News Archive

May 2013

Michael Cheika has named an unchanged starting XV to face the Stormers at Allianz Stadium this Saturday.


We’re proud to represent NSW.  And to prove it, on Saturday we’ll be celebrating Community Round by wearing a specially commissioned Community Jersey and attempting to raise $50,000 for Sydney and Country Juniors.

In this week's episode, Dave reflects on an eventful two weeks in South Africa and looks forward to maintaining the attacking form that saw the team run in 11 tries against the Kings last Saturday.


The HSBC Waratahs rounded off their two-week trip to South Africa by recording a valuable bonus win over the Kings, running in 11 tries to secure their first win in South Africa in four years.

Surprise guest Robbie Deans was treated to a strong display of Shute Shield rugby today as second-placed Southern Districts overcame table-topping Northern Suburbs at North Sydney Oval.

This weekend sees the launch of a new Sydney Juniors initiative aimed at children with special needs.


NSW Rugby Union is saddened by the news of the passing of Barry “Tizza” Taylor.

Peter Betham will take the place of winger Tom Kingston when the HSBC Waratahs play their first ever match against the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth this weekend.

It will be a clash of the titans this week, as top-of-the-table Northern Suburbs and Southern Districts battle it out for supremacy in Round 5 of the Shute Shield.

In this week's episode, Dave reflects on a hard-fought game against the Bulls and analyses what will be put right ahead of the Kings game in Port Elizabeth.

British and Irish Lions take on Waratahs on Saturday 15th June...

April 2013

Waratahs Rugby Limited today reported a net operating profit for the second year running. 

School children across NSW are being offered an exciting chance to be part of the action when the HSBC Waratahs take on the Stormers from South Africa at Allianz Stadium next month.

A late charge from South African leaders the Blue Bulls has denied the HSBC Waratahs their first win in Pretoria in 11 years.

Northern Suburbs have maintained top spot on the Shute Shield ladder after securing their fourth successive victory, overcoming Gordon at North Sydney Oval. The Shoremen got off to a slow start, allowing the Highlanders to cross the line first and dominate much of the first period, before hitting back with three tries to win by 22-7.
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