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March 2018
A changed NSW Women’s Team will take to the field on Sunday in round two of the Buildcorp Super W match against the Western Force Women.
When it comes to local derbies, lock Tom Staniforth describes these in one word.
After an 18-hour flight home and several time zones later, the NSW Waratahs are back on the training paddock ahead of Sunday’s blockbuster double-header at Allianz Stadium.
The NSW Waratahs have returned home after going down to the Jaguares in Buenos Aires. For this round’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown, we caught up with coach Daryl Gibson to get his take on the match and what the focus will be ahead of Sunday’s double-header special at Allianz Stadium.
Sixteen players of this year’s NSW Generation Blue Under 20 programme have been included in the Junior Wallabies squad of 40 for next month’s preparation camp ahead of the Oceania Under 20 Championship.
While the team turn their attentions to the Rebels clash this Sunday, backrower Jack Dempsey is toiling to get his body right for his return.
The NSW Waratahs’ strong finish was not enough to bring home a win against the Jaguares, going down 28-38 to the Jaguares in Buenos Aires today.
In another big boost for NSW Women’s Rugby, four key commercial partners have announced their support for the team in the inaugural Buildcorp Super W competition.
NSW Waratahs Coach Daryl Gibson has made one change to the starting line-up for this weekend’s Vodafone Super Rugby match against the Jaguares in Buenos Aires.
This week, the NSW Waratahs will face off against the Jaguares at their Buenos Aires home of Estadio José Amalfitani. To get you prepped and educated about our worldly opponents, here are some fun facts about Buenos Aires you may not have known.
After months of training, the final drills have been run, the teams have been selected and the gates are ready to be opened for the inaugural season of Buildcorp Super W which kicks off this weekend.
From the bush to the beach, March Madness has officially begun.
Experienced international Ash Hewson will captain the NSW Women’s Rugby Team in the opening round of the inaugural Buildcorp Super W competition on Saturday.
The introduction of the Super W competition has unearthed more talent from the Sio family, who has already put their mark on rugby union across two generations.
In the wake of the NSW Waratahs’ draw with Durban-based side, the Sharks at Kings Park Stadium, we caught up with assistant coach Simon Cron for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.
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