On the first day of the qualifying finals, Randwick has surprised West Harbour, crashing through to a 37-24 victory to progress to the semi-finals.
Kurtley Beale will be back in NSW colours next season after today announcing a new one-year contract with Waratahs Rugby.
West Harbour coach Matt Briggs believes the result of this week’s crucial clash with Randwick will be determined by the performance of his front row.
Super Rugby’s Player of the Year Michael Hooper has re-committed his future to NSW, today signing a new agreement that will keep him in Australian Rugby and with the NSW Waratahs until at least the end of 2016.
Randwick has secured the last remaining finals spot, going through on points-difference despite a 78-0 defeat to Sydney University.
Running rugby was the order of the day for the teams involved in the Sydney South/East/ Inner West Primary School Sevens Finals.
The Qantas Wallabies have named four NSW players in their 23-man Test squad for Saturday night’s opening Bledisloe Cup and Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship clash against New Zealand at ANZ Stadium.
A photo capturing the vivid determination of junior rugby across NSW and Australia has won this year’s Samsung Snapshot Photographic competition.
Nathan Grey will return to NSW to join the Waratahs’ coaching team for the 2014 Super Rugby season.
Randwick will this weekend take on reigning Premiers Sydney University knowing that 80 minutes of rugby will make or break their finals campaign.
Sydney University Rugby Club will celebrate 150 years of Australian rugby with a historic re-enactment at Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup match.
Wins for the top four placed sides have this weekend assured that Eastwood, Sydney University, Southern Districts and Manly will qualify on top of the table when the finals series gets underway in just two weeks’ time.
The Pumas have recorded a second victory against the touring NSW Barbarians today, outdoing their opponents by 53-12 in chilly conditions in Salta.
The first ‘Girls Only’ Under 16s secondary school rugby event was held at Xavier Catholic College, Skennar’s Head on Friday August 9.
Pat McCutcheon will finally lead NSW this weekend when the NSW Barbarians take on the Puma in the final leg of their two-match tour.
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