It was a scintillating seven-try match but the HSBC Waratahs will leave Wellington disappointed tonight, after a sensational second-half home side performance, led by Hurricanes wing Julian Savea, put the game out of reach and prevented NSW from picking up two well-deserved bonus points
Next Saturday, the world’s most famous surfer Kelly Slater will join HSBC Waratahs rugby stars on Manly beach for a celebrity surfing competition.
Sekope Kepu makes a return to the starting team this Saturday when the HSBC Waratahs travel to Wellington to take on the Hurricanes this Saturday.
The Shute Shield, Sydney’s Premier Rugby competition kicks off this Saturday (April 6). With HSBC Waratahs head coach Michael Cheika yesterday declaring his intent to use the tournament as a feeder for future NSW talent and the ABC confirming its continued live coverage, there’s plenty to whet the appetite in Round 1 as Sydney’s 12 premiership sides vie for early season supremacy.
In this episode, Dave looks ahead to the team’s first game on foreign shores and previews the return of the club rugby, as the Shute Shield kicks off this weekend.
As the 2013 Sydney Premiership prepares to kick off in just four days’ time, HSBC Waratahs Head Coach Michael Cheika has hailed the Shute Shield as critical to developing the state’s Super Rugby players of the future.
A try to Adam Ashley-Cooper in his 100th Super Rugby game and six penalty goals from scrumhalf Brendan McKibbin saw the HSBC Waratahs overcome an abrasive Western Force outfit at Allianz Stadium this afternoon.
To celebrate their 100th Super Rugby caps, we’re giving away specially made Adam Ashley-Cooper and Benn Robinson masks free to fans attending this Sunday afternoon’s game. Find out how you can collect yours...
In this episode, Dave says the players will need all the resolve they showed last week to prevent former team-mates spoiling the party on Sunday.
Gordon Rugby has signed a new major sponsorship deal with The Sydney Adventist Hospital (affectionately known as ‘the San’).
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).
Sat Mar 19, 7:40PM AEDT
Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney