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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
Australia
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
Australia
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
The Growden Report
Oct 20, 2014:  As Ewen McKenzie exits stage left, the ARU remains under huge pressure, with CEO Bill Pulver feeling the brunt of Australian rugby's displeasure, Greg Growden writes
The Growden Report
Oct 20, 2014:  Michael Cheika remains the ARU's prime target to replace Ewen McKenzie, but if his terms are not met the Wallabies are likely to set their sights on Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan, Greg Growden writes
Australia
Oct 18, 2014:  Following Saturday's shock announcement, we look at the highs and the lows of Ewen McKenzie's brief stint as Wallabies coach.
Bledisloe Cup
Oct 16, 2014:  Despite the off-field controversies surrounding the Wallabies, the side still has the ability to pull through and repeat their efforts of 2011, writes Richard Kelly
Greg Growden
Oct 15, 2014:  Two plans for the succession of the Wallabies coach have emerged with World Cup winning coach Jake White considered as one of the choices, Greg Growden writes
Monday Maul
Oct 13, 2014:  Monday Maul assesses Wasps' prospects, the performance of their captain, outspoken coaches and the dismal state of Australian rugby
The Growden Report
Oct 13, 2014:  Tensions are ready to boil over at the ARU and Ewen McKenzie looks to be in the firing line with Michael Cheika already approached to take over his position Greg Growden writes
ESPN talks to Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins
Oct 9, 2014:  "They're funny little buggers, but the guys are legit." Tom Hamilton talks to The Honey Badger - Nick Cummins
Ruck'n Maul Special Report
Oct 8, 2014:  Greg Growden reports The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has warned its stakeholders of the serious threat that it could be insolvent by 2015
Rugby Championship
Oct 7, 2014:  Opta reveals its Rugby Championship Team of the Tournament based on post-match video analysis of every touch
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