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April 2013

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.

HSBC Waratahs Head Coach Michael Cheika has backed his Dave Dennis-led team to deliver a first victory over the Bulls in Pretoria in 11 years this weekend.

HSBC Waratahs coach Michael Cheika expects to have Wallaby stars Berrick Barnes and Drew Mitchell available for the team’s next home game against the Stormers at Allianz Stadium on Saturday May 11.

Tom Kingston will start for the HSBC Waratahs against the Bulls in Pretoria this weekend, as he wears the No. 11 jersey in place of the injured Drew Mitchell.

In this episode, Dave shares the team’s satisfaction at the Chiefs win and reports back from the team’s preparations for the Bulls game.

Young supporters everywhere will get a chance to meet their NSW rugby heroes next month with the HSBC Waratahs running a series of free rugby clinics across Sydney as well as an open training session in Western Sydney.

The rugby community will commemorate ANZAC Day tomorrow, with a blockbuster Shute Shield clash between Randwick and Eastern Suburbs.

New South Wales Rugby Union held its Annual General Meeting in Sydney last night with President Tim Gavin and Chairman Nick Farr-Jones reporting on a successful year for community rugby throughout the state.


Braving the heavy rain and strong winds sweeping across Sydney, Southern Districts maintained a clean sheet, moving up to second position on the Shute Shield ladder after upsetting Warringah at home and recording a 14-13 win.

Two first half tries and a last-minute effort have lifted the HSBC Waratahs to an inspiring 25-20 home victory over Super Rugby’s defending champions.

Michael Cheika has backed Northern Suburbs winger Cam Crawford to make his HSBC Waratahs debut against Super Rugby’s defending champions the Chiefs in Sydney on Friday night.

The 2013 Laffo’s Long Lunch will take place at Tattersall’s Club on June 13. This year’s event is also the Official Reunion of the 1989 NSW squad that played the Lions and is open to NSW Waratahs supporters.

After disappointing losses in round two, Sydney University and Eastern Suburbs will be hungry for a win this Saturday, as they look to mend their positions on the 2013 Shute Shield Ladder. 

In this episode, Dave previews the team’s massive home clash with the Chiefs and what it will take to secure some valuable competition points to take on the road to Africa.

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