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Monday 1st July 08:44
Australia centre Adam Ashley-Cooper insists the British and Irish Lions have yet to see the best of the Wallabies in the Test series so far.
Tuesday 18th June 05:38
Australia back Adam Ashley-Cooper insists British and Irish Lions legend Brian O'Driscoll remains as dangerous as ever ahead of Saturday's opening Test.
Friday 22nd March 04:25
Adam Ashley-Cooper has ended speculation over his future by signing a new two-year deal with the Australian Rugby Union and the Waratahs.
Friday 16th November 10:46
Adam Ashley-Cooper was identified England's "mongrel" winger Chris Ashton as Australia's main threat on Saturday.
Tuesday 18th October 15:28
Wallabies star Adam Ashley-Cooper has billed Wales centre Jamie Roberts as player of the World Cup.
Tuesday 13th September 08:23
Australia star Adam Ashley-Cooper has described Brian O'Driscoll as a "freak" ahead of Saturday's World Cup showdown at Eden Park.
Tuesday 29th March 10:13
Australia back Adam Ashley-Cooper has confirmed that he has agreed to join the Waratahs next season.
Monday 7th February 10:44
Centre Adam Ashley-Cooper is still weighing up his options despite agreeing a new deal with the Australian Rugby Union.
Thursday 21st October 10:41
Australia back Adam Ashley-Cooper insists the Wallabies can go through their tour of Hong Kong and Europe unbeaten.
Saturday 11th September 12:49
New Zealand scored two late tries to complete a 100 per cent Tri-Nations campaign with a 23-22 win over Australia.
Monday 30th August 14:41
Adam Ashley-Cooper is optimistic over the rest of the Wallabies' Tri-Nations campaign despite their defeat to South Africa.
Saturday 26th June 15:07
First-half tries from Luke Burgess and Quade Cooper helped Australia clinch a 22-15 victory over Ireland in Brisbane.
Wednesday 7th April 13:04
Adam Ashley-Cooper insists bonus points are crucial if Brumbies are to avoid missing out on the Super 14 finals.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.
NSW Waratahs pipped Crusaders to the title in a thrilling Super Rugby 2014 final.
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