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THEY beat them at the Olympics but New Zealand proved too strong for Australia in the final of the Las Vegas women’s rugby sevens tournament on Sunday
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AUSSIE women’s sevens coach Tim Walsh says the joint men’s-women’s tournaments is the way of the future and it’s time other countries followed suit.
2016 review The six big storylines of 2016
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Wallabies Wallaby Beale wants to start not finish
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Your July Monthly Forecast: As we head into July, it's important that you think carefully about what you love in your life. It's not that you need fear it being taken away, nor worry that you'll no longer enjoy it, but there's a sense that some of the most meaningful elements are going to be set in stone. And a change of heart is far harder to achieve once encased in the foundations of our lives. So if you want to explore alternative desires, or discover hidden sides of yourself, this is a good time to take action. Once the cement dries you'll grow stronger, but less agile.