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Huia Edmonds spoke to Gloucester Rugby TV this week ahead of Gloucester’s clash with London Wasps in #TheStinger. The Australian hooker is yet to play at Twickenham and is excited at the prospect and putting things right on the pitch.
ROUGH CUT – NO REPORTER NARRATION The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their tour of Australia on Friday (April 18) with a visit to the Bear Cottage children’s’ hospice and a beach in the Sydney suburb of Manly. Bear Cottage treats children with what they call life-limiting conditions and Prince William met bereaved families while Catherine, who is also known as Kate, met patients and their parents in the playroom.
Former Australia High Performance Director David Nucifora has been appointed as reland’s new performance director which will see him taking responsibility for the country’s national game at both domestic and international level.
Rugby HQ in Australia have put together their Top 5 list of the best ever magicians on the rugby field. While it’s obviously subjective, it’s a solid list and it would be tough to disagree with their top three selections, and number one in particular.
Former Australian international David Nucifora has been appointed as Irish rugby’s Performance Director on a five-year contract.
David Nucifora has been named the Irish Rugby Football Union’s new performance director and the former Australia international will start work on 1 June.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the Blue Mountains near Sydney and met with families in Winmalee who lost their homes to the fires in October last year. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter at itnnewsTags: royals wills and kate prince william kate middleton blue mountains sydney australia royals in australia itn itnnews Posted: 17 April 2014Rating: 0.0Votes: 0
The Brumbies’ proposal for national anthems of Australia and NZ to be played before their clash with the Chiefs has been rejected.
The ARU handling of Israel Folau’s injury could lead to the player deciding to switch codes and return to rugby league
The Melbourne Rebels will look to atone for their shocking performance in Round 4, when they were overrun by a rampant Force team in Matt Hodgson’s 100th Super game. This is the only Australian derby of Round 10, but it will be a cracker. The Super Rugby table may suggest that the fourth-placed Force will The post Preview: Rebels vs.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Sydney’s Opera House where thousands of fans greet them. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter at itnnewsTags: royals duke and duchess of cambridge wills and kate prince william and kate sydney wills and kate wills and kate in sydney royals australia itn itnnews Posted: 16 April 2014Rating: 0.0Votes: 0
**~ The duke and duchess of Cambridge and Prince George arrived in Sydney, greeted with a royal welcome. The eight-month-old prince was carried him down the steps of the aircraft by his mother before meeting Australian dignitaries, among them prime minister Tony Abbott. Thousands turned out to greet the royal couple at Australia’s iconic Sydney Opera House to mark the start of their 10-day visit
Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan has admitted his desire to recruit an experienced playmaker from one of their Australian rivals.
Former All Black Andrew Mehrtens has said Australia and New Zealand should withdraw from Super Rugby and restrict future tournaments between themselves
China’s gross domestic product grew in the first quarter at its slowest pace in 18 months as the world’s second-largest economy continued to downshift. The WSJ’s Joanne Po speaks with Li-Gang Liu [insert comma] Chief Economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.
The Australian Rugby Union has announced the dates for the Wallabies 2014 November tour
The ARU has announced the dates for the Wallabies 2014 November Tour, including facing Six Nations champions Ireland.
Australian David Nucifora has been appointed the Irish Rugby Football Union’s new performance director
Australia will face two of their World Cup opponents of 2015 during this year’s autumn trip to the northern hemisphere.
Former All Black and Crusaders flyhalf Andrew Mehrtens has said that it might be time for New Zealand and Australia to ditch South Africa in Super Rugby.