With the NSW Waratahs 2016 season wrapping up, we took the chance in the final instalment of this year’s Daikin Cool Down to chat to the Head Coach, Daryl Gibson about what he thought of the performance of the Blues, his feelings on the 2016 season as a whole and what we can look forward to from the Tahs in 2017.
The NSW Waratahs have today confirmed the departure of Jeremy Tilse and Matt Carraro from the Club.
Four changes have been made to the NSW Waratahs starting team for this Friday’s ultimate clash against the Blues in Auckland, in what will be the 1000th NSW game since 1882.
This week we sat down with NSW Waratahs' Assistant (forwards) Coach, Cam Blades to talk about the loss to the Hurricanes, the team's mindset and their focus ahead of this Friday's match against the Blues in Auckland, which doubles as the last game of the regular season and NSW's 1000th game since 1882.
Thanks to the 20,620 fans who came out to support us at Allianz Stadium in our last home game of the regular season. Here's all your snaps from the match - hover over to see the captions.
The NSW Waratahs have gone down to the Hurricanes by 28-17 in an emotional strong-spirited match at Allianz Stadium tonight.
Dean Mumm last night became the third NSW Waratahs player to reach twin centuries this year, with 100 games for NSW and in Super Rugby, together with Rob Horne and Club Captain, Dave Dennis.
The NSW Waratahs team has been named for this Saturday’s blockbuster last home game of the regular season against 2015 Super Rugby finalists, the Hurricanes at Allianz Stadium.
We sat down with NSW Waratahs Assistant (Attacks) Coach, Chris Malone to talk about the team’s recent nine-try bonus point victory over the Sunwolves in their first trip to Japan, plus how the Tahs have come together since the June Test break to prepare for one of the biggest games all season this weekend against the Hurricanes at Allianz Stadium.
The NSW Waratahs team has been announced for their first ever match against the Sunwolves in Tokyo, Japan this Saturday afternoon.
Three NSW teams, the newly-named Sydney Rays, the Western Sydney Rams and the NSW Country Eagles, are set to compete in this year’s Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, with the 28 regular season matches announced today.
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