Karmichael Hunt believes Super Rugby's Jaguares have chosen wisely after appointing Wallaby forwards' mentor Mario Ledesma as their new head coach.
Scott Barrett isn't taking news of big brother Beauden's headaches lightly, given eldest brother Kane was forced to retire due to concussion three years ago.
Having not played rugby league until the age of 16, Te Maire Martin is likely to play five-eighth for New Zealand at the Rugby League World Cup.
Te Maire Martin didn't play rugby league until he was 16 years old - now he's likely to play five-eighth for New Zealand at the Rugby League World Cup.
Wallabies assistant coach Mario Ledesma says former skipper Stephen Moore will get the Test farewell he deserves on Saturday night.
Mario Ledesma has predicted big things for Australia's up-and-coming crop of forwards as he prepares to leave his Wallabies post to join Super Rugby's Jaguares.
NSW plan to announce their next State of Origin coach at a November 24 board meeting, but have opened the door for Brad Fittler to stay in the media if picked.
A quartet of world champions are among the six nominees for the main category in the Women's Health Women In Sport Awards being presented tomorrow.
England coach Wayne Bennett has hinted he will accept a narrow defeat to Australia in their opening Rugby League World Cup match.
Wales have adopted the policy first introduced by Australia to allow players with at least 60 Test appearances to be eligible for international selection.
Chaz Mostert is optimistic ahead of the Gold Coast 600, despite the street circuit being far from a happy hunting ground for the Supercars driver.
If a would-be New York franchise gets its licence to play in England's Rugby Football League it will target Jarryd Hayne as a marquee signing.
Playmaker Bernard Foley says the Wallabies have not fully capitalised on their new-found form and only a win against the All Blacks will do on Saturday.
Tonga coach Kristian Woolf says he's surprised by the anger directed at Jason Taumalolo and Andrew Fifita after their decision to play for the minnow nation.
Thomas Leuluai says he'll more than likely play at hooker - rather than in the halves - for the Kiwis at this year's Rugby League World Cup.
Incoming Canterbury boss Andrew Hill played a role in the hiring of Dean Pay as coach, but will now focus entirely on his role as Rugby League World Cup CEO.