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June 2013

Benn Robinson has tonight re-committed his future to NSW, signing a new three-year deal with the HSBC Waratahs and Australian Rugby.

HSBC Waratahs’ scrumhalf Matt Lucas and flyhalf Bernard Foley will represent Australia tomorrow when the World Cup Sevens tournament kicks off in Moscow, Russia.

Wallabies head coach Robbie Deans has announced his 23-man squad to take on the British & Irish Lions at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on Saturday June 29.


With Super Rugby taking a break for DHL Australia 2013 Lions tour, this weekend’s Shute Shield teams will again be laden with HSBC Waratahs, with eight taking part in Sunday’s final Round 12 clash between Eastern Suburbs and Sydney University.

Despite a brace of first-half tries scored by man of the match Israel Folau, the opening Test of the DHL Australia 2013 Lions Tour saw the British & Irish Lions run out eventual 23 - 21 winners over the Wallabies.

Sydney University has cemented second place on the Shute Shield ladder after recording a 41-3 victory over West Harbour today.

In this week’s episode, Dave relives the incredible experience of facing The Lions and looks forward to another historic weekend of rugby action.

Seven days after battling for his state against The British & Irish Lions, Will Skelton will return to club action this Saturday, as Sydney University looks to down the West Harbour Pirates.

HSBC Waratahs’ star Israel Folau will make his Test debut this weekend when the Wallabies take on The British & Irish Lions in Saturday’s opening Test of the DHL Australia 2013 Lions tour at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.

Making the most of a week off after last Saturday’s historic match against The British & Irish Lions, Paddy Ryan headed home to Tamworth, yesterday visiting the Armidale Diocesan rugby trials at Chillingworth Oval.

 Northern Suburbs downed a courageous Parramatta side in the curtain raiser to yesterday's historic match between the HSBC Waratahs and The British & Irish Lions at Allianz Stadium. Spurred on by one of the largest crowds of the Shute Shield season, the Shoremen ran in five tries to two in a scintillating exhibition of attacking rugby.

The British & Irish Lions defeated the HSBC Waratahs 47-17 at Allianz Stadium, tonight after a breathtaking display of world class rugby in front of a capacity crowd of 40,805.

Talent from across the state converged in Collaroy for the 2013 NSW Primary School Sevens on June 14 and 15. Despite the lights, it was the players who lit up Rat Park, vying for the chance to play in the NSW Waratahs v British and Irish Lions’ curtain raiser at Allianz Stadium.

HSBC Waratahs captain Dave Dennis will return from international duty to lead his state into one of the most historic matches in NSW rugby history.

 This Saturday will see Parramatta and Northern Suburbs raise the curtain at Allianz Stadium, as the HSBC Waratahs prepare to take on The British & Irish Lions for the first time in 12 years.

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