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July 2017
NSW halfback Nick Phipps will host the final round of the Waratahs Club Blitz this Wednesday night at the North Rocks Junior Rugby Club at Kingsdene Oval, Carlingford.
The Western Force have come home strong in the final match of 2017 to defeat the NSW Waratahs 40-11 in Perth.
NSW Rugby Development Officers and a handful of NSW Waratahs turned out at Seven Hills’ Grantham Reserve all day yesterday for over 300 boys and girls at the Macquarie Bank Clinic.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson has made one change to the starting line-up for the match against the Western Force this Saturday in Perth.
Following the final home game of the season against Argentinian side the Jaguares, we caught up with Assistant Coach Chris Malone for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.
Argentinian side the Jaguares have come away with the win in the NSW Waratahs’ last home game of 2017.

Should Ryan McCauley make it onto the field in the NSW Waratahs vs Jaguares match on Saturday night, he will be the 1645th player to wear the sky blue jersey of the state.

The NSW Waratahs have made two selection and one positional change to the starting team for the match against the Jaguares this Saturday at Allianz Stadium, in Sydney.
The NSW Waratahs have announced that current ACT Brumby lock Tom Staniforth will join the Sydney based Super Rugby side in 2018 on a three year deal.
The NSW Waratahs have announced that half back Jake Gordon will be in the sky blue jersey for at least another two years after agreeing today to a new deal with the Super Rugby side.
June 2017
The NSW Waratahs have announced that Australian Under 20’s, Sydney Rays and Northern Suburbs coach Simon Cron will join the team as an assistant coach at the conclusion of this year’s Shute Shield competition.
NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach Nathan Grey will leave his current position to take up a full time coaching role with the Wallabies, at the conclusion of the 2017 Super Rugby season.

The NSW Waratahs have today announced changes to the coaching structure.

Shute Shield clubs will receive an injection of NSW Waratah players ahead of round 12 of the Sydney competition. At the same time that several of their New South Wales team mates pull on the Wallaby gold, the remaining available Waratahs will take to club land. 

The NSW Waratahs took Super Rugby to the south west of Sydney on Wednesday afternoon with another school visit, to St. Gregory’s College at Campbelltown.
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