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August 2016

The NSW Waratahs are pleased to announce the signing of powerful locks, Dean Mumm and Leon Power.

It definitely wasn’t the way the Wallabies wanted it to play out. Bernard Foley has seen it all before. The iceman has scaled the peaks of glory just as he has stared in the face of some of the toughest precipices. 

The Tahs' coaching staff have been building their shadow squad contingent with this year’s Shute Shield standouts Irae Simone, Harry Jones and Andrew Deegan all committing to the NSW Waratahs squad. 
Qantas Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has once again named eight NSW Waratahs in the team for the second Bledisloe Cup Test against New Zealand at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday night (5:35pm AEST kick off).

Andrew Kellaway, Tom Robertson and Jack Dempsey have been announced as the nominees for this year’s Chris Whitaker Aspiring Waratah Award. 

Now that the Super Rugby season is over, NSW Waratahs Head Coach, Daryl Gibson is focusing his coaching efforts on finding opposition to take on his U10s and U12s girls 7s teams.

The Wallabies’ contest for the Bledisloe Cup is a lot like NSW Waratahs Captain, Michael Hooper’s’ style of play – no matter how many times you get knocked down, get right back up again and keep striving. 

A talented squad of 37 players has been picked to lead the NSW Country Eagles towards NRC glory for the 2016 season. 

Eight NSW Waratahs have been named in the Wallabies 23, complementing an experienced line-up for the Bledisloe opener against New Zealand at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night (8:05pm AEST kick-off).

The NSW Waratahs have received a timely boost with the announcement that Australian Men’s Olympic Sevens representative, Cameron Clark has signed with the team until the end of 2018.

Nick Phipps, Jed Holloway, Dave Dennis and Jeremy Tilse have been announced as this year’s nominees for the prestigious Waratah Medal.

THREE members of the Australian Men’s Sevens side that competed at the Rio Olympics have been named in the Macquarie Uni Sydney Rays squad announced today for the 2016 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship season.

The countdown is on to this year’s NSW Waratahs’ Annual Gala Awards with less than a month to go to the event on September 2 in Sydney. The Tahs’ night of nights is an opportunity to recognise the NSW Waratahs’ best, both on and off the field, across the season. 

MATT LUCAS, the widely experienced and livewire NSW Waratahs and Manly Marlins scrumhalf, will lead the Macquarie University Sydney Rays in their Buildcorp National Rugby Championship campaign in 2016.

The NSW Waratahs are pleased to announce the signing of former international Sevens and Brumbies representative, Michael Wells for two seasons.

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