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Wednesday 24th April 15:54
Australia winger Drew Mitchell has become the latest international star to join French giants Toulon.
Wednesday 17th April 05:34
Drew Mitchell will team up with Toulon next season after the Australian Rugby Union confirmed the winger had rejected a new deal.
Tuesday 27th November 10:42
Scott Higginbotham says Australia are ready for a Welsh backlash when the sides collide at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
Wednesday 9th February 08:03
Australia have continued to tie-up members of their squad by agreeing deals with Drew Mitchell and Ben Alexander.
Saturday 27th November 21:44
Drew Mitchell scored a hat-trick as Australia overwhelmed France in the second half for a 59-16 win.
Wednesday 8th September 09:01
A hamstring injury has ruled winger Drew Mitchell out of Saturday's final Tri-Nations match of the year.
Monday 12th July 08:24
Drew Mitchell may yet make the Tri-Nations after Peter Hynes suffered a knee injury at Wallaby training on Monday.
Saturday 12th June 13:26
Despite complete dominance up front, England were outdone by Aussie flair as they crashed to a 27-17 defeat in the first Test.
Saturday 1st November 11:24
New Zealand fought back from a 10-point deficit to clinch a 19-14 victory over Australia in their final Bledisloe Cup clash in Hong Kong.
Saturday 26th January 11:08
Western Force utility back Drew Mitchell is determined to use the Super 14s to cement his place on the wing for Australia.
Tuesday 13th November 13:22
Wallabies winger Drew Mitchell believes Western Force are serious contenders for a semi-final spot in the 2008 Super 14 competition.
Saturday 6th May 10:03
Drew Mitchell has agreed a three-year deal to join the Perth-based Western Force.
Wednesday 23rd November 16:15
Eddie Jones is wary of the threat posed to Australia by Wales captain Gareth Thomas
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