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June 2017

Shute Shield clubs will receive an injection of NSW Waratah players ahead of round 12 of the Sydney competition. At the same time that several of their New South Wales team mates pull on the Wallaby gold, the remaining available Waratahs will take to club land. 

The NSW Waratahs took Super Rugby to the south west of Sydney on Wednesday afternoon with another school visit, to St. Gregory’s College at Campbelltown.
The NSW Waratahs return to training next week holding a full session at St Gregory’s College, Campbelltown on Wednesday as part of their skills and rugby development in schools program.
The NSW Waratahs have announced they will wear a special, custom-designed jersey for their final home game against the Jaguares on July 8 to recognise the connection of many of the players to their Pacific Island heritage.
Halfback Matt Lucas will captain the NSW Waratahs in their match against the Japanese Top League national champions Suntory Sungoliath this Sunday at Prince Chichibu Rugby Stadium, Tokyo.

We caught up with Assistant Coach Cam Blades following the team's round 15 clash against the Chiefs for this week's instalment of the Daikin Cooldown.

The NSW Waratahs leave on a one week, one match tour of Japan Monday night, with the week-long visit leading to a match against the national champions Suntory Sungoliath on Sunday.

The Tahs have returned from their two week endeavour across the Tasman, which saw them take on the Highlanders and the Chiefs prior to the June International Test window.
The NSW Waratahs were overcome by Waikato side the Chiefs in Hamilton, with ten tries scored amongst the two sides.

NSW Waratahs Captain Michael Hooper looks forward to the task ahead that is the Chiefs at FMG Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

The right mind-set is what sets apart a winning team and a losing one according to star playmaker Bernard Foley.
NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has made one change to the starting team and two changes to the reserves bench for the match against the Chiefs this Saturday in Hamilton, New Zealand.
May 2017

Last night’s Wallabies squad announcement revealed two bolters from the NSW Waratahs in young Jack Dempsey and Ned Hanigan

Following the team’s round 14 defeat to the Highlanders, we caught up with Assistant Coach Chris Malone for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.
Rookie halfback Jake Gordon has continued to impress NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson after his two-try effort on Saturday night.
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