The Hong Kong NSW Schoolboys Sevens Championship 2013 officially ended yesterday, with Hills Sports High crowned champions in front of an audience that included NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and ARU Chief Executive Officer Bill Pulver.
St Edward’s College and Brisbane Water College were the region’s big winners on the Central Coast for Sevens and 15-man rugby in 2013.
Eastwood and Sydney University have underlined their positions as the dominant club rugby forces in Sydney, with both sides sweeping the board this weekend to reach the Grand Finals in all four grades.
The ARU and NSW Rugby Union are calling on girls aged 14-19 to nominate themselves forthe newest edition of the Schoolgirls' Sevens
After recently announcing the arrival of Volvo as new major sponsor for 2014, the NSW Waratahs received another boost this week, with the latest 2013 Repucom data showing record media exposure values for the team’s sponsors.
The Shute Shield will this weekend prove its place as the development of Australian rugby talent, with a combined total of 20 current Super Rugby players named in the four starting sides.
HSBC Waratahs superstar Israel Folau will start at fullback for the Qantas Wallabies in Saturday night’s Rugby Championship Test match against the Springboks.
The 2013 Hong Kong NSW Secondary Schoolboys Sevens U18 Championship will kick of this Sunday September 8, with top schools from around the state competing for the coveted state schoolboys title.
Manly has today joined yesterday’s winner Southern Districts in next week’s prelim finals after two tries in the dying stages propelled them to a late victory over Eastern Suburbs.
Southern Districts have booked their spot their spot in the Shute Shield preliminary finals tthanks to a 57-25 win over Randwick at Coogee Oval.
Former NSW Waratah and ACT Brumbies player Craig Wells has coached the Illawarra Sports High School girls’ union and league teams to an unbeaten 2013.
Michael Hooper has been named as the HSBC Waratahs Players’ Player of the Year for 2013, with Israel Folau picking up Best Back and Benn Robinson named Best Forward.
Qantas Wallabies and HSBC Waratahs’ prop Sekope Kepu is set to return for the Galloping Greens in a bid to secure a spot in the Shute Shield preliminary finals.
Israel Folau today re-affirmed his commitment to the NSW Waratahs, signing a two-year deal with Waratahs Rugby and Australian Rugby Union that will keep him in rugby and at NSW until at least the end of 2015.
Sydney University has joined Eastwood in the preliminary finals after a Bernard Foley drop goal in the dying seconds snatched victory from the jaws of the Manly Marlins.