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Three Points
Nov 20, 2014:  Brett McKay laments that Australia did not appreciate the strength of their driving maul in Paris, and he wonders if they've noticed the brilliance of Ireland's tactic to defuse the lineout drive
Nov 20, 2014:  The ARU hopes for a considerable financial boost from its new broadcasting deal, a great deal of the anticipated extra is required simply to "balance the books", Greg Growden reports
Richard Kelly
Nov 19, 2014:  Ireland have won eight of their last nine Tests and it's all down to the attacking revolution being led by New Zealander Joe Schmidt, Richard Kelly writes
Psychology in rugby
Nov 18, 2014:  Another November series looks set to be dominated by the big three of SANZAR yet again, Sam Bruce explores the mental demons holding the northern hemisphere back
Nov 17, 2014:  Michael Cheika is just three games into his Wallabies career yet it's clear he's facing a crisis of coaching conscience, Sam Bruce writes
Nov 14, 2014:  November. France against Australia. The World Cup just 10 months away. And on Saturday evening the bleu-clad faithful will traipse north from the centre of the capital up to Saint-Denis knowing perfectly well that whatever happens over the coming hours wi
Three Points
Nov 13, 2014:  Brett McKay says the Wallabies' locks and back-row have to deliver much more against France this weekend alongside two other lessons
Richard Kelly
Nov 13, 2014:  It's never easy trying to pick which France side will turn up but support play and breakdown efficiency point to more Dr Jekyll than Mr Hyde, Richard Kelly writes
The John Mitchell Column
Nov 11, 2014:  In John Mitchell's latest column, he believes it is time for captains to be able to challenge referee's calls with a review system
Rewind to 1984
Nov 11, 2014:  Huw Richards winds back 30 years to an Australian touring side that shook the northern hemisphere and signalled a period of dominance for the Wallabies
The Growden Report
Nov 10, 2014:  Australia produced numerous good moments against Wales, but Michael Cheika will hone on the horrors that illustrated the progress they must make in 12 months, Greg Growden writes
November Internationals
Nov 7, 2014:  The frequency of north versus southern hemisphere games means the mystique element is no longer an excuse, argues John Taylor
Greg Growden
Nov 4, 2014:  Michael Cheika will have Wallabies running though walls in order to impart fully his aggressive game plan, Greg Growden writes
Nov 4, 2014:  Australian rugby must implement a rescue task force and much of the blueprint can be drawn from soccer's Western Sydney Wanderers, Sam Bruce writes.
The Growden Report
Nov 3, 2014:  What's happening in Australian rugby? Greg Growden digs as only he can
Greg Growden
Oct 30, 2014:  The Wallabies-Barbarians fixture is unlikely to provide the "festival of rugby" we desire, but the tour opener will still be compelling because of the Cheika factor, Greg Growden writes
Oct 29, 2014:  Richard Kelly crunches the numbers to identify the tactics that Michael Cheika might introduce to the Wallabies' playbook in Europe
The Growden Report
Oct 27, 2014:  Greg Growden believes Australian Rugby Union CEO Bill Pulver has stumbled and bumbled along for too long and now he has to go
Growden Report Exclusive
Oct 22, 2014:  Michael Cheika has succeeded in becoming the Wallabies coach under his own terms, writes Greg Growden
Monday Maul
Oct 20, 2014:  Munster, No.8s, the imploding Australians, wonderful Glasgow and Lancaster's dilemma - it is Monday Maul time
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