Penrith captain Kerren Straker is one of 13 club players named by Michael Cheika to tour Argentina later this month as part of his New South Wales Barbarians side
Michael Cheika today announced that he will be sending a NSW Barbarians squad to Argentina to take on the Pumas in a two-match series as part of Argentina’s preparations for The Rugby Championship.
The West Harbour pirates will head to Concord Oval in search of treasure this weekend, when they take on competition leaders Eastwood in Round 14 of the Shute Shield.
Randwick yesterday surprised Eastern Suburbs, building up an unassailable first-half lead to secure a 22-13 victory over their higher-placed rivals.
A disallowed try in the closing stages has prevented the HSBC Waratahs from ending a season of promise on a high. Despite outscoring the Reds by two tries to one, the home side was unable to capitalise on a number of late chances that would have seen them reclaim the Templeton Cup for the first time since 2011.
The Warringah Rats will this week look to pull off a second win against the defending champions when they host Sydney University in the ABC TV match of the round (3pm).
Berrick Barnes will pull on the light blue jumper for the last time on Saturday, as he returns to the starting lineup for the HSBC Waratahs’ Super Rugby season showdown against the Reds at ANZ Stadium.
In this week’s episode, Dave looks forward to showing fans how far their team has come when they take on the Reds in the last game of the season and offers his thanks for their incredible support so far this season.
This year’s annual fixture between two of Sydney’s great rugby nurseries, Newington College and Trinity Grammar, will be played as a curtain raiser to the HSBC Waratahs’ final Super Rugby match against the Queensland Reds at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Saturday, July 13
HSBC Waratahs players have this month clocked up over 3,500km, travelling across NSW to support the 2013 Camp Waratah regional clinics.
Sydney University has continued its 150th anniversary celebrations with a solid win over a World University Barbarians, played on the big stage at ANZ Stadium.
New South Wales first XV took victory over the state's second team in the weekend's Australian Schools Championship, held at Riverview
In front of a new ground record crowd of 83,702, the British & Irish Lions have defeated the Qantas Wallabies 41-16 in the deciding third Test of the DHL Australia 2013 Lions Tour at ANZ Stadium in Sydney tonight.
A last-minute try from the Manly Marlins was enough to secure a draw with top-placed Eastwood a sunny TG Millner Field yesterday.
When the Wallabies and The British & Irish Lions contest the third and final Test in Sydney on Saturday, the Tom Richards Cup won’t be the only prize up for grabs.