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February 2014

While the NSW Waratahs gear up for the ‘state of origin’ clash against the Queensland Reds tomorrow at ANZ Stadium, NSW’s emerging side Gen Blue will take on Samoa A in this afternoon’s Pacific Rugby Cup.

Michael Hooper will now lead the NSW Waratahs for the first time this Saturday after the late withdrawal of Dave Dennis.

NSW Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has made just one change to the side that earned a bonus-point win over the Force last Sunday.

 

An Israel Folau hat-trick has inspired the NSW Waratahs to a comprehensive 43-21 victory over the Western Force at Allianz Stadium. In their Asteron Life Super Rugby season opener, the Tahs ran in six tries to two on their way to their biggest ever win against their conference rivals.

NSW’s emerging side Gen Blue has recorded a 23-17 victory against an ACT A side in the side’s inaugural match of the IRB Pacific Nations Cup at Allianz Stadium today. 

Magners Cider is today the official cider of the NSW Waratahs, the oldest rugby state in Australia. 

Bernard Foley has won the initial battle for the number 10 jersey while Kurtley Beale will start at inside centre.

The Waratahs will head into next week’s showdown with the Western Force with two trial wins from three matches after last night defeating the Highlanders in a hard fought 19-16 win at Newcastle’s Hunter Stadium.

Premium Barossa-based wine company Elderton will become Waratahs Rugby’s Official Wine Partner for the 2014 Super Rugby season and beyond.



NSW  Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has named 10 current Wallabies in his starting side to take on the Highlanders at Newcastle’s Hunter Stadium, this Friday night at 7.30pm.

Highlanders’ Head Coach Jamie Josep has named All Blacks Aaron Smith and Ben Smit in his starting XV to face the NSW Waratahs at Hunter Stadium, Newcastle this Friday (14 February, 7.30pm).

The NSW Waratahs have today confirmed the signing of global online trading company CMC Markets.

The NSW Waratahs notched up a 33-12 win at Allianz Stadium to hand the Sir John Kirwan and Sir Graham Henry-coached Auckland Blues their second straight defeat for 2014.


Bernard Foley will start opposite rugby convert Benji Marshall when he makes his Australian rugby debut tomorrow night at Allianz Stadium, kick off 7.40pm.
 

The Auckland Blues have named their starting XV for Friday night’s trial clash against the Waratahs at Allianz Stadium.
 

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