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Folau’s social media in mystery shutdown

The former Wallaby launched legal action against Rugby Australia earlier this month, demanding an apology, compensation and the right to play again

Folau code of conduct hearing set for May 4

Super Rugby's record try scorer will have a hearing over homophobic comments made on social media on May 4

Folau handed sack notice over anti-gay comments

Folau posted on Instagram: "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators — Hell awaits you."

South African rugby player fined after anti-gay slur

Waratahs player Jacques Potgieter was fined Aus$20 000 after a Brumbies player complained that Potgieter had made an anti-gay remark.

Rebels lock gets 10-week gouging ban

Rebels lock Adam Byrnes has been found guilty of eye-gouging and suspended for 10 weeks after he was cited during the match against the Waratahs.

Carter hat-trick keeps Waratahs in the hunt

Tom Carter's hat-trick kept the Waratahs in line for a Super Rugby play-off spot, beating the Highlanders 33-7 in Sydney.

Super end to the season

It's almost certain which teams will finish in the top four, but there are still two play-off places up for grabs, with four teams vying for them.

Bulls and Waratahs face off

The Bulls and Australia's Waratahs face a potentially season-defining showdown as they both look to stay in the race for June's top-six playoffs.

Mitchell scores four tries in NSW win

Winger Drew Mitchell scored four tries as the New South Wales Waratahs celebrated captain Phil Waugh's record-breaking appearance.

Waratahs out to stop runaway Bulls

The Waratahs will have the onerous task of stopping the Bulls' juggernaut at their Pretoria fortress in this weekend's third round of the Super 14.

Waratahs make two changes for Bulls clash

The Waratahs have changed their team for Saturday's clash with the Bulls, with lock Dave Dennis set for his first Super 14 start at Loftus Versfeld.

Stormers sweat on Burger’s fitness

Schalk Burger, the Stormers' lone injury casualty from the weekend's win over the Waratahs, is a doubtful starter for Friday's clash with the Brumbies

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