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Nov 13, 2001:  Wallabies skipper George Gregan has called on his teammates to lift their intensity for this week's clash with France after the world champions were beaten by England at the weekend
Nov 12, 2001:  Wendell Sailor and Matt Rogers made their first steps towards an international rugby union career with selection in the Australian sevens shadow team for next year's Commonwealth Games
Nov 11, 2001:  England rugby coach Clive Woodward has been condemend for 'gloating' by the Australian press following England's 21-15 victory over the world champs at Twickenham
Nov 11, 2001:  Vice-captain Dan Herbert's Wallaby tour has come to a premature end after he broke his thumb during Australia's 21-15 loss to England at Twickenham
Nov 10, 2001:  Stand-in skipper Neil Back said England's main aim on Saturday in their Cook Cup triumph over arch-rivals Australia at Twickenham was to regain their dignity after their Six Nations disappointment in Dublin
Nov 10, 2001:  Clive Woodward's England chariot is rolling again after a superb 21-15 victory over world champions Australia at Twickenham this afternoon
Nov 9, 2001:  In 2000 the Wallabies captured almost every trophy they contested, but are now focussed on claiming the one they didn't win - the Cook Cup - when they take on England at Twickenham
Nov 9, 2001:  England go into Saturday's Cook Cup match against world champions Australia at Twickenham with plenty of attention focused on coach Clive Woodward
Nov 9, 2001:  England manager Clive Woodward has declared that victory over Australia remains the most prized scalp in world rugby
Oct 30, 2001:  Promising Queensland winger Scott Barton will play for the ACT Brumbies next season after not being offered a contract by the Reds
Oct 30, 2001:  The Barbarians are hoping to lure ex-Wallaby skipper John Eales out of retirement to face his former team-mates in their end of tour clash in Cardiff
Oct 30, 2001:  Every one of the Vodafone Wallabies' Test matches on their tour of Europe will be televised live, following the recent decision by Fox Sports to televise the first ever Test between Australia and Spain this Thursday
Oct 29, 2001:  Spain plays host the all-conquering Wallabies in Madrid on Thursday, in a clash that has been likened to a battle between David and Goliath
Oct 29, 2001:  The ARU is nearing agreement with the International Rugby Board (IRB) for the 2003 World Cup, with chief executive John O'Neill (pictured) on the way home from Singapore after negotiations between the two parties
Oct 29, 2001:  Former Wallaby coach Rod Macqueen has revealed that the Australian team "laughed" at their New Zealand counterparts during the All Blacks shock loss to France in the World Cup semi-finals in 1999
Oct 28, 2001:  Australian coach Eddie Jones was delighted with his side's start to their seven-match European tour despite being nearly embarrassed by a scratch team representing the English National Divisions
Oct 28, 2001:  Australia were made to work surprisingly hard by a scratch English National Divisions XV before opening their seven-match tour of Europe with a hollow 34-22 win at Welford Road
Oct 26, 2001:  Wallabies skipper George Gregan is set to be crowned as the world's best player at the International Rugby Players' Association awards dinner in London next month
Oct 26, 2001:  George Gregan knows he has a hard act to follow as he leads Australia for the first time on their tour of Europe
Oct 26, 2001:  Australia winger Ben Tune is hoping to finally overcome the injury woe which has plagued him for the past two years and recapture his place in the Wallabies Test team
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