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July 2014

The Tahs have stormed the second half to run away with a record win over the Queensland Reds.

As the Rats prepare to take on local rivals Manly, skipper Luke Holmes has stoked the rivalry, claiming the lion’s share of Northern Beaches’ support will be behind Warringah.

Israel Folau has been ruled out of Saturday’s showdown with the Reds with a corked thigh.

Tickets to the Tahs Semi-Final on Saturday July 26 go on public sale at 9am on Wednesday July 16 from

The Department of Justice and the NSW Waratahs yesterday teamed up to help Pacific Islander young offenders get back on track through community engagement and education

The NSW Waratahs have demolished the Otago Highlanders, running in six tries to one on their way to a huge home win at Allianz Stadium.

A hat-trick to outside centre Jay Claydon has helped the Sydney Convicts to a comprehensive 30-12 victory over Macquarie University in an historic Subbies Rugby showdown. 

Eastwood has claimed a big scalp with a 38-22 win over arch enemy Sydney University.

Michael Cheika has confirmed his eight-man bench for Sunday’s Round 18 Asteron Life Super Rugby clash with the Highlanders.

The Sydney Convicts, Australia’s first gay rugby union team, will make history this Sunday when they become the world’s first gay rugby team to play as part of a professional sporting event.

Sydney University coach Chris Malone has labelled this weekend’s clash against Eastwood as “the biggest game of the season to date.”

June 2014

Sydney University has notched up its 10th win of the season with an emphatic win over West Harbour in yesterday’s Magners Shute Shield

The NSW Waratahs have scored an emphatic 39-8 bonus-point win over the ACT Brumbies at ANZ Stadium

Former NSW Waratah Charlie Onus (62) has passed away in a crash on his farm in Coolac, between Canberra and Gundagai, earlier this week.

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