After a physically draining opening to the Super Rugby competition, the NSW Waratahs, will have the first of two bye-rounds in Round 3.
The Gen Blue side to take on the visiting Pampas XV has been named, with Randwick's Ned Hannigan starting the match alongside the Waratahs emerging player group.
The Waratahs’ best and brightest young talent were on show when the NSW Gen Blue side defeated Australian Tonga last Saturday afternoon at Forshaw Park.
Waratahs Rugby Chairman, Roger Davis, today announced that RUPA CEO, Greg Harris will take up the role as CEO of the Waratahs.
After replacing the injured Wycliff Palu, Stephen Hoiles praised the form of his team following their ten point win over the Rebels in Melbourne.
The NSW Waratahs have won a thrilling match against the Melbourne Rebels in Melbourne on Friday night, with the final score 38-28.
The NSW Waratahs will look to bounce back from last Sunday’s defeat to the Force when they play the Rebels on Friday night away in Melbourne.
Rugby in New South Wales enjoyed unprecedented success at the Sport NSW 2014 Sport Awards, awarded in Sydney on Thursday evening, winning four awards from five nominations.
Bernard Foley will bring up his 50th Super Rugby cap when he lines up against the Melbourne Rebels in Melbourne on Friday night.
The Gen Blue side to take on Australian Tonga at Forshaw Park on Saturday February 21 has been named and features a host of young talent.