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August 2014

One question on the mind of all die-hard Waratahs supporters is: what happens to the team after the Super Rugby season is over?

Shute Shield Semi-Final 2: Sydney University v Southern Districts
Sunday August 10, University Oval 1 (LIVE ON ABC TV 3pm) 
Shute Shield Semi-Final 1: Manly v Eastwood
Saturday August 9, Manly Oval (LIVE ON ABC TV 3pm)

The 2014 Magners Shute Shield Semi-Final line ups have now been confirmed, with Manly, Sydney University, Southern Districts and Eastwood through to the second week of finals action.

Fans are invited to join their NSW Waratahs for a celebration event held in Sydney’s Martin Place on Tuesday, 5 August and hosted by the NSW Premier, the Honourable Mike Baird MP.

After 19 long years, it came down to the very last minute of the 2014 final for the NSW Waratahs to secure their maiden Super Rugby title. In front of 61,823 fans at ANZ Stadium – the largest Super Rugby crowd of all time – flyhalf Bernard Foley slotted a long-range penalty goal to win an historic final by the closest of margins.

July 2014

NSW Waratahs fans can start the celebrations early, with a special “Tah Train” to take supporters direct from Hornsby to ANZ Stadium.

The Tahs will have the backing of a Super Rugby record crowd when they run out at ANZ Stadium this Saturday.

This weekend’s Qualifying Finals will be full of points, tries and excitement, that’s if last week’s Round 18 Shute Shield matches were anything to go by.

Over 38,000 tickets snapped up for Saturday’s Final

NSW Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has named an unchanged side for the NSW Waratah’ colossal Asteron Life Super Rugby Final against the seven-time champion Crusaders this Saturday night (7.30pm) at ANZ Stadium.

Less than two days after the NSW Waratahs’ Semi-Final victory, more than 22,000 tickets for Saturday’s Asteron Life Super Rugby Final at ANZ Stadium have already been sold.

The Galloping Greens have secured the last remaining Magners Shute Shield Finals place with a come-from-behind away victory over Northern Suburbs.

The NSW Waratahs will host their first ever Super Rugby grand final after clawing their way to a thrilling 26-8 semi final win

Tomorrow, the NSW Waratahs 23-man squad will proudly pull on the light blue jersey for the most important game in NSW colours

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