The state’s female players have swept the board at the National Women’s Championships, with Sydney women winning the cup competition and the Westpac NSW Country Corellas taking the Plate honours
The NSW Rugby community is in mourning following the sudden death of former Wallaby captain and Hall of Famer John Hipwell OAM, who passed away on Monday at age 65.
First Division newcomer Balmain has capped an astounding season by recording a 33-all extra-time draw with St Patrick’s to become joint NSW Suburban Rugby First Grade Premiers.
Sydney University’s premiership winning hooker Tolu Latu and former Australia A winger Matt Carraro have become the latest additions to the NSW Waratahs senior squad for the 2014 Super Rugby season.
This Saturday will see minor premiers and Club Champions St Patricks clash with newcomer Balmain in Suburban Rugby's premier competition, the Kentwell Cup.
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Waratahs Rugby has today announced the signing of Goodman Fielder as a new official partner of the NSW Waratahs. Founded in NSW, Goodman Fielder is Australasia's leading listed food company.
NSW Rugby is today mourning the loss of Randwick statesman and 10-Test Wallaby, Edward ‘Ted’ Heinrich, after he passed away last night aged 73.
Sydney University captain Tim Davidson today retired on a high, after leading the Students to an eighth Shute Shield premiership title in nine grand final starts.
Influential Eastwood captain Hugh Perrett has been voted Shute Shield Player of the Year for 2013, with his Woodies’ team mate Hugh Roach taking Rookie of the Year award.
NSW Country Rugby will this weekend contest five zone Grand Finals at Lismore, Newcastle, Orange, Port Macquarie and Woy Woy.
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NSW Waratahs players were among hundreds enjoying a feast of rugby action recently, as over 2,100 of Sydney’s rugby-playing youngsters enjoyed the fantastic culmination of the Sydney Juniors Rugby Union season.
Brother-in-law coaches Chris Malone (Sydney Uni) and John Manenti (Eastwood) will this Saturday go head to head as their clubs contest grand finals in all four grades, culminating with the first grade Shute Shield Grand Final.
TV celebrity X Factor contestant Tee has been chosen to perform at this year’s Fitness First Central Coast Sevens International Rugby Festival on October 27.
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