NSW Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has made six changes and brought in two new faces to the run on side for the Round eight clash against the Stormers in Cape Town in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The Wallabies will kick off their 2014 Bledisloe Cup campaign with a five-day rural road trip through country NSW.
Pirates’ coach Matt Briggs is backing local lad Usaia O’Sullivan to lead the try scoring stakes when West Harbour hosts Penrith in a predicted try fest.
Fourteen NSW Colts players are just one step away from representing Australia in the IRB Junior World Championship in June.
The table-topping Sharks have overcome a determined NSW Waratahs side in a fiery encounter at Kings Park Stadium in Durban.
Manly captain Ed Gower has led the Marlins to a 43-28 win over heavyweights Southern Districts in the first round of the 2014 Magners Shute Shield.
The NSW Waratahs’ incentive to post points against the Sharks and the Stormers has grown, thanks to the generosity of team sponsor CMC Markets.
As he prepares to make his 100th NSW appearance, Brendan Bradford caught up with Wycliff, a fan favourite, to find out a little more about the big man.
The 2014 Magners Shute Shield kicks off this Saturday with Eastern Suburbs hosting big derby rivals Randwick at Woollahra Oval in what looks set to be the match of the round.
NSW Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has made six changes and brought in four new faces to his starting line up to face the top-of-the-table Sharks in Durban this Sunday (2.05am AEST).
Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has stuck to his winning formula in
naming his 27-man squad for the team’s two-match tour of South Africa,
selecting today’s winning gameday
squad plus Pat McCutcheon (Sydney University), Easts’ duo Jonno Lance
and Tala Gray, and Norths speedster Cam Crawford to take on the Sharks
The Weary Dunlop Shield is back in NSW after a Kurtley Beale-inspired Tahs outfit registered a 32-8 home victory over the Melbourne Rebels.
Fans heading to Allianz Stadium tonight will be treated to a double dose of attacking action, with the national women’s side in action during the half-time break of the Tahs v Rebels round 6 game.
Tonight the NSW Waratahs will go up against the Melbourne Rebels to contest the Weary Dunlop Shield. It is the sixth time the teams will have played for the shield that was named in honour of Sir Edward ‘Weary’ Dunlop, who represented Australia and Victoria in rugby union and served as a medical officer in World War II.
Channel TEN’S chief rugby caller Gordon Bray says his debt to LEGACY, tonight’s matchday charity partner, can never be repaid.