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June 2016

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. 

The NSW Waratahs are pleased to welcome back powerful international winger, Taqele Naiyaravoro today following the announcement of his re-signing for 2017 and 2018 last month.
Newly re-signed NSW Waratahs winger, Taqele Naiyaravoro together with teammates, Wycliff Palu and Tatafu Polota-Nau have been confirmed in the final makeup of the bench for the Wallabies' third and final Test against England at Allianz Stadium in Sydney tomorrow night (8.05pm AEST kick off). 
He’s been among the Wallabies throughout the June Test series but now Will Skelton has been entrusted by Head Coach Michael to do what he does best, add some extra power and menace to the Men in Gold. 
Will Skelton will make a welcome return this week after been named in the Wallabies starting lineup for the third and final Test against England at Allianz Stadium (Saturday 25 June, 8.05pm AEST kick off).
The Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championships kicks off in Sydney this Friday with two teams from NSW, Sydney and NSW Country, playing for regional pride. The players will also be fighting for a place in the Buildcorp Wallaroos squad for 2016.
The NSW Waratahs are pleased to announce the re-signing of yet another talented young gun, with hooker, Hugh Roach committing to the Club for a further two seasons until the end of 2018.

NSW Waratahs lock, Dean Mumm has once again been named to bolster the Wallabies bench for tonight’s second Test against England, together with his NSW teammate, Tatafu Polota-Nau. 

The NSW Waratahs head back to their Clubs with the Test break taking place across the next few weeks. Get down to your local oval tomorrow for round 14 of Shute Shield rugby to catch some of the Tahs in action.
Qantas Wallabies Head Coach Michael Cheika has confirmed the final make-up of his reserves bench ahead of the second Test against England at AAMI Park in Melbourne tomorrow night (8.05pm AEST kick off).
Recently re-signed NSW Waratahs prop Sekope Kepu has been named in a new-look front row for the Wallabies' second Test against England at AAMI Park in Melbourne (Saturday 18 June, 8.05pm AEST kick off).

The NSW Waratahs have received more welcome re-signing news with 27-year-old prop, Paddy Ryan committing to the Club for a further two years until the end of 2018. 

With the international Test break taking place across the next few weeks, the NSW Waratahs are continuing to remain match fit by returning to Club rugby.

The NSW Waratahs head back to their Club with the international Test break taking place across the next few weeks. Get down to your local oval tomorrow for round 13 of Shute Shield rugby to catch the Tahs in action.
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