The National Rugby Championship is one step closer to fruition, following yesterday’s announcement of Buildcorp as the Official Naming Rights Partner of Australian Rugby’s new domestic competition.
The Pirates’ journey to a place in the finals is a simple one to navigate. According to West Harbour head coach Matt Briggs, they need to win the final two matches of the season, both with a bonus point.
The Warringah Rats have come out on top in the battle of the beaches, turning on some of their best attacking rugby to overcome arch rival Manly by 43-34.
The Tahs have stormed the second half to run away with a record win over the Queensland Reds.
Following the Australian Rugby Union announcement that National 7s Tournaments would be held in March 2015, NSW Rugby Union has developed a Sevens Talented Player Pathway for potential NSW representatives.
Congratulations to the following players who have been selected to represent their Union at the U16 NSW State Championships at T.G. Millner Field, 3-5 October 2014.
As the Rats prepare to take on local rivals Manly, skipper Luke Holmes has stoked the rivalry, claiming the lion’s share of Northern Beaches’ support will be behind Warringah.
Israel Folau has been ruled out of Saturday’s showdown with the Reds with a corked thigh.
Tickets to the Tahs Semi-Final on Saturday July 26 go on public sale at 9am on Wednesday July 16 from www.waratahs.com.au/finals.
The Department of Justice and the NSW Waratahs yesterday teamed up to help Pacific Islander young offenders get back on track through community engagement and education