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  • Reds go to “dark places” to turn club around January 10, 2017
    THE Queensland Reds will be better equipped to handle the pressure and intensity of Super Rugby in 2017 after a physically demanding pre-season, according to coach Nick Stiles.
  • Good news for Rebels as Timani stays on January 10, 2017
    LOPETI Timani will resist the riches of the rugby world to remain in Melbourne ahead of a crack at World Cup glory with the Wallabies.
  • Koroibete right at home with Rebels January 9, 2017
    MARIKA Koroibete hasn’t just changed teams, he’s changed codes. But Melbourne Rebels’ prized signing isn’t have much trouble finding his way to his new job.
  • Selfless Moore setting high standards December 22, 2016
    RETURNING hooker Stephen Moore intends to set the standard on and off the field at the Queensland Reds.
  • Koroibete to make Rebels debut at Brisbane Tens December 19, 2016
    FORMER rugby league star Marika Koroibete will make his debut for the Melbourne Rebels at the inaugural Brisbane Tens tournament.
  • Huge boost for Brumbies, Wallabies December 16, 2016
    IN a huge boost for Australian rugby, Brumbies and Wallabies lock Rory Arnold has spurned overseas offers to ink a new three-year deal with club and country.
  • ‘Worst signing ever’ responds to critics December 15, 2016
    QUEENSLAND Reds recruit Lachlan Maranta has brushed off criticism from former Wallaby Greg Martin over his move from the NRL.
  • The fan factor that could save the Force December 12, 2016
    ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says he’s been impressed by the Western Force’s community support, saying it could prove to be the deciding factor that saves the Super Rugby franchise.
  • Force unveil surprise co-captains December 12, 2016
    WALLABIES back rower Ben McCalman and hooker Heath Tessmann are the new co- captains of the Western Force after Matt Hodgson decided to stand down from the role.
  • Force players adopt new sleep, eat habits December 9, 2016
    NEW Western Force coach Dave Wessels has praised his team’s ability to cope w with a harder training load, saying some players have even tweaked their diet and sleeping patterns.