Australia’s Will Genia believes the hard line approach of coach Ewen McKenzie will see the “most disciplined” Wallaby side he has known also become a winning one.Wednesday, 30 October, 2013, 11:31am
It may have been the pressure, but Quade Cooper's return to the international rugby spotlight yesterday lasted less than it takes the mercurial fly half to take a shot at goal.24 Aug 2012 - 1:21am
There's a lot more to marketing rugby these days than advertising, media relations or sponsorships, says Hong Kong-based Kiwi Jeremy Woolf, a social media and digital specialist.30 Oct 2010 - 12:00am
Their livery may be yellow and red, but they are a 'white knight' in Hong Kong rugby circles. With the match at the cross-roads because of poor ticket sales and the drums banging in New Zealand to move the game to Twickenham, DHL stepped up to the plate.30 Oct 2010 - 12:00am
Wallaby skipper Rocky Elsom was yesterday quick to deflect attention away from the controversy that has swirled around next month's Bledisloe Cup match against New Zealand at Hong Kong Stadium.
He was even quicker to highlight how much the test - make that any test - between the two nations means to the men on the pitch.23 Sep 2010 - 12:00am
Japan can reach the last eight of the Rugby World Cup in 2019 on home soil, says former Wallaby coach Eddie Jones, as long as they don't try to mimic other styles but develop their own attacking brand of rugby.2 May 2010 - 12:00am
The era of Australian underachievement at the Hong Kong Sevens - and elsewhere on the IRB Sevens Series - appears to be over.
For a nation with a pedigree that has seen the Wallabies win the 15s World Cup twice, their performance in the shortened form of the game has fallen well short.29 Mar 2010 - 12:00am
It might be tradition to boo them every year, but Australians are starting to make their presence felt in Hong Kong off the pitch. It is estimated that Hong Kong is home to 60,000 Australian passport holders (Only the United Kingdom is home to more Australians living abroad). And Australia's official presence in Hong Kong is Consul General Les Luck.28 Mar 2010 - 12:00am
There must be something in the water in Hong Kong that brings out the best in Drew Mitchell's family.
Both of Mitchell's brothers, Zane and Bronsen, have played on tours to Hong Kong for the Australian army in recent years, with both getting on the scoresheet here.2 Nov 2008 - 12:00am
The first time Berrick Barnes went on an overseas tour, he had to cart along a couple of bats plus his wicketkeeping pads and gloves. It is much easier these days as a professional rugby player.1 Nov 2008 - 12:00am