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September 2015
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With 46 caps in his five-year career at the NSW Waratahs from 1997-2001, Cam Blades has returned to his roots with his recent appointment as Assistant Coach to Daryl Gibson.
Waratahs Rugby has today confirmed the signing of former All Black Zac Guildford for the 2016 Super Rugby season on a short-term contract.
The Wallabies have run out 47-10 winners over the USA Eagles in an historic Test match at Soldier Field, Chicago as part of their World Cup preparations.
Jack Dempsey was one of just three Tahs to debut in 2015, in front of a home crowd at Allianz Stadium in Round 14 no less, here he reflects on his first season in Moore Park.
The NSW Waratahs have confirmed the re-signing of Assistant Coach Nathan Grey, finalising the coaching structure ahead of the 2016 Super Rugby season.
August 2015
The NSW Waratahs and Australian Rugby Union have today announced the re-signing of Kurtley Beale on a contract that will see him in Australia for a further two years, until the end of 2017.
NSW Waratahs fullback Israel Folau has claimed the 2015 John Eales Medal, winning the award for a second consecutive year, a first in Australian rugby history.
Following a New South Wales Rugby Union Limited Board meeting, a number of structural changes have been announced for the NSW Waratahs Limited organisation.
Footy Colours Day 2015 has officially launched and we’re calling on all Aussies to unite and wear your Waratahs team colours with pride on Footy Colours Day!
The Australian Rugby Union today announced that Waratahs club captain Pat McCutcheon will join the Australian Men's Sevens program for the 2015-16 World Rugby Sevens Series.
Wallabies Head Coach Michael Cheika continues to utilise the depth in his Wallabies squad, making six changes to the starting XV for this Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup decider.
NSW Waratahs Vice-Captain Michael Hooper has set a club record with his third consecutive Matthew Burke Cup win for Players’ Player of the Year in 2015, becoming the first player ever to win the award three times.
July 2015
Wallabies Head Coach Michael Cheika has made three changes to the Wallabies squad that triumphed over Argentina, with Wycliff Palu making his return from injury.
The Australian Rugby Union today announced the clubs many of the Wallabies representatives will be aligned to for the 2015 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship season.
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