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See below for the latest news from IRANZ.

IRAA Scholarship Recipient Gage Phillips Shines At IRANZ

Gage Phillips attend the inaugural IRAA Courses in January held at Olympic Park, Sydney. After an outstanding week, Gage impressed the Staff Coaches with his raw skill and exceptional attitude. At the end of the course, Gage received the Mortimer & Baffsky Scholarship for excellence, earning the opportunity to attend the IRANZ High-Performance Players Course.

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IRANZ Insight: Foster vs Robertson

The two contenders for the top job, Fossie and Razor both visited IRANZ frequently and spent many hours over many years honing their art. Fossie has more time in the saddle and has been at the leading edge for many years. Razor is a young fresh face with success beyond his years and appeal as an agent of change. Both would do a good job and they would naturally have my allegiance.

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Rennie a sensational appointment for Wallabies

21-Nov-2019 02:39:54 PM

By Greg Stutchbury

WELLINGTON, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Rugby Australia have made a “sensational appointment” in choosing Dave Rennie to take over as coach of the Wallabies and he will improve the team in short order, former All Blacks loose forward Murray Mexted has said.

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Investec announce new sponsorship with International Rugby Academy Australia

The International Rugby Academy has launched in Australia. We’re delighted to have Investec on board as a sponsor to help us maximise opportunities for young rugby talent.

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IRANZ Insight – ABs set the pace but Bok take the Silverware

Well, that’s a wrap. The ninth edition of RWC has come to an end and it’s fair to say that throughout RWC Japan, the All Blacks remained the most popular team.  They continued to set the standard and push the parameters of attack. They developed the dual playmaker role to counter rush defence – a meritorious strategy in the spirit of progressive rugby. 

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