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Wallabies team to face Scotland in Edinburgh

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named Stephen Moore to start in what will be his 129th, and final, Test of a professional career that has spanned 15 years. It will be the 34-year old's 97th Test start and eight match against Scotland with the hooker set to retire from all forms of the game following Saturday's clash.

While it will mark the end for the former captain, it's just the beginning for 21-year old Taniela Tupou.


Mbonambi and Du Toit to start against Italy

Bongi Mbonambi will make his first start for the Springboks against Italy in Padova, while Pieter-Steph du Toit returns to the starting team for Saturday’s third Test in the Castle Lager Outgoing Tour.

Furthermore, the uncapped Warrick Gelant has been included on the bench and will make his Springbok debut should he go onto the field of play during the match.


Huon Salmon set to serve at Australian Open 2018

Australian Open and Huon Salmon have joined forces to fuel players and fans with healthy food options at one of the world’s biggest sports and entertainment event in January. The new relationship will see Huon Salmon as the official salmon at the Australian Open Festival for 2018.

“It makes sense to collaborate with Huon Salmon, a premium Australian supplier that supports our continued growth for fresh, healthy food offerings at the tennis,” said Enda Cunningham, Tennis Australia’s Head of Onsite Revenue.


Stephen Moore to retire from all forms of the game following Scotland Test

Stephen Moore has today confirmed he will retire from all forms of the game, following the Wallabies' final Test of the 2017 Spring Tour against Scotland.

Australia's second most-capped International of all-time had originally planned to play one final season with the Queensland Reds in Vodafone Super Rugby, but will now hang up the boots at Murrayfield on Saturday.


WP YTC makes solid strides in player development

The Western Province Women’s Youth Training Centre (YTC) is making solid strides in developing quality players who are making their presence felt at national and provincial level, with two players having represented the SA Select Women’s team in England and six the Western Province Women’s Interprovincial team.

The training centre is one of eight located throughout the country with the purpose of bolstering the women’s game by developing a bigger pool of players and grooming them for top-class rugby. 


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