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The grey areas in Jake White’s coaching career

The World Cup-winning coach has an impeccable CV, with an illustrious coaching career that has taken him all over the globe. But he has a reputation problem

Blown away by the Hurricanes

Whatever happens to the Stormers on Saturday it is the New Zealand team that has been the most destructive this season.

RugbyU: Defending Super 15 champs fight to save season

The table-topping Wellington Hurricanes put their unbeaten run on the line against the defending Super 15 champions NSW Waratahs.

Brumbies beat Sharks 16-9 in Super Rugby

The Sharks have clung to first place in the Super Rugby table by taking a bonus point from a 16-9 loss to the Brumbies in a top of the table clash.

Crusaders pack too much for Brumbies

A dominant forward pack allowed the Canterbury Crusaders' to maintain their Super15 winning streak when they downed the ACT Brumbies 40-20.

Sharks boss open to ‘engage’ with Jake White

Reacting to media reports that Jake White has quit as coach of the Brumbies, Sharks' boss John Smit said White could add value to the SA team.

Jake White quits as Brumbies coach

Australian media has reported that Jake White has quit as Brumbies coach with two years left on his contract.

Chiefs tame Brumbies for SuperRugby crown

The Chiefs came from behind to beat the Brumbies 27-22 in the Super 15 final, reinforcing their standing as the southern hemisphere rugby powerhouse.

Brumbies beat Bulls for spot in SuperRugby finals

A last-minute try by Brumbies centre Tevita Kuridrani and a number of dubious decisions saw the Bulls go down 26-23 in their Super Rugby semifinal.

Loftus set to curtail Jake White’s progress

The White Knight has had great success in steering the Brumbies to glory. That's quite enough of that.

Brumbies, Reds draw after intense face-off

The Brumbies have survived intense pressure to cling on to a 19-19 Super 15 draw with the Queensland Reds and stay top of the Australian conference.

Australian teams’ wins shake up Super Rugby

Three wins by Australian teams over New Zealand opponents have reshaped the Super Rugby championship during the ninth round.

White knight plots his next move

Following his revamp of the Brumbies, the former Bok coach may be in line for the Wallabies job

Brumbies thrash Sharks 29-10

A strong start from the Brumbies helped maintain their unbeaten start to the Super Rugby season with a 29-10 bonus point victory over the Sharks.

Sharks ready to take on Brumbies

Coach John Plumtree admits the Sharks have yet to hit their stride this season, but he hopes that will change when they meet the Brumbies in Durban.

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