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    The Wallabies have lifted to third on the world rugby rankings - but just how real that improvement is will be proven on the fields of Europe next month

    The Wallabies have lifted to third on the world rugby rankings - but just how real that improvement is will be proven on the fields of Europe next month


    Despite the early loss of fullback Reece Hodge, Australia overcame stubborn resistance from Japan to make a winning start to their 2021 spring tour.

    The 32 - 23 win over the Brave Blossoms in Oita means the Wallabies have won five straight Tests for the first time since the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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     05 Dec: Alice Robinson's co-coach rates the Super G the hardest discipline to master on the World Cup ski circuit
     05 Dec: Australia have won the latest round of the women's World Sevens series in Dubai, beating Fiji 15-5 in the final
     04 Dec: Injuries and Covid-19 cases will see a patched-up Breakers limp into their opening game of the Australian NBL season tonight
     04 Dec: Despite looming uncertainty, national women's basketball coach Guy Molloy hopes things will be less hamstrung by Covid next year
     04 Dec: Guy Molloy's trumpeting his new coaching role at the NBL's Wellington Saints, which will enhance his commitment to the national women's team
     03 Dec: Disappointment for New Zealand snowboarders Cool Wakushima and Tiaan Collins in their opening World Cup events of the season in Steamboat Colorado
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