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November 2018
NSW Rugby today confirmed the management group for the 2019 Super W campaign.
The next generation of NSW players assembled at the NSW Waratahs’ headquarters in Daceyville this week for the start of the 2019 development programme.
Dynamic backrower Jack Dempsey has re-signed with Rugby Australia and the NSW Waratahs on a two-year deal to keep him in Australian Rugby until at least 2020.
The State’s best young Sevens talent will battle it out for a spot in the final squad of 24 to represent NSW at the National Youth Championships.
Two days of women’s rugby action has wrapped up in the Hunter, NSW as the Scone Brumbies hosted their second women’s only sevens tournament while Sevens fever also hit Western Sydney.
A total of 28 teams will hit Lidcombe Oval in Sydney’s west this weekend for the second annual Western Sydney Sevens tournament.
October 2018

Twenty-four young women have been selected to represent NSW in the upcoming National Youth Sevens Championships in December.

 

 

Coach development is one of the key priorities for NSW Rugby, and in November the organisation will host the first female-only foundation course for referees and coaches.
For the first time ever, NSW Rugby will bring the beach to the bush when the Dubbo Rhinos host the Beach Rugby Tournament this Saturday.
Silverware was on the cards when Maitland hosted some of the best emerging Sevens talent.


One of the world’s most iconic sporting venues will provide a historic backdrop for three of the NSW Waratahs’ eight home matches in 2019.
The NSW Waratahs will make history in 2019 when they become the first NSW Waratahs team to play a Super Rugby match in Newcastle next season.
Preparation for the 2019 Super W competition has started with the naming of a group of 47 players in the NSW Women’s training squad.
Super Rugby returns to a familiar venue in February when the NSW Waratahs confirmed that the suburban venue of Brookvale Oval will host the team’s opening match of the season.

Taqele Naiyaravoro and Shanice Parker were two of the top winners at the 2018 Rugby Australia Awards ceremony.

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