The NSW Waratahs will run out with a similar team that defeated the Stormers 32-20 last weekend in South Africa for this Saturday's round 11 match against the Cheetahs at Allianz Stadium.
NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach, Cam Blades sat down following the NSW Waratahs' round ten win over the Stormers to talk about what he thought of the performance in South Africa, the importance of combinations and what they’re working in on preparation for the Cheetahs this Saturday night at Allianz Stadium.
This week sees a a few NSW Waratahs players, past and present going head-to-head. Get down to your local oval tomorrow for round seven of Shute Shield rugby to see some of the Tahs in action for their Club.
Recently returning from a hand injury that forced him to watch from the sidelines since round two, Rob Horne is back with a vengeance.
Head Coach, Daryl Gibson has opted for a similar line-up to the team who defeated the Western Force for this weekend’s round 10 match against the Stormers in South Africa.
It’s a huge year for Waratahs Club Captain, Dave Dennis. The highly revered back rower has spent a decade representing his home state of NSW, having never deflected to another side.
The Tahs head away on tour with an impressive player milestone and the return of key players this weekend as they get set to take on the Western Force and Stormers in Perth and South Africa respectively.
The NSW Waratahs have received a welcome boost with three of their home-grown talents, Jed Holloway, Andrew Kellaway and Matt Sandell, re-committing to the Club this week.
Rob Horne and Tatafu Polota-Nau have both returned in time for the NSW Waratahs’ round nine Super Rugby match against the Western Force in Perth this Saturday.
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