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  1. FILE PHOTO: Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Wales vs Australia

    Rugby: Hodge extends Wallabies contract to 2023

    Utility back Reece Hodge has extended his Wallabies contract through to the 2023 World Cup in France, Rugby Australia said on Wednesday.
  2. Rugby World Cup 2019 - Pool D - Australia v Fiji

    Wallabies pass typhoon with 'terrible' karaoke

    As karaoke singers, Australia’s squad make fine rugby players, according to winger Reece Hodge, who would prefer to belt out the national anthem ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Pool D - Australia v Fiji

    Australia will not appeal Hodge ban, says coach Cheika

    Australia will not be appealing against the three-match ban handed to winger Reece Hodge for a dangerous tackle in last weekend's Rugby World Cup ...
  4. Rugby World Cup 2019 - Pool D - Australia v Fiji

    Rugby: Cheika defends Hodge and says Australia might still appeal ban

    Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has defended Reece Hodge over the high tackle that ruled the winger out of the rest of the World Cup pool phase and ...
  5. Rugby World Cup 2019 - Pool D - Australia v Fiji

    Hodge 'unaware' of new high tackle rules, says disciplinary panel

    A report by an independent disciplinary tribunal has revealed that Australia winger Reece Hodge, banned for a dangerous high tackle against Fiji, ...
  6. Autumn Internationals - England vs Australia

    Australian media reacts with anger to Hodge ban

    Australia's media has reacted with fury to the decision to ban Wallabies winger Reece Hodge for three World Cup matches for a dangerous tackle ...
  7. Rugby Union - Rugby Championship - Australia vs South Africa

    Australia winger Hodge banned for three matches for dangerous tackle

    Australia winger Reece Hodge will miss three World Cup matches after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle on Fiji's Peceli Yato by judicial ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: New Zealand flyhalf Beauden Barrett with referee Jerome Garces

    World Rugby admits refereeing not up to scratch on opening weekend

    World Rugby issued a statement on Tuesday conceding that the officiating over the first weekend of the World Cup was not up to scratch and ...