Making the most of a week off after last Saturday’s historic match against The British & Irish Lions, Paddy Ryan headed home to Tamworth, yesterday visiting the Armidale Diocesan rugby trials at Chillingworth Oval.
Northern Suburbs downed a courageous Parramatta side in the curtain raiser to yesterday's historic match between the HSBC Waratahs and The British & Irish Lions at Allianz Stadium. Spurred on by one of the largest crowds of the Shute Shield season, the Shoremen ran in five tries to two in a scintillating exhibition of attacking rugby.
The British & Irish Lions defeated the HSBC Waratahs 47-17 at Allianz Stadium, tonight after a breathtaking display of world class rugby in front of a capacity crowd of 40,805.
HSBC Waratahs captain Dave Dennis will return from international duty to lead his state into one of the most historic matches in NSW rugby history.
This Saturday will see Parramatta and Northern Suburbs raise the curtain at Allianz Stadium, as the HSBC Waratahs prepare to take on The British & Irish Lions for the first time in 12 years.
HSBC Waratahs’ captain Dave Dennis and centre Rob Horne have today been released by the Qantas Wallabies to play for NSW in Saturday’s game against The British & Irish Lions.
Almost five decades of service to the NSW rugby community has today seen Mrs Robin Timmins recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Newcastle local Lewie Catt has been named amongst the Combined Country starting XV to face the British & Irish Lions at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle tomorrow, Tuesday 11 June.
In a big show of courage, an inexperienced HSBC Waratahs squad has out-enthused a seasoned Force outfit to record a tremendous 28-13 win in Perth
A dominating second-half performance has seen Eastern Suburbs notch up a four-try bonus-point win over Gordon at Woollahra Oval today. There was nothing separating the sides at half-time, with the scores level at 13-all but it was the Beasties who held strong in the second period, crossing the line three times to take the final score to 38-20 and retain their seventh spot on the Shute Shield table.
Northern Suburbs’ flanker AJ Gilbert will make his NSW debut in Perth tomorrow after replacing Pat McCutcheon in the starting lineup.
The second leg of the Junior Club Blitz initiative got underway on Wednesday 5th with HSBC Waratahs players visiting 11 Junior Clubs in the Sydney area.
Four NSW Country players and four stars of the Shute Shield have been selected in the 23-man combined NSW and Queensland Country squad to play the British & Irish Lions at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle on Tuesday, June 11 (kick off 7.30pm).
Despite having broken his arm less than a week earlier, HSBC Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau was still able to take part in the New South Wales Rugby Union's Learn Earn Legend! camp at the University of Western Sydney’s Penrith campus on the 24th and 25th of May.
Sat Mar 19, 7:40PM AEDT
Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney