The NSW Waratahs will start their season in six days’ time, with a four-day community roadshow ahead of their first trial match against the Rebels on the banks of the Murray River on Saturday, February 1.
Sydney premiership side the Warringah Rats yesterday headed off to the Northern Territory on their annual Warringah Ch-RAT-y humanitarian tour.
The Tahs will have a full contingent of Wallabies on deck when they run out at home for the first time in 2014, in a cracking trial game against rugby newcomer Benji Marshall and the Auckland Blues at Allianz Stadium on Friday February 7.
With four birthdays this week, there's plenty to celebrate as the team returns to pre-season training.
You don’t have to wait until the start of the Super Rugby season on February 23 to see your NSW Waratahs in action
The winner of the NSW Junior Rugby Fundraising Raffle was drawn today by Michael Cheika, Coach of the NSW Waratahs.
NSW Coach Michael Cheika is on a state-wide search for the next wave of NSW Waratahs ahead of next year’s National Under 20s Championship.
Waratahs Rugby is introducing a new charity policy that gives local and state-wide charities the chance to become an official charity partner of the NSW Waratahs, as part of its Tahs Together community program.
The last of the Sydney Summer Sevens Series saw the U16’s girls capping of a great competition at Loreto Normanhurst.
The NSW Waratahs today announced they will use IBM (NYSE:IBM) predictive analytics technologies to monitor the 35-strong player squad.
The Qantas Wallabies overpowered Scotland at the weekend in a 21-15, two tries to nil victory, in the Hopetoun Cup clash at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium.
Five indigenous boys aged between 13 and 15 today visited a NSW Waratahs training session in Sydney.
This evening will see Peter Betham touchdown in Scotland ahead of the Wallabies’ fourth Spring Tour Test against Scotland on Saturday.
Not even a flooded school hall could stop the NSW Waratahs from kicking off their new Primary Schools Blitz in Sydney’s north yesterday.
NSW fans are being encouraged to make their vote count and back Israel Folau to win a place in the first ever World XV of the Year, as announced by the International Rugby Players’ Association.