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The veteran Wallabies' three-year exile ended as Rennie made eight changes for the Bledisloe opener

The veteran Wallabies’ three-year exile ended as Rennie made eight changes for the Bledisloe opener

Just three months ago, Bernard Foley was cruising around Sydney Harbor inventing a new rugby concept on the water, with his international rugby career arguably dead in the water. But on Thursday, Foley will become the fourth Australian to pull on the No.10 jersey for the Wallabies this year, with the 33-year-old taking his first …

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McKeone, Chalmers eye of more gold;  Historic Aussie comeback misses: Comm Games LIVE

McKeone, Chalmers eye of more gold; Historic Aussie comeback misses: Comm Games LIVE

LIVE: Emma McKeon has reached another final as Australia’s swimming sensation continues her assault on the history books on day four of the Commonwealth Games. On Day 3, McKeon broke the Commonwealth Games record with a stunning 11th career gold medal and her meet is not over yet, with more medals still up for grabs. …

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Maybe don't let them go again?  Wide, Anderson bowls Kiwi in a pathetic 4-12 start to the first test

Maybe don’t let them go again? Wide, Anderson bowls Kiwi in a pathetic 4-12 start to the first test

The new era of England under Captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum began perfectly when James Anderson and Stuart Broad helped bowling in New Zealand at a 4:12 start to the first test at Lord’s. But after the veteran duo set in motion, test debutant Matthew Potts took the lead, letting Kane Williamson (2) …

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