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Round four of the Tooheys New Shute Shield takes place on Saturday 18 April around Sydney, highlighted by the ABC TV Game of the Day between Sydney University and Warringah.
HSBC Waratahs fans attending Saturday's Super 14 blockbuster with the Western Force are being asked to consider their transport options to and from the ground, with other events also taking place in the Moore Park sporting precinct.
HSBC Waratahs lock Will Caldwell will write himself into NSW Rugby history on Saturday when he lines up against the Western Force at the Sydney Football Stadium.
Teams have been announced for the round four of the 2009 Tooheys New Shute Shield to be played on Saturday 18 April.
The HSBC Waratahs playing jerseys from this week's clash with the Western Force are being auctioned online, with funds raised going to the Spastic Centre to support children with Cerebral Palsy.
Manly has shot to the top of the Tooheys New Shute Shield table with their third bonus point win in as many weeks.
The HSBC Waratahs have suffered their first loss at the Sydney Football Stadium since 2007, going down to the Bulls 20-6 in their round nine clash tonight.
The HSBC Waratahs face the Bulls tonight at the Sydney Football Stadium in an important top four encounter in round nine of the Super 14.
Teams have been announced for the round three of the 2009 Tooheys New Shute Shield which kicks off on Thursday 9 April when Penrith host Eastwood under lights at St Marys Leagues Stadium, with the remain ten teams in action this Saturday.
HSBC Waratahs head coach Chris Hickey has shown faith in the players who have recorded back-to-back victories over the last two weeks by retaining the same 22-man squad for Saturday's clash with the Bulls at the Sydney Football Stadium.
NSW Rugby Union is mourning the passing of Shawn Mackay who passed away this morning in South Africa.
Gordon has staged a dramatic second half comeback to defeat West Harbour 41-22 at Chatswood Oval today.
The HSBC Waratahs will face their first South African opponent for 2009 when they meet the Stormers at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight.
Four teams are on maximum points after two rounds of the 2009 Tooheys New Shute Shield, with Warringah, Sydney University, Eastern Suburbs and Manly all recording bonus point wins for the second time in as many weeks.