Australian rugby finds itself in turbulent waters, with the recent removal of Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan, following the Eddie Jones debacle.
The coaching realm is no stranger to disputes, but few have persisted as long, and remained as personal, as the feud between Eddie Jones and Sir Clive Woodward.
Just like a sparkler, Eddie Jones’ tenure as head coach of Australia initially burned bright, but it fizzled out just as quickly as it flamed up.
In a move that has captured the attention of the rugby world, Eddie Jones will continue to lead Australia Rugby until the 2027 Rugby World Cup.
The Rugby World Cup has been a stage for some of the most electrifying and unforgettable moments in the history of the sport.
As the warm evenings of Europe's astonishingly hot summer give way to the cooler dark evenings of autumn, so too do the pool stages of the 2023 Rugby World Cup to the do-or-die knockout rounds.
Eight Rugby World Cup matches were dotted across France in Week 4, and the picture for the knockout round became clearer.
The pool stage of the 2023 Rugby World Cup is coming to a close soon, and the penultimate round had some crackers within it.
With three weekends of World Cup action already in the bank, the pools are starting to take shape. In each of the four, there are clear favourites to qualify top and then a handful of contenders sitting beneath.
Wallabies head coach Eddie Jones has spoken to the media for the first time since his team's record 40 - 6 defeat to Wales in Lyon.
Having fun yet with all of the rugby?
Rugby World Cup 2023 has officially hit its midpoint, with twenty-four of the forty-eight scheduled fixtures now complete.
The rugby’s pretty good right now, don't you think?
The opening round of the Rugby World Cup offered up some truly memorable clashes, with plenty of action and drama to unpack.
What a weekend, eh?