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Australia
Jun 27, 2014:  George Gregan talks exclusively with ESPN about the rare depth of talent fighting to wear the Wallabies' No.9 jumper in The Rugby Championship and beyond to the 2015 Rugby World Cup
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 27, 2014:  European rugby powerhouse Toulon are keen to offer Michael Cheika $US750,000 a year to become their coach, Greg Growden hears from impeccable sources
Australia
Jun 25, 2014:  It would be great to win back the Bledisloe Cup, George Gregan tells ESPN, but Australia goes down this path every year: "I think it's just quietly, quietly"
Scrum5
Jun 23, 2014:  There's now no doubt who's the best fullback in the world as Ben Smith takes "freakish" to new heights, Brett McKay writes.
The Greg Growden Medal
Jun 23, 2014:  Israel Folau has claimed top spot over his team-mates after another strong performance against France saw him receive top points for the third Test
The Growden Report
Jun 23, 2014:  The Wallabies encouraged everyone with their victories against France, but Les Bleus were but hors d'oeuvres ahead of the All Blacks, Greg Growden writes
Australia
Jun 20, 2014:  George Gregan has had been impressed with the new Wallabies squad against France, and he thinks the difference between the Tests will benefit the side in the long run
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 20, 2014:  Greg Growden hears people close to Jonny Wilkinson are considering a "huge offer to play park rugby for a couple of months" - park footy being Australia's National Rugby Championship
Scrum5
Jun 16, 2014:  England, had they been playing anyone but the world-champion All Blacks, would almost certainly be celebrating a series win right now, Brett McKay writes
The Greg Growden Medal
Jun 16, 2014:  Scott Fardy has moved to the top of The Greg Growden Medal tally after another impressive night leading from the front
The Growden Report
Jun 16, 2014:  The Wallabies' second Test against France will soon be forgotten, but Greg Growden says the way in which they secured victory will be invaluable for their psyche when they are confronted by tougher opponents later in the year
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 13, 2014:  Australian Rugby Union officials are under increasing pressure to relax the policy of overlooking overseas-based players for Test selection, Greg Growden reports; meanwhile, South Africa wants a seventh Super Rugby team
Monday Maul
Jun 9, 2014:  The Monday Maul looks at how England silenced Eden Park, how France have gone from mercurial to just awful, how forward passes have become acceptable, and looks at a well-kept secret
Scrum5
Jun 9, 2014:  Brett McKay reviews the weekend Tests in Auckland and Brisbane, and anticipates more of the same this weekend in Dunedin and Melbourne
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 6, 2014:  A National Rugby Championship club eager to "make a big hit in the opening season" is negotiating to lure Jonny Wilkinson out of retirement for a very lucrative six-match stint
The Whiteboard
Jun 5, 2014:  Brett McKay re-illustrates five key plays to inform your Rugby IQ ahead of the Test series between New Zealand and England, Australia and France
Australia
Jun 4, 2014:  Richard Kelly says Opta Stats show the fresh Wallabies halves combination of Nic White and Bernard Foley can be a long-term pairing to play "the Wallaby way"
Australia
Jun 3, 2014:  Greg Growden says it is rousing to see a Test coach pick his team primarily on form rather than reputation
Scrum5
Jun 2, 2014:  Brett McKay reviews Super Rugby round 16, in particular looking at the Sharks' stumble against the Stormers and what it means for New South Wales Waratahs and the Crusaders
Super Rugby
Jun 2, 2014:  Brumbies trio Nic White, Stephen Moore and Matt Toomua are making a concerted charge towards the lead of the Greg Growden Medal
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Gunning for the Super Rugby jackpot

"Cheika's been phenomenal. He gives you an incredible level of mental strength." Tom Hamilton talks to Waratahs star Jacques Potgieter

From the serious to the silly

While the Super Rugby season enters the all-important knockout phase, elsewhere pre-season training never looked so enjoyable. We round-up the best snaps in our Week in Pictures

The men making waves in Africa

"Our scrums and lineouts are sometimes not that good but our men are very brave." Ken Borland finds that rugby is on the rise in Senegal

'Coaches coach, players play'

Laurie Fisher talks about the Brumbies and Gloucester, and provides revealing thoughts on the player involvement during the glory days in Canberra

Gareth Delve to Japan?