St Joseph’s Primary at Taree recently ran a Primary School Rugby Challenge to celebrate the region’s rugby festival at the end of Term 3.
Sevens reaches fever pitch this month and on the back of last weekend's successful Gold Coast tournament, NSW Rugby and the Sydney Rugby Union are pleased to announce the inaugural Sydney Premier 7s.
Twelve Waratahs have been named in the Wallabies 32-man squad for their five-game Spring Tour of the United Kingdom and Europe and for next week’s final Bledisloe Cup Test against the All Blacks in New Zealand.
Check out what Western Sydney Rugby Participation staff, Simon Hackett and Fred Finekifolau have been up to on Rugby Fields near you!
The NSW Waratahs will warm up for the 2014 season with a home trial match against the Auckland Blues before kicking off their Super Rugby season with four back-to-back matches against Australian opponents, including three home matches.
Australia’s NSW contingent has helped guide the Wallabies end their 2013 Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship campaign on a high, with a 54-17 demolition of Argentina in Rosario on Saturday night.
NSW playmaker Bernard Foley is in line to make his Test debut after being named on the bench for Australia’s final Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship match of 2013 against Argentina.
Hills Sports High proved miles ahead of the opposition recently, going through the Western Sydney’s Sports High School Challenge undefeated.
This year’s Fitness First Central Coast Sevens International Rugby Festival (October 26-27) is set to ignite the Central Coast, when it gets underway in just under three weeks’ time.
Coonamble has claimed an incredible fifth premiership title with a hard fought 26 – 10 home win over Walgett in the NSW Country Western Plains zone series final.
The Randwick Rugby Club has appointed Nick Ryan as its Director of Rugby. The club acknowledged his ability to manage high-quality rugby programs as the key to his appointment.
The Illawarra Christian School (Cordeaux Heights Campus) recently hosted a student exchange with The Gawa School, a school from an island off the tip of the Northern Territory.
Green Point Christian College’s progression to the 2013 Primary Schools Sevens state finals has provided a launch pad for the sport’s development next season.
NSW has reaffirmed itself as the nation’s leading breeding ground, boasting 13 of the 22 players selected in the Australian Schoolboys team to take part in the Macquarie Bank Schools Tri-Nations series.
The state’s female players have swept the board at the National Women’s Championships, with Sydney women winning the cup competition and the Westpac NSW Country Corellas taking the Plate honours