The NSW Waratahs are pleased to announce the signing of 13-capped Super Rugby lock, David McDuling for the 2017 season.
NSW Waratahs Captain, Michael Hooper has added yet another piece of silverware to his trophy cabinet after being awarded the People’s Choice Wallaby of the Year award at today’s annual Volvo-RUPA Awards Lunch.
Eight NSW Waratahs players have been named in the Wallabies 23 for their final clash of the year against England at Twickenham Stadium in London on Sunday morning (1.30am AEDT kick-off).
When the Tahs hit the paddock for their first game time in 2017, it will be in the small Central West NSW town of Mudgee against their local rivals, the Brumbies.
The NSW Waratahs are set to face former Wallabies coach Robbie Deans’ Panasonic Wild Knights in their opening match of February’s Brisbane Global Rugby Tens at Suncorp Stadium.
Another two NSW Waratahs players are up for major awards at this year’s Volvo-RUPA Awards Lunch on Wednesday 7th December.
Wallabies Head Coach, Michael Cheika has brought back the big guns, naming seven NSW Waratahs in the side for the clash against Ireland at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday morning (4.30am AEDT kick-off).
Six NSW Waratahs have been named by coach, Scott Wisemantel in the side to face the French Barbarians at Stade Chaban-Delmas in Bordeaux on Friday morning (6.45am AEDT).
The NSW Waratahs are pleased to confirm their 35-man squad for the 2017 Super Rugby season as players officially return to pre-season training this week.
Seven NSW players have been named by Michael Cheika in the Wallaby XV team to face the French Barbarians in Bordeaux on Thursday 24 November.