Heavyweight Waratahs’ newcomer Taqele Naiyaravoro has announced his rugby arrival with an impressive debut match for Parramatta, crossing for two tries in the Two Blues’ 35-24 loss to Eastwood at T.G Millner.
There was no dampening the spirits of over 40 enthusiastic Trytons youngsters last weekend, following the return of the Rugby Connect program for 2014.
League convert Taqele Naiyaravoro will make his rugby union debut for Parramatta this Saturday in the Two Blues’ Round 7 Magners Shute Shield clash with the mighty Woodies.
The NSW Waratahs have signed exciting Wests Tigers winger Taqele Naiyaravoro for the rest of 2014 Asteron Life Super Rugby season and 2015.
New South Wales will provide the bulk of Australia’s Under 20s Junior World Cup squad after 12 players from the Waratahs’ nursery were yesterday named in the 28-man squad for next month’s tournament in Auckland.
The Manly Marlins have recorded their sixth consecutive win with a 39-16 bonus-point victory over Warringah in Round 6 of the Magners Shute Shield.
In one of the best games of the season, the NSW Waratahs have run in five tries to three on their way to a breathtaking 39-30 win over the Wellington Hurricanes, in front of their biggest home crowd of the season so far.
Tim Gavin has been re-elected as President of the NSW Rugby Union.
Rebecca Wilson’s article in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph contained a number of inaccurate statements concerning the Waratahs
Thanks very much for all our fans who took part in yesterday’s #AskIzzy twitter takeover, as part of our Tahs & Test Combo package promo.
Waratahs Rugby Limited has today confirmed it contributed $1,083,278 into the community game for the year ending December 31, 2013.
As the Marlins prepare for Saturday’s Round 6 Magners Shute Shield clash with derby rival Warringah, the NSW and Manly scrumhalf stated his ambition, saying, “I want to play in a Grand Final with Manly and I think this is the year to do it.”
Some of you may be aware that I have nominated as a candidate for election to the Board of Trustees of the Sydney Cricket Ground Trust.
Inspirational No. 8 Wycliff Palu will return to the starting line-up as the NSW Waratahs bid to blow the conference-leading Hurricanes off course at Allianz Stadium this Saturday.
The Warringah Rats have recorded their fifth consecutive maximum-points win in a 31-30 heart stopper over Sydney University last night