Next month will see four legendary NSW Waratahs inducted into the prestigious IRB Hall of Fame.
Northern Suburbs were crowned Sydney Premier Sevens men’s champions last night after defeating the Warringah Rats 22-17 in the final at Forshaw Rugby Park, whilst Parramatta triumphed in the women’s event.
NSW Waratahs flanker Michael Hooper has been crowned the 2013 John Eales medallist and Australia’s Choice Qantas Wallaby of the Year.
Sydney Juniors administrator Kerry Brady has won the prestigious Nick Farr-Jones Spirit of Rugby Award for 2013.
Sylvania will tonight host the conclusion of the Sydney Premier Sevens finals, as six men’s and three women’s teams go head to head for the inaugural title.
The NSW Waratahs have issued a call to action to their members, fans, sponsors and media partners to help support the NSW communities whose lives have been devastated by the recent bushfires.
NSW Rugby Union and Waratahs Rugby today joined forces with Australian Rugby Union and NSW Sports Minister Gabrielle Upton to launch the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Rugby Union Group.
New Waratah recruits Kurtley Beale and Nick Phipps, along with defensive coach Nathan Grey, will take on their old club the Melbourne Rebels in their first trial match for 2014.
The line up for next week’s inaugural Sydney Premier Sevens finals is now complete, after the remaining four men’s and two women’s teams secured qualification in last night’s pool rounds.
Sydney women’s captain Tui Ormsby and NSW country flanker Rebecca Smyth are set to equal the record of Wallaby and NSW legends David Campese and Jason Little after today being selected for a remarkable third World Cup.
Former All Black centre Daryl Gibson has given Test debutant Peter Betham the thumbs up ahead of Saturday night’s third Bledisloe Cup Test against New Zealand.
The NSW Waratahs are proud to partner with Service Stories, a project mentoring young veterans to share their stories and experiences with the community.
The hills are alive with the sound of Waratahs, the ones at Sydney’s beach side suburb of Coogee that is. The NSW Waratahs today kicked off their assault on this year’s Super Rugby title, with their now traditional gut-busting pre-season training run.
Penrith raced out of the blocks in the first qualifying round of the Sydney Premier Sevens tournament held at Merrylands RSL Rugby Club yesterday (Tuesday).
The NSW Waratahs got into the swing of things on their first day back for the 2014 Super Rugby season today, with a get together at the Moore Park Golf Club.
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