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June 2018
From the park all the way to the third Wallaby Test against Ireland here is where you can find your NSW Waratahs, Generation Blue U20’s players and NSW Women around the grounds this weekend.
Wednesday's training was given a shakeup, with the NSW Waratahs running an opposed session with the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval.
The Junior Wallabies have won the Fifth Place Final of the World Rugby U20s Championship on Sunday night, defeating Argentina U20s 41-15 at the Stade De La Mediterranee, Béziers.
The intra-association competitions has begun for 2018, with a number of teams making their mark early on in the competition. Here's some of the action from around the grounds.
The NSW Waratahs went down 29-26 in a nailbiting friendly against the NEC Green Rockets at the CHICHIBUMINOYA Festival of Rugby in Tokyo today.
The NSW Country and Sydney Under 18s will face off against Combined High Schools (CHS) I and II for spots in both NSWJRU Under 18s and NSW Schools representative sides respectively in this Saturday’s trial at Woongarra Sports Facility on the Central Coast.
Camden Rugby Club will play host to the NSW Country Cockatoos and Cockatoos Colts representative fixtures this Sunday 17 June in a round-robin style competition.
After a weekend off, the backend of the Shute Shield begins on Saturday and a number of teams have a point to prove.

Check out all the teams ahead of round 10 this weekend.
Promising flyhalf Mack Mason will captain the NSW Waratahs against Japanese Top League side the NEC Green Rockets at the CHICHIBUNOMIYA Minato Rugby Festival in Tokyo on Sunday.
Following in the wake of the enormous weekend of the Junior State Championships held last weekend, Sydney Junior Rugby has named a number of representative sides spanning from Under 14s to Under 18s.
As the Shute Shield takes a weekend off to celebrate The Queen's Birthday, we thought we’d take the opportunity to check in with all 11 coaches and find out how they think their side is travelling at this point of the season.

Finals footy might still be a long way off this year, but there isn’t a lot of room for error in a competition as tight as this one.
To end a fantastic weekend of Junior State Championships all around New South Wales, the best Under 18s from Sydney and NSW Country battled it out for the Michael Brial Cup at Concord Oval on Monday afternoon.
The Junior Wallabies have defeated Italy 44-15 in the Fifth Place Semi Final at the World Rugby U20s Championship overnight in Narbonne.
NSW Waratahs supporters are in for a blockbuster eight-match home schedule following confirmation of the draw for the 2019 Super Rugby competition.
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