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June 2015

Will Skelton is expecting to be named in the NSW side to take on Queensland on Saturday evening when Michael Cheika announces his side this week.

The Waratahs ran in nine tries to beat the Cheetahs 58-33 and regain the top position on the Australian Super Rugby Conference leaderboard.
The NSW Waratahs are aiming for a win against the Cheetahs in South Africa to hold on to top spot in the Australian conference heading into the finals series.
The Waratahs have today confirmed the signing of Auckland Blues tighthead prop Angus Ta’avao on a two-year contract that will see the 25 year-old playing for NSW from the 2016 season onwards.
Ahead of their second South African tour match, against the Cheetahs this weekend, five-eighth, Bernard Foley said that the side has drawn confidence from their spirited second-half performance against the Lions.
NSW Waratahs head Coach Michael Cheika has made two changes for this week's clash against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontain this Saturday at 11:00pm AEST.
Australia has scored five tries to claim a bonus point 34-22 win against Samoa in its opening clash of the World Rugby U20 Championships in Italy.
Utility back Jono Lance has arrived in South Africa ahead of the Waratahs’ second and final match on tour against the Cheetahs.
May 2015
The Waratahs suffered a narrow five-point loss, 27-22, to the Lions at Ellis Park but retain the top spot on the Australian Conference ladder, leading the Brumbies.
Head Coach Michael Cheika has named the team to take on the Lions at Ellis Park on Sunday 3am (AEST) in Round 16 of the Super Rugby tournament.

Sony Music Australia has signed on as a Foundation Partner and Sponsor of the Intrust Super Shute Shield.

The NSW Waratahs will look to cement their position on top of the Australian conference with their clash against the Lions.
Israel Folau, the most high profile player in Australian Rugby thrives on consistency, and continues to take the Rugby world by storm with the Waratahs this season.
The NSW Waratahs have secured the signatures of four of New South Wales’ top young rugby players – Jack Dempsey, Hugh Roach, Jed Holloway and Jim Stewart.
The NSW Waratahs were forced to make some last minute changes ahead of their Super Rugby tour to South Africa to play the Lions and the Cheetahs.
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