Former NSW Waratah and ACT Brumbies player Craig Wells has coached the Illawarra Sports High School girls’ union and league teams to an unbeaten 2013.
Michael Hooper has been named as the HSBC Waratahs Players’ Player of the Year for 2013, with Israel Folau picking up Best Back and Benn Robinson named Best Forward.
Qantas Wallabies and HSBC Waratahs’ prop Sekope Kepu is set to return for the Galloping Greens in a bid to secure a spot in the Shute Shield preliminary finals.
Israel Folau today re-affirmed his commitment to the NSW Waratahs, signing a two-year deal with Waratahs Rugby and Australian Rugby Union that will keep him in rugby and at NSW until at least the end of 2015.
A grand-final replay in the Waratah Shield will be one of many great showdowns taking place at Forshaw Rugby Park today, as NSW Combined High Schools and NSW Schools hold their finals days.
The state’s best juniors were on display in Lugarno last Friday, as CIS took out the NSW Primary Schools Sports Association Carnival.
The Sydney Women’s Rugby Union Grand Final will be contested this Saturday, August 31, at Pittwater Rugby Park.
Tickets for the 2013 NSW Junior Rugby Fundraising Raffle are now on sale.
The Mosman Over 45s claimed their second consecutive World Masters title in Turino earlier this month.
Sydney University has joined Eastwood in the preliminary finals after a Bernard Foley drop goal in the dying seconds snatched victory from the jaws of the Manly Marlins.
On the first day of the qualifying finals, Randwick has surprised West Harbour, crashing through to a 37-24 victory to progress to the semi-finals.
Kurtley Beale will be back in NSW colours next season after today announcing a new one-year contract with Waratahs Rugby.
West Harbour coach Matt Briggs believes the result of this week’s crucial clash with Randwick will be determined by the performance of his front row.
Super Rugby’s Player of the Year Michael Hooper has re-committed his future to NSW, today signing a new agreement that will keep him in Australian Rugby and with the NSW Waratahs until at least the end of 2016.
Randwick has secured the last remaining finals spot, going through on points-difference despite a 78-0 defeat to Sydney University.
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