The brand new National Rugby Championship kicks off tomorrow with four teams from NSW battling with five other Australian teams for the inaugural NRC title.
Coming off the back of a productive Limerick campaign, the NSW Waratahs touched down in England for the main event of the invitational World Club Sevens series held at the famous Twickenham stadium.
The NSW rugby community was saddened to learn of the passing of former Waratahs scrumhalf Eric Tindall, who passed away last Monday at the age of 69.
The Woodies have been crowned 2014 Magners Shute Shield Champions,
claiming their first title since 2011 with a 33-13 win over Southern
Hamish Angus has been voted Shute Shield Player of the Year for 2014. It’s the second time in three seasons that the Warringah flyhalf has taken the Ken Catchpole Medal.
The Ken Catchpole Medal is awarded each season to the Shute Shield Player of the Year.
Southern Districts skipper Jed Holloway is backing his team to secure its first ever Premiership title this weekend, despite being pitted against experienced Eastwood leader Hugh Perrett, who is 10 years his senior.
Kurtley Beale has beaten Bernard Foley to the flyhalf role in a revamped Wallabies line-up for the opening Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup
The NSW Waratahs took time to settle in their first appearance at the Limerick Sevens but came away with a 24-19 win over Saracens to claim the Shield.
Congratulations to Tracey Deavin from NSW, winner of our Magners Man of the Match competition to win a trip for two to Dublin