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May 2017
The NSW Waratahs went down swinging to a resurgent Highlanders side in round 14 of the Vodafone Super Rugby, 44-28.
While the NSW Waratahs have shipped off across the Tasman for their two-game tour of New Zealand, Andrew Kellaway and Jack Dempsey will go head-to-head against each other in club land this afternoon.

The New South Wales Rugby Union is mourning the loss of former Waratah and Wallaby backrower Denis O’Callaghan, who passed away earlier this week.

NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson has named the same team to take the field against the Highlanders this Saturday, in the first game of their two match tour of New Zealand.
NSW Waratah and Wallaby lock Dean Mumm has today announced that he will retire from rugby at the end of the 2017 season.
Students at the Trinity Grammar school in Sydney’s inner west enjoyed watching the Waratahs first full training session since their 50-23 win over the Melbourne Rebels last Sunday afternoon at Allianz Stadium.

After Sunday afternoon's 50-23 victory over the Melbourne Rebels at Allianz Stadium, we sat down with Assistant coach Nathan Grey to get his insights in this week's instalment of the Daikin Cooldown.

The NSW Waratahs showed plenty of confidence in their performance tonight against Melbourne outfit, the Rebels in their 50-23 victory at Allianz Stadium in round 13.

Ahead of tomorrow afternoon’s Weary Dunlop clash against Melbourne outfit the Rebels, NSW Waratahs Captain Michael Hooper knows what his side needs to do after the first whistle blows at Allianz Stadium.
At over two metres tall, towering lock Will Skelton is ready to stand up and answer the call of his NSW teammates to tackle the Rebels ahead of Sunday afternoon’s Weary Dunlop Shield defence.

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has made four changes to the starting line-up to the team that will take on the Melbourne Rebels in Round 13 of the Super Rugby series at Allianz Stadium this Sunday.

The NSW Waratahs were hosted by St Joseph’s College yesterday afternoon ahead of this Sunday afternoon’s clash against the Melbourne Rebels for retention of the Weary Dunlop Shield.
With the team back from their bye week, NSW Waratahs back Andrew Kellaway is excited to be back into the fold ahead of Sunday afternoon’s clash against the Melbourne Rebels.
The Junior Club Blitz goes into full swing this fortnight, and will see all players from the NSW Waratahs squad paying 33 junior clubs across Sydney a special visit to one of their training sessions.
With the NSW Waratahs facing a bye this coming weekend, excitement is starting to build as players return back to their club roots - creating some thrilling match-ups in this weekend’s Shute Shield draw. Not able to get to a TV? Download the Fusesport app from the App Store to follow your team's progress with live updates - available on iPhone and Android.
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