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March 2015
They jumped out of the starting blocks and finished with a stride in their steps, but putting it all together over 80 minutes is what the Waratahs are focusing on moving forward.
The NSW Waratahs have been defeated by the Highlanders 26-19 in Dunedin, New Zealand on Saturday night in Round 5 of the 2015 Super Rugby tournament.

With both teams level with each other on the competition standings on nine points, the match takes on extra significance knowing that a win to either side will consolidate themselves in the top six.

The NSW Waratahs will this afternoon fly to New Zealand in preparation for their Saturday evening clash with the Highlanders at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin.
Last weekend’s positive result against provincial rivals, the Reds, saw the Waratahs leap back into the top six of the Super Rugby standings.
Head Coach Michael Cheika has named an unchanged starting side from the previous round of the Super Rugby tournament that saw the NSW Waratahs beat the Queensland Reds by 18 points in Brisbane.
The NSW Waratahs have defeated arch rivals the Queensland Reds 23-5 in Brisbane on Saturday night after a grinding, physical encounter.
Saturday night’s Super Rugby contest between the NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds will feature a key match up between Nick Phipps and Will Genia, 
The NSW Waratahs will this afternoon fly to a hot and humid Brisbane in preparation for Saturday night’s Super Rugby derby against the Queensland Reds.

When Benn Robinson takes on the Reds in Round 4, he will break Phil Waugh's record to become the most capped NSW player.

The NSW Waratahs team to play against the Queensland Reds in Round 4 of the 2015 Super Rugby tournament has been named. 

The NSW Waratahs are preparing for a hungry and improved Reds outfit ahead of their match at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.
New South Wales has claimed a double triumph after its Boys and Girls teams took out the Cup Finals at the National Youth Sevens Championships.
February 2015
A Pampas XV that was brimming with Pumas took on the NSW Waratahs’ Gen Blue side at TG Millner Field on Friday, and put on a great display on their final day of their tour to Australia.
After a physically draining opening to the Super Rugby competition, the NSW Waratahs, will have the first of two bye-rounds in Round 3.
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