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The Wallabies – The Australian Rugby Union Team

Brief Information About The Australian Rugby Union Team

Union: Australian Rugby Union

Nickname: The Wallabies

Emblem: The WallabyThe Wallabies – The Australian Rugby Union Team

Home Grounds: Subiaco Oval – Perth, Suncorp Stadium – Brisbane, ANZ Stadium – Sydney, Melbourne Cricket Stadium and Etihad Stadium – Melbourne

Current Coach: Ewen McKenzie

Most Caps: Goerge Gregan – 139

Top Scorer: Michael Lynagh – 911

Most Tries: David Campese – 64

First Ever International Match:

Australia Vs British Isles on 24th June, 1899

Result: Australia 13 – 3 British Isles

Largest Win: Vs Namibia (Australia 142 – 0 Namibia), on 25th October, 2003

Largest Defeat: Vs South Africa (South Africa 53 – 8 Australia) on 31st August, 2008

World Cup Performances:

1st Appearance in 1987

Total Appearances: 7

Best Performance: Champions in 1991 and in 1999

Official Website: rugby.com.au

About the Wallabies

The Wallabies is the Australian National Rugby Union tea, which represents Australia in the Rugby Union. Wallabies is its nickname and the team competes at the top level against South Africa, Argentina, New Zealand and British Lions. The Wallabies are among the top 3 teams of the Rugby Union. During their 7 Rugby Union World Cups has won two of them. The first time they beat England in the finals in 1991 and in 1999 they beat France. Not less than 11 Australian Rugby Union players have been part of the International Rugby Hall of Fame or the IRB Hall of Fame.

How they earned the name Wallabies

The name Wallabies is in reference to the wallaby a marsupial which is largely found in almost every part of the Australia. The nickname was first came into the picture when the Australian Rugby Union team first toured the United Kingdom and North America in the year 1908. After the British press nicknamed the New Zealand Rugby Union team as ‘All Blacks’ they insisted that the Australians should also get a nickname hence the first name came was Rabbits, which was suggested by one of the English newspaper, but Australians rejected it and later chose the native creature Wallaby as their nickname. First only touring Australian team used to be called Wallabies.

Greatest Rivalries

Wallabies have one of the greatest rivalries with most of the top Rugby Union teams of the world but the best and the oldest are with the England and the All Blacks. Recently they have developed intense rivalry with South Africa and Argentina as well.

Wallabies Records

Rugby World Cup

1987Fourth Place6402186108
2011Third Place750221195

Tri Nations (1996–2011; 2020)

New Zealand765202411
South Africa72281433

Rugby Championship (2012–present)

New Zealand4236246
South Africa42194191

All-time Tri Nations and Rugby Championship Table (1996–present)

New Zealand1188822817
South Africa114475624


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