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October 2012

Introducing the latest additions to the HSBC Waratahs squad...

HSBC Waratahs duo Adam Ashley-Cooper and Wycliff Palu will make their return to the Wallabies in Saturday night’s Castrol EDGE Bledisloe Cup Test against the All Blacks.

Talented youngsters Matt Lucas, Sam Lane, Jed Holloway and Luke Holmes have joined the HSBC Waratahs for next season. 

September 2012

HSBC Waratahs scrum half Brendan McKibbin was the star attraction at Bondi recently, joining over 160 Bondi Breakers youngsters and their families at the end of season bash, joining in a game of touch and presenting the Golden Boot trophies to the best and fairest player in each team.

The state’s up and coming rugby stars have proved themselves the best in Australia, taking victory at the Primary Schools Sports Association National Championships in Melbourne at the weekend.

A trial match between the HSBC Waratahs and the Crusaders at Allianz Stadium will give NSW fans the first glimpse of a new-look HSBC Waratahs outfit, under head coach Michael Cheika.

Three schools from Sydney’s West have successfully qualified for the 2012 National Schools Rugby Sevens Tournament on the Gold Coast next month after topping the NSW State Secondary Schools Rugby Sevens finals held in Penrith last week.

HSBC Waratahs prop Paddy Ryan is one of only two uncapped players to be included in the Qantas Wallabies squad for the two-game tour of South Africa and Argentina in The Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship.

Michael Cheika has today been appointed Head Coach of the HSBC Waratahs.

Sydney University's Shute Shield Grand Final-winning lock Ollie Atkins has been added to the HSBC Waratahs squad for next season.

Sydney University have taken out the 2012 Shute Shield title after defeating Southern Districts in a 15-14 thriller at Concord Oval. Despite trailing by 11 points early in the second half, the Students ran in two late tries to close out the match by a single point.

Warringah captain Hamish Angus has been voted Shute Shield player of the year for the 2012 season, with Southern Districts’ lock Jed Holloway taking out the Shute Shield Rookie of the Year award and his club coach, Cameron Blades, receiving the David Brockhoff Medal for Coach of the Year.

Tim Davidson will lead Sydney University into the Shute Shield Grand Final for an impressive eighth successful year when they take on Southern Districts on Saturday. The 28-year-old No.8 captained the first grade side to four premiership titles from 2005 to 2007, with last year's extra-time loss at the hands of Eastwood the only title to elude him. 

HSBC Waratahs lock Kane Douglas will make his international debut this Saturday when the Wallabies take on Argentina.

Sydney’s talented young club rugby players have everything to play for this month as the HSBC Waratahs coaching team bid to fill the two remaining places in the 2013 squad. 

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