Australia sealed a Rugby World Cup 2015 quarter-finals berth with a 33-13 win over England at Twickenham on Saturday night, ending the host’s tournament in the pool stages.
Veteran Waratah Jeremy Tilse notched his 50th NSW Cap in 2015, after making his Super Rugby debut for the Tahs in 2007, and is preparing for his 11th season with his home state.
Michael Cheika has named an unchanged starting line-up from the Wallabies’ opening match against Fiji to face England at Twickenham, London on Saturday (6:00am Sunday AEDT).
Rams’ Captain and NSW Waratah, Jed Holloway, says his side still has to put in a full game performance to earn their elusive first win of the 2015 Buildcorp NRC season.
The seventh round of the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship kicks off with an all-Sydney clash between the Greater Sydney Rams and North Harbour Rays.
Super Rugby is set for its most significant evolution yet with four new conferences, three new teams, two new countries and one new trophy.
The NSW Waratahs are set for one of the most exciting seasons of Super Rugby yet, with eight home matches including a season opening Round 1 clash with the our oldest rivals the Queensland Reds.
Another exciting Buildcorp NRC match at Leichhardt Oval as the Stars got back to winning ways defeating their Sydney-based rivals the Greater Sydney Rams 44-32.
Wallabies post eleven tries in 65-3 Rugby World Cup 2015 thumping of Uruguay, their second win for the tournament as they head back to London to face England.
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