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May 2017

This Saturday as a part of the bye week, the NSW Waratahs are set to head down south to the Sutherland Shire to the home of the Bulldogs, Sylvania Junior Rugby Club.

Following the Round Eleven defeat to our counterparts from Auckland, we sat down with Assistant Coach Cam Blades in this week's edition of the Daikin Cooldown.

The NSW Waratahs have fallen short in round eleven of the Vodafone Super Rugby against a relentless Auckland outfit, coming away with a bonus point.
Ahead of tomorrow night’s clash with the Auckland-based side the Blues, NSW Waratahs Captain Michael Hooper has assured his side is ready to turn up tomorrow night after last week’s thrilling victory over the Reds.
In the wake of Rugby 7s’ feat at the Rio Summer Olympics in 2016, a new collegian Women’s 7s tournament dubbed the Aon Uni 7s Series has been birthed, with eight university teams in contention for premiership success across four tournaments.

The NSW Waratahs return to Allianz Stadium this Saturday night to take on the Auckland Blues in round eleven of the Vodafone Super Rugby. Coming off the back of a hard fought win in Brisbane against the Queensland Reds, the NSW Waratahs look to carry the momentum through when they take on the Kiwis.

As part of the NSW Waratahs initiative to connect with schools, Tuesday saw the Tahs come to Barker College as a follow on from their Endeavour College venture.
After the dust settled at Suncorp Stadium last Saturday night, one young NSW Waratahs fan received the birthday present of a lifetime.
In the wake of the successful Templeton Cup defence against our oldest rivals in the game, the Queensland Reds, we sat down with NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach Chris Malone to talk business.
The Australian and New South Wales Rugby community is mourning the loss off former Wallabies and New South Wales flanker, Terence Reid, who passed away over the weekend, aged 82.
There was a changing of the guard at the NSW Country Rugby Union Championships, with Newcastle Hunter (Caldwell Cup), Central Coast (Rowlands Colts Cup), Mid North Coast (Richardson Shield), Far North Coast (Colts Shield) and Central West (Women’s Seven’s) taking home the silverware. 
April 2017
NSW Waratahs have retained the Templeton Cup after defeating the Queensland Reds 29-26. Super Rugby game #2000 saw the New South Welshman fight hard to come from behind and secure a tough win at Suncorp Stadium.

Saturday night, Suncorp Stadium – another showdown for one of the greatest rivalries in Australian sport: New South Wales versus Queensland. For NSW, Queensland is our oldest competitor with our first ‘inter-colonial’ match taking place in 1882 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

The NSW Waratahs will travel to Japan in June 2017 where they will take on top Japanese side, Suntory, at Prince Chichibu Stadium as part of a development tour. Suntory Sungoliath are the current Top League 2017 Champions and will host the NSW Waratahs as part of the Chichibu Minato Minato Rugby Festival 2017.

Included in the mix are six NSW Gen Blue players; four of those have made the starting line-up including prop Harry Chapman and lock Ryan McCauley, who are returning for their second year of national duties
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