Seven NSW Waratahs have been named in the Wallabies team for The Rugby Championship Test against South Africa at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria on Sunday morning (1.00am AEST kick-off).
Eight NSW Waratahs have been announced in the Wallabies squad for the upcoming South African and England tour, including NSW hooker, Tolu Latu who has been named for the camp.
The 2017 Super Rugby draw has been announced today with the NSW Waratahs set for another blockbuster line-up of exciting match-ups.
From the Dubbo Roos to Sydney’s St Joseph’s College, Sydney Uni to the Australian Under 20s before being offered a contract with the Tahs at the end of 2015.
Aspiring Waratah debutant, Tom Robertson has been named on the bench as one of eight NSW Waratahs announced in this week’s Wallabies team for The Rugby Championship Test against Argentina at nib Stadium in Perth on Saturday night (8:05pm AEST kick-off).
The NSW Waratahs and NSW Rugby have hit the road, visiting a range of towns, clubs and schools across the state this September and October.
The NSW Waratahs Coaches have named eight of the Sydney Rays, six NSW Country Eagles and one player from the Western Sydney Rams in their NSW Buildcorp NRC Team of the Week from round three.
NSW Waratahs, Jed Holloway, Brad Wilkin, Bryce Hegarty and Matt Sandell made one of their regular visits to the Starlight Room at the Randwick Children’s Hospital today.
Dean Mumm is back in the Wallabies starting line-up, adding a huge amount of experience for The Rugby Championship Test against South Africa tonight.
It’s set to be a massive day of rugby and entertainment when the Western Sydney Rams take to Concord for their first ever home match of the 2016 Buildcorp NRC season.
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