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Former Wallabies captain Dean Mumm will retire from professional rugby at the end of the year to focus on philanthropic interests, as well as furthering his career away from the game.

A veteran of 57 Tests, the 33-year old will have the chance to add to that tally before calling it a day at the end of 2017. 

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The Qantas Australian Men’s Sevens team have finished the 2016/17 HSBC Sevens World Series in sixth place, following the final leg in London.

Australia were defeated by United States of America in their Cup Quarter-Final before beating New Zealand by a record margin in the Fifth Place Semi Final. Australia couldn't finish it off with a win though, as they went down fighting in the Fifth Place Final, to 2016/17 HSBC Sevens World Series Champions South Africa.  

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The Australian Men’s Sevens team have qualified for the Cup Quarter-Finals in London following two wins on day one at Twickenham. Australia will now play United States of America in the Cup Quarter Final at 7.58pm AEST on Sunday May 21.

Australian Men’s Sevens Head Coach Andy Friend said: “It was probably some of the most clinical rugby we've played. The boys started really well against Samoa, we had our opportunities against England and it was a game that we probably could have and should have won and then to put 50 points on Spain at the end topped off what was a very good day."

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The Australian Men’s Sevens team have finished their Paris campaign in tenth position. Looking to reassert themselves after a disappointing Day One in Paris, the Qantas Australian Men’s Sevens team brought in Tom Kingston after having lost John Porch and Charlie Taylor to head knocks.

With wins over Japan and Wales, the Aussie 7s reached the Challenge Trophy Final but were unable to over come the eventual Challenge Trophy victors, Argentina. Australia will next play at the London 7s on May 20-21, 2017.

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Australia U20s squad to represent Australia at the upcoming World Rugby U20s Championship in Georgia this June, has been named with a string of Aussie 7s stars and Super Rugby players coming into the squad.

Head Coach Simon Cron has named Qantas Australia Men’s Sevens players Simon Kennewell, Liam McNamara, Henry Hutchison and Lachie Anderson to join the Aussie U20s, adding some extra speed and ability in the backs for the young men in gold.

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Australia U20s Head Coach Simon Cron has made six changes ahead of the trans-tasman clash with New Zealand in the final round of the Oceania Rugby U20s Championship on Saturday night at Bond University on the Gold Coast.

Ryan McCauley and Harry Hockings return to the second row while Melbourne Rebels hooker, Jordan Uelese comes into starting side having joined the squad earlier this week. Liam Wright, who played off the bench against Fiji, moves back to flanker to round out an all Queensland backrow alongside Angus Scott-Young and Reece Hewat.

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Cricket Australia today welcomed the decision by the ICC to double prizemoney for the Women’s World Cup, and make every game available to fans through livestreaming.

Australia will now be competing for a prize pool of $2 million, which has been doubled by the ICC. The eight-team tournament in England and Wales begins on 24 June, with the final at Lords on 23 July. 

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