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April 2015
The Australian Rugby Union has officially launched its Anzac weekend, with the unveiling of a new Rugby exhibition at The Rugby Club in Sydney this week.
On the back of their impressive win in New Zealand last weekend, the NSW Waratahs will host the Rebels at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night with a few changes to their starting side.

Head Coach Michael Cheika has made a number of changes to this week's team to take on the Melbourne Rebels at ANZ Stadium on ANZAC Day.

Another piece to the puzzle has been put together after Waratahs club captain, Dave Dennis, re-signed with the defending champions until the end of 2017.

All the key stats and information you need to know ahead of our match against the Melbourne Rebels on Saturday night at ANZ Stadium.

The Australian Rugby Union has announced changes to its Player Contracting Policy by allowing an elite group of overseas-based players to be eligible for Qantas Wallabies selection.
The NSW Waratahs and Australian Rugby Union can confirm the re-signing of lock Dave Dennis until the end of 2017.
It’s been a rollercoaster first half of the season, but when it has mattered, last year’s champions, the Waratahs, have delivered in 2015.

The Waratahs are delighted to announce that Stuart Rutherford has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer, effective immediately.

The NSW Waratahs have earned a bonus point victory in a tough encounter against the Hurricanes in Wellington on Saturday afternoon, winning 29-24.

With two signing announcements this week, it has been a positive send-off for the team as they head to New Zealand to take on the table-topping Hurricanes.

All the key stats and facts you need to know ahead of the Waratahs' Round 10 Super Rugby match against the Hurricanes in Wellington on Saturday.
Michael Cheika has shaken up his run-on side as the Waratahs look to make amends for last weekend’s loss when they meet the undefeated Hurricanes.
NSW Waratahs have today announced the signing of championship-winning flyhalf Bernard Foley on a flexible three-year contract extension with the Australian Rugby Union.
The Weary Dunlop Shield is contested between the NSW Waratahs and Melbourne Rebels and is awarded to the victor of each contest between the two teams.
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