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May 2016
The NSW Waratahs have secured a resounding 45-25 victory over the Chiefs in one of their best displays all season tonight at Allianz Stadium.
Ten NSW Waratahs have been named in the 39-man Wallabies training squad announced by Head Coach, Michael Cheika today ahead of the highly-anticipated 2016 England Series which kicks off in Brisbane on Saturday, June 11.

The NSW Waratahs have received a welcome boost with the return of Fijian-born winger, Taqele Naiyaravoro for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach, Cam Blades sat down following the NSW Waratahs' round thirteen match against the Crusaders to talk about the Tahs fighting spirit, what went wrong against the Crusaders, what the boys are working on this week and the upcoming International Test break. 

The NSW Waratahs have made four changes to the starting side for their round 14 match against the Chiefs in what is expected to be a blockbuster battle between the New Zealand and Australian Conference leaders at Allianz Stadium this Friday night. 

Recently sitting down to talk about his decision to join New Zealand ITM Cup side, the Tasman Makos, it seems there’s more to Zac Guildford than meets the eye when it comes to his real passion for rugby and family. 

The NSW Waratahs have put in a courageous display, going down to the Crusaders by 29-10 in trying conditions in Christchurch tonight. 

Get down to your local oval tomorrow for round ten of Shute Shield rugby. You might even see some of the Tahs in action for their Club. 

In 2015, almost 12 months to this day, the Tahs beat them by 32-22 in Sydney. The season before, Bernard “the iceman” Foley slotted a final penalty to steal the Waratahs’ first ever Super Rugby Championship title.

Three changes have been made to the NSW Waratahs team for their round 13 clash against the Crusaders this Friday night in Christchurch.

 

NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach, Chris Malone sat down following the NSW Waratahs' round twelve bonus point victory over the Bulls to talk about the Tahs’ fourth win in a row, how the team is responding to the loss of Kurtley Beale and the method to beat the Crusaders this Friday night in Christchurch.

NSW Waratahs centre, Kurtley Beale has undergone successful surgery this afternoon after injuring his knee during the NSW Waratahs' round 12 match against the Bulls on Saturday night.
If you took a photo during the NSW Waratahs v Bulls match using #GoTahs you could be in our fan photo gallery!

NSW Waratahs Centre, Kurtley Beale has received a better prognosis than expected  after injuring his knee during last night's round 12 Super Rugby match against the Bulls.

The NSW Waratahs have secured a triumphant bonus point 31-8 victory over the Bulls tonight, placing them at the top of the Australian Conference, ahead of the Brumbies and the Rebels.
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