Irish Lions & Quade Cooper
Quade S. Cooper (born 5 April 1988) is a New Zealand born Australian rugby union player./5
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Aus paper Courier Mail reporting Quade Cooper was attacked in a Brisbane pub yesterday -
Sunday night sports wrap * NRL The Melbourne Storm have belted Cronulla 38-6, in other games The Warriors made it three straight with an 18-16 home upset of Manly, while the gutsy Tigers beat the Panthers 20-18. * AFL West Coast left it late to secure a vital four-point win over St Kilda at Docklands to keep its finals hopes alive. The Eagles kicked a goal in the final two minutes to seal a 12.12 (84) to 11.14 (80). * Rugby New South Wales heads into the break on a high note after handing Western Force a 28-13 defeat in Perth. Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has confirmed that playmaker Quade Cooper will not be one of the six additions to his squad for the Test series against the British and Irish Lions. *Queensland Firebirds have moved into second spot in the trans-Tasman netball league with a 72-47 win over West Coast Fever in Perth. While the Southern Steel leapfrogged back into fifth place on the ladder with a comfortable 79-62 victory over Canterbury Tactix in Dunedin. *Boomers centre Luke Nevill led th ...
Can't believe how many teams Quade Cooper plays for. Supposed to be Reds, and Wobbilies but we all know how he secretly assists the AB's and after last night it is clearly obvious thst he is a Btish and Irish Lion
The British & Irish Lions will face Quade Cooper on Saturday. He was left out of the Australia squad. This game will be their hardest task yet.
Stormers dent Reds' hopes Cape Town - The Stormers dented the Reds' playoff hopes in the Super Rugby with a 20-15 win on Saturday, with discarded Wallabies flyhalf Quade Cooper and his team off-color for the second straight game in South Africa. Springboks captain Jean de Villiers' try early in the second half was the decisive play in a grinding match at a windy and rainy Newlands, helping end the Stormers' own three-match losing run and leaving the Reds five points behind the Brumbies at the top of the Australian conference. De Villiers was set free on the left wing after a cross-kick from flyhalf Elton Jantjies in a planned move near halfway, and the centre eventually ran away for the only try of the game. Cooper kicked five second-half penalties, but Stormers fullback Joe Pietersen matched that in a relieving win for the struggling Cape Town team. In his first match since being left out of an initial Wallabies squad for the British and Irish Lions series, Cooper couldn't spark the Reds backline despite ...
Code-hopper Israel Folau was one of three uncapped players named in Australia's preliminary 25-man squad to face the British and Irish Lions, with in-form Reds playmaker Quade Cooper the most notable omission. Folau's selection caps a remarkable rise for the former rugby league international after just 12 Super 15 appearances for the Waratahs since switching from AFL at the start of the season. Brumbies captain Ben Mowen and inside centre Christian Lealiifano were the other new faces in the group. Meeting of minds: Australian rugby chief Bill Pulver (right) with coach Robbie Deans at the announcement Experienced Brumbies flanker George Smith (knee) and Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau (fractured arm) have both been overlooked, opening the door for Reds duo Liam Gill and Saia Fainga'a. The Australian Rugby Union was prepared to bend the rules for Smith, who is on loan from Japanese club Suntory, to allow the 110-Test veteran to play in his second series against the Lions. But a suspected medial ligament i ...
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