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May 2015
NSW Waratahs coach has named the side to take on the Sharks this weekend at Allianz Stadium on Saturday night, with Stephen Hoiles stepping in to replace the injured Jacques Potgieter.
Benn Robinson expects an aggressive attacking game from the South African forwards when the Sharks take on the Tahs at Allianz Stadium on Saturday night.
All the statistics and key information you need to know ahead of the Waratahs v Sharks match on Saturday 16 May at Allianz Stadium at 7:30pm.

In the wake of the Waratahs seven point loss in Perth to the Western Force over the weekend, NSW prop Paddy Ryan said that the team has taken ownership for their poor showing.

Australian U20’s Head Coach Adrian Thompson has today announced his squad for next month’s World Rugby U20 Championship in Italy.
Taqele Naiyaravoro has drawn comparisons with New Zealand great Jonah Lomu after his surging run to power over the Force’s line over the weekend.
The NSW Waratahs will this week join forces with 2015 Charity Partner Cure Brain Cancer on match day when the Tahs take on the Sharks at Allianz Stadium this Saturday 16 May, 7:30pm.
A lacklustre performance from the NSW Waratahs has seen them fall to the Western Force in Perth by seven points in a gritty display from both sides.
All the statistics and key information you need to know before the NSW Waratahs take on the Western Force on Saturday 9 May at 7:40pm AEST.
The NSW Waratahs have moved into the top six standings for the first time in 2015, but this weekend’s clash against the Western Force represents a tough challenge.
The Australian U20’s side has been named for Saturday’s final against New Zealand at Bond University with Waratah Andrew Kellaway returning to the starting side.
NSW Waratahs has named a virtually unchanged lineup for the clash against the Western Force in Perth, with Taqele Naiyaravoro moved into the starting lineup ahead of Peter Betham.
Waratahs lock-forward Will Skelton and outside-back Rob Horne are confident that the team is building strongly at the pointy end of the season.
The Australian U20’s have won their second match of the Oceania Rugby Junior Championship, despite a scare by a strong Japanese side. 
The Australian U20’s have started their Oceania Rugby Junior Championship with a win after defeating Samoa 33 to 10 at Bond University on the Gold Coast. 

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