as Stephen Larkham recruits new players
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
own future. Western Force flanker Chris Alcock is set to link with the Brumbies next year as a one-year replacement for David Pocock while Kyle Godwin is weighing up an offer to move to Canberra. Larkham is also working to re-sign players... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Lewis: Let's calm down about Eddie Jones and Englandmissing for various reasons were Matt Giteau, Kurtley Beale, Will Genia, Drew M
Paul Lewis: Let's calm down about Eddie Jones and England
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
missing for various reasons were Matt Giteau, Kurtley Beale, Will Genia, Drew Mitchell, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Matt Toomua, David Pocock, Kane Douglas, Joe Tomane and Henry Speight. With Beale went much of the Wallabies' midfield creativity.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stung Aussies sure to be fired up for Bledisloe Cup clashagainst Australia. The return, too, of Will Skelton will give the Wallabies gr
Stung Aussies sure to be fired up for Bledisloe Cup clash
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
against Australia. The return, too, of Will Skelton will give the Wallabies greater physicality and they should have David Pocock back in the mix by then, and whatever has been on show in June is not likely to be what is served up in the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stung Aussies sure to be fired up for Bledisloe Cup clashagainst Australia. The return, too, of Will Skelton will give the Wallabies gr
Stung Aussies sure to be fired up for Bledisloe Cup clash
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
against Australia. The return, too, of Will Skelton will give the Wallabies greater physicality and they should have David Pocock back in the mix by then, and whatever has been on show in June is not likely to be what is served up in the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wallabies won't be pushover in Sydneyby the team's shortfalls. The All Blacks staggered against the pressure the Wal
Wallabies won't be pushover in Sydney
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
by the team's shortfalls. The All Blacks staggered against the pressure the Wallaby loose forwards Michael Hooper and David Pocock exerted and their tight five complemented. The errors grew on a night when the All Blacks lacked precision. Go... Read more
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The North West Star
Referee Nigel Owens on being the world's best and a gay man in rugby unionhighlight doesn't go to the victors, the All Blacks, who beat Australia in Twic
Referee Nigel Owens on being the world's best and a gay man in rugby union
The North West Star / Posted 22 hours ago
highlight doesn't go to the victors, the All Blacks, who beat Australia in Twickenham 34-17, it goes to Wallabies' flanker David Pocock. After the final whistle was blown, the first thing Pocock did was to step up to Owens and thank him for the... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Stirling Mortlock unconvinced over Sean McMahon as Wallaby No 8he’s cut out as a Test quality No 8. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika turned to
Stirling Mortlock unconvinced over Sean McMahon as Wallaby No 8
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
he’s cut out as a Test quality No 8. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika turned to McMahon at the back of the scrum after David Pocock fractured his eye socket in the opening Test loss to England in Brisbane. But the result was no better in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mortlock’s doubts over Wallabies backrowhe’s cut out as a Test quality No 8. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika turned to
Mortlock’s doubts over Wallabies backrow
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
he’s cut out as a Test quality No 8. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika turned to McMahon at the back of the scrum after David Pocock fractured his eye socket in the opening Test loss to England in Brisbane. But the result was no better in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Andrew Mulligan: Dagg rattles his passiongrin is even broader. Head coach Michael Cheika and the Wallabies will have to
Andrew Mulligan: Dagg rattles his passion
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
grin is even broader. Head coach Michael Cheika and the Wallabies will have to respond despite an injury to star player David Pocock. The second test is going to be brilliant in Melbourne. Hopefully - for the Wallabies' sake - the AAMI turf will... Read more
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give me sport
England's Australian achievement deserves some contextin a tactically poor and error-strewn performance. Kurtley Beale and Kane Doug
England's Australian achievement deserves some context
give me sport / Posted yesterday
in a tactically poor and error-strewn performance. Kurtley Beale and Kane Douglas have also been unavailable meanwhile David Pocock was missed hugely in the second test in where the England pack simply outmuscled the Aussies and their back row... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The force is with Brumbiescentre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could foll
The force is with Brumbies
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
centre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could follow Godwin to the Brumbies as a back-up given David Pocock will sit out 2017. On top of that, Wallaby-capped hooker Nathan Charles is now looking to move... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The force is with Brumbiescentre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could foll
The force is with Brumbies
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
centre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could follow Godwin to the Brumbies as a back-up given David Pocock will sit out 2017. On top of that, Wallaby-capped hooker Nathan Charles is now looking to move... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The force is with Brumbiescentre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could foll
The force is with Brumbies
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
centre. And there are even whispers that Force flanker Chris Alcock could follow Godwin to the Brumbies as a back-up given David Pocock will sit out 2017. On top of that, Wallaby-capped hooker Nathan Charles is now looking to move... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
The burning questions ahead of third Testdoesn’t appear to be a back-up to playmaker Bernard Foley. The loss of Kurtley
The burning questions ahead of third Test
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
doesn’t appear to be a back-up to playmaker Bernard Foley. The loss of Kurtley Beale in the inside backs and No 8 David Pocock hasn’t been covered by experienced replacements. McArdle: I don’t believe so. On the contrary, I think the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wallabies back-up No.8 Ben McCalman out for six weeks with a fractured scapulaJust one week after losing David Pocock for the series, Australia are on the hu
Wallabies back-up No.8 Ben McCalman out for six weeks with a fractured scapula
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Just one week after losing David Pocock for the series, Australia are on the hunt for another No.8 after Ben McCalman was ruled out for up to six weeks with a scapula injury. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika confirmed McCalman, who replaced starting... Read more
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BT Sport
Billy Vunipola: Series win over Australia has earned England respectRead. "There are probably seven guys in front of me. The likes of Kieran Read,
Billy Vunipola: Series win over Australia has earned England respect
BT Sport / Posted 3 days ago
Read. "There are probably seven guys in front of me. The likes of Kieran Read, Toby Faletau, Jamie Heaslip, David Denton, David Pocock and Duane Vermeulen. I'm just pushing forward," Vunipola said. "They've been playing four or five years at the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Billy Vunipola: Series win over Australia has earned England respectRead. "There are probably seven guys in front of me. The likes of Kieran Read,
Billy Vunipola: Series win over Australia has earned England respect
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Read. "There are probably seven guys in front of me. The likes of Kieran Read, Toby Faletau, Jamie Heaslip, David Denton, David Pocock and Duane Vermeulen. I'm just pushing forward," Vunipola said. "They've been playing four or five years at the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wallabies injury woes continue, lose McCalmanWallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill
Wallabies injury woes continue, lose McCalman
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Wallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill was close to getting a run in Melbourne. David Pocock has already been lost for the series with a fractured eye socket. "He (McCalman) has a small crack in his... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies work to lock in roster after world club 10s charge falls just shortof Stephen Moore (Queensland), Joseph Tomane (Montpellier) and Matt Toomua (Lei
ACT Brumbies work to lock in roster after world club 10s charge falls just short
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
of Stephen Moore (Queensland), Joseph Tomane (Montpellier) and Matt Toomua (Leicester) as well as the temporary absence of David Pocock (sabbatical) appears to open up significant room for the Brumbies to sign players. But the club has opted to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ageless wonder: What drives George Smithfield. He’s got a lot of threats to his arsenal and is a very exciting player.
Ageless wonder: What drives George Smith
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
field. He’s got a lot of threats to his arsenal and is a very exciting player. Foxsports.com.au: How big a blow was the David Pocock injury? Smith: It’s a significant change with David not being there. From the opposition’s point of view, he’s... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
George Smith: Wallabies great, Reds recruit and HSBC ambassadorfield. He’s got a lot of threats to his arsenal and is a very exciting player.
George Smith: Wallabies great, Reds recruit and HSBC ambassador
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
field. He’s got a lot of threats to his arsenal and is a very exciting player. Foxsports.com.au: How big a blow was the David Pocock injury? Smith: It’s a significant change with David not being there. From the opposition’s point of view, he’s... Read more
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BT Sport
Can England challenge the All Blacks?As always the breakdown will be key and while England have developed rapidly in
Can England challenge the All Blacks?
BT Sport / Posted 4 days ago
As always the breakdown will be key and while England have developed rapidly in this area, seeing off Australian masters David Pocock and Michael Hooper in the process, their decision-making, discipline and intensity will have to improve against... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Can England challenge the All Blacks?As always the breakdown will be key and while England have developed rapidly in
Can England challenge the All Blacks?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
As always the breakdown will be key and while England have developed rapidly in this area, seeing off Australian masters David Pocock and Michael Hooper in the process, their decision-making, discipline and intensity will have to improve against... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blowWallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blow
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Wallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill was close to getting a run in Melbourne. David Pocock has already been lost for the series with a fractured eye socket. “He (McCalman) has a small crack in his... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blowWallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blow
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Wallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill was close to getting a run in Melbourne. David Pocock has already been lost for the series with a fractured eye socket. “He (McCalman) has a small crack in his... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blowWallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill
Wallabies hit with McCalman injury blow
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Wallabies camp, and Liam Gill and Wycliff Palu are already with the squad. Gill was close to getting a run in Melbourne. David Pocock has already been lost for the series with a fractured eye socket. “He (McCalman) has a small crack in his... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Wallabies number eight McCalman out for six weeksSaturday, which saw Australia go 2-0 down in the three-match series. McCalman
Wallabies number eight McCalman out for six weeks
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
Saturday, which saw Australia go 2-0 down in the three-match series. McCalman had been brought into the matchday 23 after David Pocock, who played number eight in the opening test in Brisbane, fractured an eye socket. Coach Michael Cheika has... Read more
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The Star
Wallabies number eight McCalman out for six weeksSaturday, which saw Australia go 2-0 down in the three-match series. McCalman
Wallabies number eight McCalman out for six weeks
The Star / Posted 4 days ago
Saturday, which saw Australia go 2-0 down in the three-match series. McCalman had been brought into the matchday 23 after David Pocock, who played number eight in the opening test in Brisbane, fractured an eye socket. Coach Michael Cheika has... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Who is the best number 7 in world rugby?as evident at the Highlanders or previous England stints. Hooper has great spe
Who is the best number 7 in world rugby?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
as evident at the Highlanders or previous England stints. Hooper has great speed and an opportunistic sense but without David Pocock near him, his effect is reduced. Over in South Africa, Jordi Murphy was sharp in Ireland's upset opening win... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brumbies back-rower Michael Wells ready to take Super Rugby chance for finals bidon July 1. Michael Wells in action against Euskadi at the Mauritius World Club
Brumbies back-rower Michael Wells ready to take Super Rugby chance for finals bid
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
on July 1. Michael Wells in action against Euskadi at the Mauritius World Club 10s. Photo: Christiaan Kotze Superstar David Pocock (fractured eye socket) and Jordan Smiler (knee) are out for at least the next month, leaving Wells and Ben Hyne... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies to use Mauritius 10s pain to fuel Super Rugby title questthe play-offs. Smiler's knee injury on his birthday was a cruel blow to the Br
ACT Brumbies to use Mauritius 10s pain to fuel Super Rugby title quest
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
the play-offs. Smiler's knee injury on his birthday was a cruel blow to the Brumbies' back-row stocks, with star flanker David Pocock also on the sideline for at least the next month with a fractured eye socket. "I still think everything is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia v England: Captain Stephen Moore wants leadership group to step upin every situation." The Wallabies leadership group is Moore, Michael Hooper,
Australia v England: Captain Stephen Moore wants leadership group to step up
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
in every situation." The Wallabies leadership group is Moore, Michael Hooper, James Slipper, Israel Folau and the injured David Pocock. With Moore replaced at hooker by Tatafu Polota-Nau after 55 minutes, Hooper took the reins for the closing... Read more
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SportsFan
Moore's call to Wallabies leadersin every situation." The Wallabies' leadership group is Moore, Michael Hooper,
Moore's call to Wallabies leaders
SportsFan / Posted 5 days ago
in every situation." The Wallabies' leadership group is Moore, Michael Hooper, James Slipper, Israel Folau and the injured David Pocock. With skipper Moore replaced at hooker by Tatafu Polota-Nau after 55 minutes, Hooper took the reins for the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brumbies heartbreak as they fall to Western Force in world club 10s final in Maritiusa knee brace and Blake Enever nursing a sternum injury. Smiler's injury is a b
Brumbies heartbreak as they fall to Western Force in world club 10s final in Maritius
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
a knee brace and Blake Enever nursing a sternum injury. Smiler's injury is a blow to the Brumbies' back-row stocks, with David Pocock (fractured eye socket) already out of action for the next five weeks. Smiler and Pocock's absence opens the... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
England series win over Wallabiesinto the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To n
England series win over Wallabies
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
into the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To nullify these guys, you play guys like Poey [David Pocock] who are really good over the ball, it’s a team thing, it’s not a backrow vs backrow battle where you’re always... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How England backrow outflanked Wallabiesinto the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To n
How England backrow outflanked Wallabies
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
into the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To nullify these guys, you play guys like Poey [David Pocock] who are really good over the ball, it’s a team thing, it’s not a backrow vs backrow battle where you’re always... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brumbies' Jordan Smiler injures knee at world club 10s in MauritiusBlanc of Toulon tackles Jordan Smiler of the Brumbies. Photo: Christiaan Kotze/
Brumbies' Jordan Smiler injures knee at world club 10s in Mauritius
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Blanc of Toulon tackles Jordan Smiler of the Brumbies. Photo: Christiaan Kotze/SASPA Smiler was set to replace David Pocock in the back row when Super Rugby resumes on July 1. But now the Brumbies will be forced to reshuffle their... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How England backrow outflanked Wallabiesinto the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To n
How England backrow outflanked Wallabies
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
into the game, and credit to them they stepped up and played well there. “To nullify these guys, you play guys like Poey [David Pocock] who are really good over the ball, it’s a team thing, it’s not a backrow vs backrow battle where you’re always... Read more
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Super Sport
Cheika losing patience with misfiring Wallabieslast year's World Cup final materialised into a humbling series defeat for the
Cheika losing patience with misfiring Wallabies
Super Sport / Posted 6 days ago
last year's World Cup final materialised into a humbling series defeat for the first time at home. Injuries to key men David Pocock and Kurtley Beale did not help, but the Wallabies were out-thought and out-played by the Six Nations Grand Slam... Read more
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Canberra Times
How Wallabies and England players rated in second Testtimes with the ball at the back of a ruck. 8. SEAN MCMAHON 6.5 Had a mixed ga
How Wallabies and England players rated in second Test
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
times with the ball at the back of a ruck. 8. SEAN MCMAHON 6.5 Had a mixed game starting at No. 8 to replace the injured David Pocock. Didn't have the presence at the breakdown that Pocock has, but made up for it with his around-the-field... Read more
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Vavel
Australia 7-23 England: Inspired defensive performance gives Red Rose historic series win Down UnderSio and Greg Holmes for Sean Carter, James Slipper and Sekope Kepu respectively
Australia 7-23 England: Inspired defensive performance gives Red Rose historic series win Down Under
Vavel / Posted 7 days ago
Sio and Greg Holmes for Sean Carter, James Slipper and Sekope Kepu respectively. Australia were also without the injured David Pocock as Sean McMahon came in. The tourists named two changes with Jack Nowell coming in for fellow scorer in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Not even Sherlock Holmes could solve the mystery of Wallabies v England rugby union TestsPoite fell for a long-standing selection bias. The Wallabies were so dominant,
Not even Sherlock Holmes could solve the mystery of Wallabies v England rugby union Tests
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Poite fell for a long-standing selection bias. The Wallabies were so dominant, Poite tried to even things up by penalising David Pocock out of the game, but then he over-cooked it, getting England back into the game and on top despite their... Read more
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International Business Times
Australia vs England: Second test, where to watch, preview and team news James Slipper and Sekope Kepu have been drafted in for Greg Holmes and Scott Si
Australia vs England: Second test, where to watch, preview and team news
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
James Slipper and Sekope Kepu have been drafted in for Greg Holmes and Scott Sio, while Sean McMahon replaces the injured David Pocock in the back row. Elsewhere, Sam Carter comes in for Rob Simmons, who has a back problem.Michael Cheika is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cheika backs Kerevi, Kuridrani to do the business in second Testmade two far more daring changes by axing experienced lock Rob Simmons for Sam
Cheika backs Kerevi, Kuridrani to do the business in second Test
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
made two far more daring changes by axing experienced lock Rob Simmons for Sam Carter, while also replacing the injured David Pocock with Sean McMahon at No.8. McMahon has limited experience in that position and will give away more than 20kg to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Eddie Jones, it's us and them, but you are one of uspremiership. Matthew Dellavedova. Registered three fouls in his first 96 secon
Eddie Jones, it's us and them, but you are one of us
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
premiership. Matthew Dellavedova. Registered three fouls in his first 96 seconds on court, in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. If David Pocock was a brilliant basketballer, he would play like Dellavedova. Pittsburgh Penguins. Won their fourth Stanley Cup... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jones sounds a warning to his England rugby stars on eve of second Aussie Testand that is the challenge and opportunity for us.” Tensions rose on Friday whe
Jones sounds a warning to his England rugby stars on eve of second Aussie Test
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
and that is the challenge and opportunity for us.” Tensions rose on Friday when Australia, who are without key forward David Pocock, exercised a rarely-used right to be present at a meeting the opposition had requested with the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cheika makes changes for second England testWallabies No. 8 Sean McMahon has big shoes to fill as he replaces the injured D
Cheika makes changes for second England test
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Wallabies No. 8 Sean McMahon has big shoes to fill as he replaces the injured David Pocock. Photo / Getty Images Wallabies coach Michael Cheika just wants more of the same from monster centres Samu Kerevi and Tevita Kuridrani in Saturday's crunch... Read more
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walesonline
What time does Australia v England kick off?Nick Frisby, Christian LealiIfano. Player to watch: Sean McMahon - The back-ro
What time does Australia v England kick off?
walesonline / Posted 7 days ago
Nick Frisby, Christian LealiIfano. Player to watch: Sean McMahon - The back-rower has been called into replace the injured David Pocock and has massive shoes to fill although McMahon has not let his country down. Mike Brown, Anthony Watson,... Read more
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SportsFan
Cheika backs Kerevi, Kuridrani in 2nd Testmade two far more daring changes by axing experienced lock Rob Simmons for Sam
Cheika backs Kerevi, Kuridrani in 2nd Test
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
made two far more daring changes by axing experienced lock Rob Simmons for Sam Carter, while also replacing the injured David Pocock with Sean McMahon at No.8. McMahon has limited experience in that position and will give away more than 20kg to... Read more
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