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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Rugby Union's off-field problems have sucked life out of the game, says RUPA bossRugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne was asked for the criteria that would be use
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 53 minutes ago
Rugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne was asked for the criteria that would be used to decide whether the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels would be cut from Super Rugby. "It's a raft of criteria," Clyne said. "It's based on the future... Read more
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The Age
Australian Rugby Union's off-field problems have sucked life out of the game, says RUPA bossRugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne was asked for the criteria that would be use
The Age / Posted 56 minutes ago
Rugby Union chairman Cameron Clyne was asked for the criteria that would be used to decide whether the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels would be cut from Super Rugby. "It's a raft of criteria," Clyne said. "It's based on the future... Read more
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The Age
ACT Brumbies season review 2017: Stephen Larkham's exit and David Pocock's comebackpart of the process of axing one Australian franchise. The Brumbies have their
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
part of the process of axing one Australian franchise. The Brumbies have their eyes on several players from the Force and Melbourne Rebels if a team is cut. BRIGHT LIGHTS FOR THE FUTURE The Brumbies blooded 12 new players this season and found... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ACT Brumbies season review 2017: Stephen Larkham's exit and David Pocock's comebackpart of the process of axing one Australian franchise. The Brumbies have their
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
part of the process of axing one Australian franchise. The Brumbies have their eyes on several players from the Force and Melbourne Rebels if a team is cut. BRIGHT LIGHTS FOR THE FUTURE The Brumbies blooded 12 new players this season and found... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bill Pulver still confident Australian Rugby Union will be able to cut Super Rugby teammore than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the medi
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
more than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the media and said that either the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels would be chosen as the team to be axed. Confident: ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says Australia can't... Read more
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Canberra Times
The impact of Stephen Moore retiring and handing Wallabies captaincy to Michael Hooperup when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be convert
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
up when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be converted to a rake? What about Andrew Ready, or Melbourne Rebels rising star Jordan Uelese? The only guarantee is someone will get a chance to stake their claim, but... Read more
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The Age
The impact of Stephen Moore retiring and handing Wallabies captaincy to Michael Hooperup when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be convert
The Age / Posted yesterday
up when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be converted to a rake? What about Andrew Ready, or Melbourne Rebels rising star Jordan Uelese? The only guarantee is someone will get a chance to stake their claim, but... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The impact of Stephen Moore retiring and handing Wallabies captaincy to Michael Hooperup when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be convert
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
up when Moore steps back. Could the Taniela 'the Tongan Thor' Tupou be converted to a rake? What about Andrew Ready, or Melbourne Rebels rising star Jordan Uelese? The only guarantee is someone will get a chance to stake their claim, but... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bill Pulver still confident Australian Rugby Union will be able to cut Super Rugby teammore than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the medi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
more than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the media and said that either the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels would be chosen as the team to be axed. Confident: ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says Australia can't... Read more
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The Age
Bill Pulver still confident Australian Rugby Union will be able to cut Super Rugby teammore than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the medi
The Age / Posted yesterday
more than 100 days since Pulver and ARU chairman Cameron Clyne fronted the media and said that either the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels would be chosen as the team to be axed. Confident: ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says Australia can't... Read more
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Canberra Times
Seven ACT Brumbies in Wallabies squad, but Tom Banks rise on hold after Super RugbyQueensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Queensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies have just one more player in camp than the Melbourne Rebels. But Kyle Godwin would have been included had he not injured his knee, while Scott Fardy will move to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Brumbies lag behind in chase for Wallaby spotsAlalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Spei
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Alalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Speight. That’s only one more player than the Melbourne Rebels, who won just one game all season and still had six players picked. The Waratahs had 10 selected, the... Read more
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News.com.au
Brumbies lag behind in chase for Wallaby spotsAlalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Spei
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Alalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Speight. That’s only one more player than the Melbourne Rebels, who won just one game all season and still had six players picked. The Waratahs had 10 selected, the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Brumbies lag behind in chase for Wallaby spotsAlalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Spei
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Alalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Speight. That’s only one more player than the Melbourne Rebels, who won just one game all season and still had six players picked. The Waratahs had 10 selected, the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brumbies lag behind in chase for Wallaby spotsAlalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Spei
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Alalaatoa, Sam Carter, Rory Arnold, Joe Powell, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Speight. That’s only one more player than the Melbourne Rebels, who won just one game all season and still had six players picked. The Waratahs had 10 selected, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Seven ACT Brumbies in Wallabies squad, but Tom Banks rise on hold after Super RugbyQueensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Queensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies have just one more player in camp than the Melbourne Rebels. But Kyle Godwin would have been included had he not injured his knee, while Scott Fardy will move to... Read more
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The Age
Seven ACT Brumbies in Wallabies squad, but Tom Banks rise on hold after Super RugbyQueensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Queensland Reds have the balance of power in the Test group, while the Brumbies have just one more player in camp than the Melbourne Rebels. But Kyle Godwin would have been included had he not injured his knee, while Scott Fardy will move to... Read more
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EuroNews
Australia flanker McMahon off to Japannumber sevens, has not disclosed which Top League club he will be joining but s
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
number sevens, has not disclosed which Top League club he will be joining but said he had played his last game for the Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby. "We'll be done with the Rebels at the end of this season and all I can say is I won't be... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Former Wallabies captain Stirling Mortlock has left NAB for robo-advisor startup Stockspotinsight into the issues facing advisers and accountants around compliance and t
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 days ago
insight into the issues facing advisers and accountants around compliance and the provision of personal advice.” Mortlock captained Australia in 29 tests and scored more than 1000 points in Super rugby for both the ACT Brumbies and Melbourne Reb... Read more
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Canberra Times
Todd Day resigns as Australian Rugby Union chief financial officerCameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU we
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Cameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU were unable to get rid of either the Force or Melbourne Rebels next year. Asked whether Australian rugby was in a better financial position than when he took over the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Departing ACT Brumbies scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli backs Joe Powell as Argentina beckonsset to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still w
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
set to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still waiting to see if the ARU will axe either the Melbourne Rebels or Western Force from the competition before completing a squad. Powell, Lucas and Ryan Lonergan will be... Read more
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iol.co.za
Revived hooker Polota-Nau still a Wallabies forcefighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
fighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has committed to cutting either the Force or the Melbourne Rebels as the 18-team competition contracts to 15 teams next year, saying it will help save the cash-strapped local... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Todd Day resigns as Australian Rugby Union chief financial officerCameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU we
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Cameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU were unable to get rid of either the Force or Melbourne Rebels next year. Asked whether Australian rugby was in a better financial position than when he took over the... Read more
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The Age
Todd Day resigns as Australian Rugby Union chief financial officerCameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU we
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Cameron Clyne hinted he would not be around to deal with the mess if the ARU were unable to get rid of either the Force or Melbourne Rebels next year. Asked whether Australian rugby was in a better financial position than when he took over the... Read more
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EuroNews
Revived hooker Polota-Nau still a Wallabies forcefighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has c
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
fighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has committed to cutting either the Force or the Melbourne Rebels as the 18-team competition contracts to 15 teams next year, saying it will help save the cash-strapped local... Read more
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dna
Revived hooker Polota-Nau still a Wallabies forcefighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has
dna / Posted 3 days ago
fighting to avoid being axed from Super Rugby. The Australian Rugby Union has committed to cutting either the Force or the Melbourne Rebels as the 18-team competition contracts to 15 teams next year, saying it will help save the cash-strapped local... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Departing ACT Brumbies scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli backs Joe Powell as Argentina beckonsset to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
set to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still waiting to see if the ARU will axe either the Melbourne Rebels or Western Force from the competition before completing a squad. Powell, Lucas and Ryan Lonergan will be... Read more
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The Age
Departing ACT Brumbies scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli backs Joe Powell as Argentina beckonsset to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still w
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
set to take the reins for his first season in charge. The Brumbies are still waiting to see if the ARU will axe either the Melbourne Rebels or Western Force from the competition before completing a squad. Powell, Lucas and Ryan Lonergan will be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Michael Cheika won't recall Quade Cooper despite Karmichael Hunt injuryis almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
is almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring injury. That is not to say Reece Hodge (Melbourne Rebels) and Billy Meakes (Western Force) won't push their cases during the week in Newcastle before another... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Michael Cheika won't recall Quade Cooper despite Karmichael Hunt injuryis almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
is almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring injury. That is not to say Reece Hodge (Melbourne Rebels) and Billy Meakes (Western Force) won't push their cases during the week in Newcastle before another... Read more
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The Age
Michael Cheika won't recall Quade Cooper despite Karmichael Hunt injuryis almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
is almost certain to make his first start for the Wallabies since 2015, barring injury. That is not to say Reece Hodge (Melbourne Rebels) and Billy Meakes (Western Force) won't push their cases during the week in Newcastle before another... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian rugby shows how far it's fallen with shocker quarter-final crowd in Canberrathe ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
the ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't been done as the Western Force and Melbourne Rebels remain in limbo in a perfect example of what not to do as a board. When a team is finally cut the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
New Zealand teams win ugly to storm into Super semisZealand opponents. Australian rugby has been mired in gloom over the commitmen
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
Zealand opponents. Australian rugby has been mired in gloom over the commitment, as yet undelivered, to cull either the Melbourne Rebels or the Western Force from the competition next year when it contracts to 15 teams. But a crowd of less than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian rugby shows how far it's fallen with shocker quarter-final crowd in Canberrathe ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
the ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't been done as the Western Force and Melbourne Rebels remain in limbo in a perfect example of what not to do as a board. When a team is finally cut the... Read more
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The Age
Australian rugby shows how far it's fallen with shocker quarter-final crowd in Canberrathe ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
the ARU's diabolical handling of cutting an Australian team, which still hasn't been done as the Western Force and Melbourne Rebels remain in limbo in a perfect example of what not to do as a board. When a team is finally cut the... Read more
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The Age
ARU chairman Cameron Clyne hints he will stand down if Super Rugby cull failsgame's governing body cannot legally cut a Super Rugby team for next season. C
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
game's governing body cannot legally cut a Super Rugby team for next season. Clyne was also unable to confirm whether the Melbourne Rebels' licence had been sold to the Victorian Rugby Union, an outcome that would make the ARU's task of chopping a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ARU chairman Cameron Clyne hints he will stand down if Super Rugby cull failsgame's governing body cannot legally cut a Super Rugby team for next season. C
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
game's governing body cannot legally cut a Super Rugby team for next season. Clyne was also unable to confirm whether the Melbourne Rebels' licence had been sold to the Victorian Rugby Union, an outcome that would make the ARU's task of chopping a... Read more
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The Age
Emotional Stephen Larkham bids farewell to Brumbies, but sees bright Super Rugby futureavailable on the roster as the Brumbies wait for the ARU to finalise a decision
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
available on the roster as the Brumbies wait for the ARU to finalise a decision on whether it will axe the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels, and some players are yet to finalise their respective futures. They will, however, be bolstered by the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Emotional Stephen Larkham bids farewell to Brumbies, but sees bright Super Rugby futureavailable on the roster as the Brumbies wait for the ARU to finalise a decision
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
available on the roster as the Brumbies wait for the ARU to finalise a decision on whether it will axe the Western Force or Melbourne Rebels, and some players are yet to finalise their respective futures. They will, however, be bolstered by the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Plan to bring back missing Linkof the licence to the VRU in a package worth $18 million to the ARU. A VRU and
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
of the licence to the VRU in a package worth $18 million to the ARU. A VRU and Victorian governement plan to keep the Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby didn’t go through last week. More money would flow into an Melbourne high performance... Read more
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iol.co.za
Celtic Rugby confirm SA Rugby talks about Kings, Cheetahsparticular boasting more points – 28 – than four Australian teams in the Wester
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
particular boasting more points – 28 – than four Australian teams in the Western Force (26), Reds (21), Waratahs (19) and Melbourne Rebels (9), as well as the Sunwolves (12) from Japan. The Cheetahs ended on 21 points. But now they have a chance... Read more
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Herald Sun
Impressive Mafi gets Rebels best player nodONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, h
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
ONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, has been announced as the club’s best player for the season. And on a potential bright note to finish the wooden spoon-winning campaign, six Rebels have been named in the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Quade fade gives Kurtley chance to shineKepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Test
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Kepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Tests, NSW Waratahs Sean McMahon, 15 Tests, Melbourne Rebels Stephen Moore (c), 120 Tests, Queensland Reds Tatafu Polota-Nau, 71 Tests, Western Force Tom Robertson, 9... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Magnay mania catches on with impressed coachKepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Test
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Kepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Tests, NSW Waratahs Sean McMahon, 15 Tests, Melbourne Rebels Stephen Moore (c), 120 Tests, Queensland Reds Tatafu Polota-Nau, 71 Tests, Western Force Tom Robertson, 9... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Impressive Mafi gets Rebels best player nodONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, h
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
ONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, has been announced as the club’s best player for the season. And on a potential bright note to finish the wooden spoon-winning campaign, six Rebels have been named in the... Read more
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News.com.au
Impressive Mafi gets Rebels best player nodKick & Chase: The team review the Melbourne Rebels' Super Rugby season Amanaki
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Kick & Chase: The team review the Melbourne Rebels' Super Rugby season Amanaki Mafi played every game in 2017 for the Rebels. ONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, has been announced as the club’s best player... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Impressive Mafi gets Rebels best player nodONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, h
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
ONE of the few shining lights for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, Amanaki Mafi, has been announced as the club’s best player for the season. And on a potential bright note to finish the wooden spoon-winning campaign, six Rebels have been named in the... Read more
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The Age
Japanese star Amanaki Mafi wins Melbourne Rebels players' award Japanese back-rower Amanaki Mafi confirmed his place among the cream of the Mel
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Japanese back-rower Amanaki Mafi confirmed his place among the cream of the Melbourne Rebels when he claimed the players' award on Wednesday. The Rebels handed out their awards at a function for players and staff as they wait on an Australian Rugby... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Japanese star Amanaki Mafi wins Melbourne Rebels players' award Japanese back-rower Amanaki Mafi confirmed his place among the cream of the Mel
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Japanese back-rower Amanaki Mafi confirmed his place among the cream of the Melbourne Rebels when he claimed the players' award on Wednesday. The Rebels handed out their awards at a function for players and staff as they wait on an Australian Rugby... Read more
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Canberra Times
Quade Cooper left out of extended 38-man Wallabies squad for Bledisloe CupKepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Test
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Kepu, 80 Tests, NSW Waratahs Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds Tolu Latu, 4 Tests, NSW Waratahs Sean McMahon, 15 Tests, Melbourne Rebels Stephen Moore (c), 120 Tests, Queensland Reds Tatafu Polota-Nau, 71 Tests, Western Force Tom Robertson, 9... Read more
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