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March 2016
The NSW Waratahs have gone down 30 points to 26 against the Highlanders in tonight's round four Super Rugby match at Allianz Stadium in Sydney.

Head Coach, Chris Malone has named his side for this Saturday’s match against the Melbourne Rebels.

This weekend sees the return of NSW’s Premier Rugby competition, the Shute Shield to local rugby fields across Sydney.

Head Coach Daryl Gibson has named his team for this Friday’s round four match against the Highlanders at Allianz Stadium.

Not wanting to let their match fitness wane during bye week, eight Tahs are set to light up the fields in the Shute Shield trials today, including Reece Robinson, Andrew Kellaway, Jake Gordon, Harry Jones, Senio Toleafoa, Tom Robertson, Henry Clunies-Ross and Jim Stewart, ahead of the 2016 competition kick-off next weekend.

It may be a bye week for the Waratahs, but that doesn’t mean they have taken training lightly at all with the team keen to prove themselves come their next game against the Highlanders in front of a home crowd at Allianz Stadium.

Waratahs Rugby and the New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) are pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Hore as the new Chief Executive Officer of both organisations today.

NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach, Cam Blades recently sat down to talk about the Waratahs’ round two match against the Brumbies in Canberra last Saturday.

The NSW Waratahs have gone down by 32 points to 15 in their round two Super Rugby match against the Brumbies tonight in Canberra.

Four NSW Waratahs forwards are set to reach professional milestones when they face the Brumbies in tonight’s local derby clash in Canberra.

Twelve years ago Dean Mumm never imagined he’d play 100 games for the state he grew up in. It’s a milestone any rugby player would be proud of reaching.

The NSW Gen Blue U20s team has been named for their second round Super U20s Championship match against the Brumbies U20s in Canberra this afternoon.  

NSW Waratahs Head Coach, Daryl Gibson has made no changes to his starting side for this Friday’s round two blockbuster against the Brumbies in Canberra.

 

It was his first match in the NSW Waratahs jersey since 2013 and one of his first real opportunities to step up in 2016. Jed Holloway doesn’t waste chances like that.

NSW Waratahs Assistant (specialist attack and kicking) Coach, Chris Malone recently sat down to chat about the Tahs’ Round One victory over the Queensland Reds.

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