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New Zealand’s Waisake Naholo gets by Bernard Foley of Australia during Saturday’s victory over their rivals. Photograph: Paul Seiser/Inpho

Australia 18 New Zealand 42 New Zealand crushed Australia 42-8 in the first game of the Rugby Championship on Saturday, putting the World Champions(...)

 Wallabies coach Michael Cheika feels there was no need for him to respond to Eddie Jones’ many pre-match comments. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Australia coach Michael Cheika is confused by Steve Hansen’s claim that he allowed himself to be bullied by Eddie Jones during the Wallabies’ series d(...)

They are former club team-mates and kindred spirits, but coaches Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones are putting friendship on hold as they clash in Australia’s intense Test series against England. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia will take the unprecedented step of attending England’s meeting with referee Craig Joubert as tensions mount ahead of Saturday’s second Test(...)

Australia head coach Michael Cheika needs a win to keep the series alive in Melbourne. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia coach Michael Cheika has dropped loosehead prop Scott Sio and overhauled his front row for the second test against England in Melbourne on (...)

David Pocock of the Wallabies is tackled during the International Test match between the Australian Wallabies and England at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Australia 28 England 39 England gave themselves a great chance of an historic series victory over Australia after recovering from an ominous start (...)

England rugby captain Dylan Hartley. Photograph: William West/AFP/Getty Images

Australia v England Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, Saturday 11.0am Sky Sports 1 Every sporting contest between Australia and England has a singular e(...)

Australian head coach Michael Cheika speaks to the media in Sydney after announcing his squad. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia head coach Michael Cheika has cut his squad for next week’s first test against England at Lang Park, Brisbane. Cheika has cut six players (...)

Ireland celebrate with the Cormac McAnallen Cup after beating Australia at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The international series evokes a range of reactions but no one can argue with its resilience. Having hit various crises over the past 10 years and(...)

Ireland captain Padraig Joyce with the Cormac McAnallen cupin 2004. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Even though two of manager Joe Kernan’s selectors, Darragh Ó Sé and Dermot Earley, enjoyed distinguished international careers, the most experience(...)

Sonny Bill Williams offloads to Ma’a Nonu, who shredded the Australia defence to score New Zealand’s second try of the final. Photograph: Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images

New Zealand 34 Australia 17 So sometimes sport leaves no room for argument and does do perfect finales after all. The best team of the last fou(...)

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