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April 2017
In announcing the profit at the combined Annual General Meetings of the NSWRU and the NSW Waratahs, Chairman Roger Davis said the turnaround in the budget that originally forecast a loss of $16,000, was significant for rugby in the state.

We sat down with NSW Waratahs Assistant Coach Nathan Grey after the side's round eight match against the Southern Kings in this week's instalment of The Daikin Cooldown

Every rugby club has a Mr or Mrs Reliable and without these people and the effort they put in, junior clubs would simply cease to exist. The NSW Waratahs have now officially recognised this person.
The NSW Waratahs went down to a gallant Southern Kings outfit in round eight of the 2017 Vodafone Super Rugby competition 26-24.
NSW Waratahs prop Angus Ta’avao is back for round nine of the Vodafone Super Rugby, after missing close to six months after suffering a broken leg in the NRC semi-final in 2016.
Featuring hundreds of aspiring young players, the Camps are run in the school holidays by Development Officers from NSW Rugby and played host to a handful of NSW Waratahs cameos scattered between each location.
Coming out of a bye week, the squad are rearing to get back out on the field under the lights of Allianz Stadium.
The NSW Waratahs have named their side for the round nine of the Vodafone Super Rugby when they take on the Kings at Allianz Stadium on Friday 21 April.

Calling all NSW Waratahs 2017 Members! Come and watch the boys train at the second Members’ open training session of the year next Monday, April 24th.

In commemoration of the upcoming ANZAC Day, we’d like to offer all our Service men and women, past and present, plus their families, free entry into the game.
With Round 8 of Super Rugby competition presenting itself as a bye week for the NSW Waratahs, a large portion of the playing group have been released for club duties.
From the bush to the beach, a day of rugby heaven is just around the corner with NINE different camps running between April 18th and 21st – just in time for the school holidays!
Following the Tah’s defeat to a strong Hurricanes outfit in Wellington, we spoke to Assistant Coach Cam Blades to get his take on the match in this round’s version of The Daikin Cooldown.
The Waratahs almost repeated their efforts of Round Five in their Friday night clash against Wellington outfit, the Hurricanes. Unfortunately falling short at a 38-28 scoreline in what ultimately was a try-fest, the Tahs came out firing in the second half to almost mount another memorable comeback performance.
Ahead of the Friday night showdown against current Super Rugby champions the Hurricanes, NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has welcomed fly-half Bernard Foley back into the fold after clearing his medical examinations.
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