As the first weekend of Shute Shield competition approaches, we take a look at who’s up against who in the first club rugby preview of the year.
With the return of Tahs on Turf, find out HERE what else you and the family can get up to at the game this Sunday, April 2nd, when the NSW Waratahs take on the Crusaders!
We sat down with Assistant Coach Nathan Grey to hear what he had to say after the team's 32-25 away victory against the Melbourne Rebels in Round Five.
If you love horse racing and Sunday afternoon rugby, then we have the perfect weekend in store for you! The NSW Waratahs and the Australian Turf Club are teaming up to deliver the ultimate sporting bundle just in time for Round Six against our Trans-Tasman counterparts, the Crusaders.
The NSW Waratahs have come back from a 19-point difference in thrilling fashion to overcome a well equipped Melbourne Rebels side at AAMI Park in Round 5 of the Vodafone Super Rugby.
From bush to beach, a day of rugby heaven is just around the corner with NINE different camps running between April 18th and 21st.
With all skill levels catered for and a NSW Waratah Junior Membership inclusive in the participation package, you will be one step closer in your journey to wearing the Sky Blue!
On a lazy Sunday afternoon last weekend, a young Waratah tragic named Jet Ostrer and his father Stephen were out practicing goal kicking. What seemed like a regular day out at the park quickly turned to what would be every young Tah fan’s dream.
Head Coach Pat McCutcheon has made two changes to his starting line-up ahead of their Super Rugby curtain-raiser clash against the Rebels U20’s side. Coming off the back of their first loss of the U20 Championship season, McCutcheon had plenty to reflect on.
NSW Waratahs have made several changes to the starting line up ahead of the Melbourne Rebels clash for round five of the Vodafone Super Rugby on Friday night, as the team looks to win back the Weary Dunlop Shield.
Serial ball thief Tolu Latu has taken charge of the Waratahs’ starting number two jersey in his return to dominance in the 2017 Super Rugby season. According to the 24-year-old, he owes his success to the teachers and experiences he has had along the way.