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March 2015
The NSW Waratahs are proud to partner with beyondblue, and will clash with the Blues in the inaugural Super Rugby beyondblue match on Saturday March 28.
The NSW Waratahs have confirmed the signing of lock Dean Mumm, who will return to the club after three years with English Premiership side the Exeter Chiefs.
The NSW Waratahs have recorded a comprehensive 28-13 victory over the ACT Brumbies in a fiery local derby at Allianz Stadium.
The NSW Under 20s have defeated Tonga 64-17 in a trial match at the National Australian Under 20s Championship at Viking Park in Canberra on Saturday.

The Waratahs come into their Round 6 clash against the Brumbies with an equal win/loss record, while their opponents have started the season in brilliant form.

As the defending champions approach Sunday afternoon’s game against the Brumbies, it will serve well for the Waratahs to cast their minds back at their own progression through 2014.

All of the key information and statistics ahead of the Round 6 Super Rugby clash between the NSW Waratahs and the ACT Brumbies.

NSW Waratahs prop Paddy Ryan could celebrate his 50th Super Rugby cap milestone this week, but says that his NSW caps are the most dear to him. 
New South Wales will be defending their maiden title when the, 2015 National Under 20’s Championship kicks off in Canberra this week.
The Round 6 Waratahs team to take on the Aquis Brumbies at Allianz Stadium this Sunday, March 22 at Allianz Stadium at 4pm has been named.

Dynamic outside-back Rob Horne says he is looking forward to the challenge the Tahs will face against the conference leading Brumbies in Round 6.

They jumped out of the starting blocks and finished with a stride in their steps, but putting it all together over 80 minutes is what the Waratahs are focusing on moving forward.
The NSW Waratahs have been defeated by the Highlanders 26-19 in Dunedin, New Zealand on Saturday night in Round 5 of the 2015 Super Rugby tournament.

With both teams level with each other on the competition standings on nine points, the match takes on extra significance knowing that a win to either side will consolidate themselves in the top six.

The NSW Waratahs will this afternoon fly to New Zealand in preparation for their Saturday evening clash with the Highlanders at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin.
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