Wales have defied a horrendous run of injuries to win their three World Cup pool games so far and shore up a quarter-final berth with their last pool game to go against Australia on Sunday AEDT.
Chris Dutton Scrum guru Mario Ledesma pushed the knife deeper into England's broken hearts by claiming loosehead prop Joe Marler should have been penalised more often in the hosts' embarrassing World Cup exit.
Patrick Bartley Australia's most successful trainer, Chris Waller, was unperturbed after his three-year-old Press Statement drew barrier 14 in Saturday's $1 million Caulfield Guineas.
David Polkinghorne Chief executive reveals innovative solutions being considered for grasscourt bid.
David Polkinghorne Will the Canberra Vikings continue their unbeaten run through the NRC?
Jon Tuxworth At full health they have a roster capable of winning a title, but Canberra Capitals forward Abby Bishop said it's up to the undermanned squad to set up the season before the cavalry arrives.
Chris Roots The explosive performance by Exosphere at Randwick on Saturday could deliver Sydney another group 1 sprint next spring with Roman Consul Stakes set to meet the three-year criteria for a lift to the highest level.
Chris Dutton Wallabies lineout general Rob Simmons is preparing for the unexpected, including staying on the lookout for a 13-man lineout at Twickenham.
Chris Dutton They crushed a nation's World Cup dreams, but are the Wallabies about to become English crowd favourites at Twickenham?
Rupert Guinness David Giffin was as happy as anyone to see the Wallabies beat England last Sunday (AEDT), perhaps more so considering that while he was a member of the 1999 World Cup-winning Australian side, he was also in the team that lost the 2003 final in Sydney to England to a Jonny Wilkinson drop goal in extra time.