The highly anticipated Shute Shield Grand Final between reigning Premiers Northern Suburbs and Warringah will take place this Saturday at North Sydney Oval.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made three changes to his starting line-up that features five NSW Waratahs ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup Test in Dunedin this Saturday night.
Wallaroos Head Coach Paul Verrell has named seven NSW women in his side to face Ireland in Belfast for their fifth-place semi-final.
Northern Suburbs will be out to defend their 2016 premiership title while the Warringah Rats will be determined to secure their first victory since 2005 in Saturday’s Shute Shield Grand Final to be played at North Sydney Oval.
The Shute Shield grand finalists for 2017 have been decided after a big weekend of semi-finals footy, with 2016 victors Norths set to play Warringah next weekend.
Junior teams from the Central Coast, Illawarra and Western Sydney regions will compete in a tournament at Cathy Freeman Park, in the Olympic precinct prior to Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup opener.
The two teams who will play in the Shute Shield Grand Final will be decided this weekend as the four best teams in premiership rugby contest the Semi Finals.
Coach Michael Cheika has selected eight NSW Waratahs in the Wallabies 23-man squad to face the All Blacks this Saturday night in the Bledisloe Cup opener at ANZ Stadium.
Wallaroos Head Coach Paul Verrell has made four changes to his starting line-up ahead of the final 2017 Rugby World Cup pool clash against Japan this Friday morning.
Several NSW Waratahs were out and about on Tuesday afternoon lending a helping hand to coaches and students of Asquith Boys High School and Kellyville’s William Clark College.
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