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November 2017
New South Wales will be well represented at the National Sevens Championships in Bendigo this weekend.  
It has been an exciting last month for girl’s rugby in New South Wales as the Schoolgirls Sevens Competition comes to a close this week.
In under 12 months, Page McGregor has gone from a Commonwealth Youth Games Gold Medal to being on the precipice of making it at the pinnacle of Sevens Rugby having been named in Tim Walsh’s Squad for the first leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Dubai.
The third of the term 4 NSW Sports High Schools Sevens Competition gets cracking this week at Hunter Sports High. 
The storms and the rain just held off in time for what was another awesome day of Shire Sevens rugby at Port Hacking High School last Friday. 
The spotlight will be on Port Hacking High School this week as schoolboys and schoolgirls from the Shire compete in the Shire 7s tournament.
Bruising NSW winger Taqele Naiyaravoro has been named to start for Robbie Deans’ Barbarians side to face Tonga in Ireland for their second match of a UK Tour.
A group of young rugby players have returned home to New South Wales and keen to make their mark.
Wallabies Coach Michael Cheika has named six Tahs in the Wallabies starting fifteen to face Wales at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this Saturday.
The NSW Sports High School sevens returns this Thursday with teams from across the state set to gather at Illawarra’s Darcy Wentworth Park.
Seven NSW Waratahs have been named in the Wallabies’ match-day 23 ahead of Saturday’s clash with Japan this weekend in Yokohama.
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