News Archive

March 2013

Gordon Rugby players will now have the opportunity to gain educational scholarships with the University of Technology Sydney, thanks to a ground-breaking two-year sponsorship agreement between Gordon and the UTS for the 2013/14 seasons. 

Wycliff Palu and Tatafu Polota Nau joined thousands of Islanders and Maori at Holroyd Oval in Parramatta on Saturday, taking part in the Taki Toa Festival, a celebration of the Pacific Island and Maori cultures. 

The Sydney University “Students” have kicked off their 2013 campaign in impressive fashion, taking out their third Australian Club Championship with a comprehensive 43 to 7 victory over the University of Queensland (UQ).

 A penalty goal after the full time siren from man-of-the-match Bernard Foley saw the HSBC Waratahs clinch a thrilling 30-27 win over the Auckland Blues in front of a family-filled Allianz Stadium crowd this afternoon.

Australia’s premier club rugby competition, the Shute Shield, returns to TV screens across NSW and the ACT next month with the ABC to broadcast the match of the round live every week at 3pm on ABC1.

Adam Ashley-Cooper has confirmed he will remain in New South Wales next season, re-signing with the HSBC Waratahs for a further two seasons

The Sydney University Football Club and the University of Queensland Rugby Club will renew an old rivalry when they meet for Australian Club Championship bragging rights at Allianz Stadium this Sunday, March 24.

Sydney University and National Academy lock Will Skelton has joined the HSBC Waratahs.

In this episode, Dave shares his excitement ahead of the return of afternoon rugby and congratulates two team mates on their new arrivals.

 Wallaby prop Sekope Kepu will stay with the HSBC Waratahs for two more years, it was announced today.

This Sunday (March 24) sees the return of traditional afternoon rugby to Sydney when the HSBC Waratahs take on the Blues at Allianz Stadium (4.05pm).

Tom Carter and Tatafu Polota-Nau put rugby aside yesterday, spending their day off at Knox Prep to support the school’s fundraising efforts for the Leukaemia Foundation.

Wallabies halfback Nick Phipps will join the HSBC Waratahs next season.

The 24-year-old Sydney-born scrumhalf has signed a new deal that will see him return to his home state in 2014 and pull on the sky blue jersey for the next two seasons.

After turning in a much improved first half performance, the HSBC Waratahs were forced to settle for a single point after recording a disappointing one-point loss to a resurgent Cheetahs side. 

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