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June 2009

Rain across Sydney produced heavy conditions in round twelve of the Tooheys New Shute Shield with table-toppers Manly outlasting Eastwood in the ABC TV Game of the Day.

Round 12 sees the Tooheys New Shute Shield move into the back half of the competition with important matches played out across the draw.

A brave Australian Under 20 team was defeated 31-17 in Tokyo tonight by an outstanding baby All Blacks in the semi-finals of the IRB Junior World Championships.

Teams have been announced for the round twelve of the 2009 Tooheys New Shute Shield to be played on Saturday 20 June.

NSW and Australian Rugby mourns the passing of former Waratah and Wallaby forward William John "Bill" Gunther, who has died in Orange at the age of 74.

HSBC Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau has been promoted to the Wallabies starting XV for Saturday's second Test against Italy in Melbourne.

HSBC Waratahs hooker Damian Fitzpatrick will captain the Australian Under 20 team in tomorrow's semi final showdown with New Zealand at the IRB Junior World Championships in Japan.

HSBC Waratahs hooker Damian Fitzpatrick will captain the Australian Under 20 team in tomorrow's semi final showdown with New Zealand at the IRB Junior World Championships in Japan.

For the second time in as many years, Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club have joined forces with the North Sydney Bears to stage a unique double header next month.

The Australian Under 20 team has lost HSBC Waratahs utility Kurtley Beale for the remainder of the IRB Junior World Championships in Japan.

Warringah leave Woollahra Oval with far better memories than their last visit after overcoming Eastern Suburbs 23-11 in round ten of the Tooheys New Shute Shield.

Fullback HSBC Waratahs utility Kurtley Beale collected four tries and NSW teammate Damien Fitzpatrick crossed for another as Australia made an impressive start to its campaign at the IRB Junior World Championships, crushing Canada 86-0 at Best Amenity Stadium in Fukuoka, Japan.

HSBC Waratahs captain Phil Waugh will once again lead is side into battle at the Sydney Football Stadium on Saturday night, however this time he will be in Barbarians colours as the 'united nations' team takes on the Wallabies for the Sir Nick Shehadie Trophy.

There will be no shortage of Super 14 experience on show when Eastern Suburbs takes on Warringah this Saturday in the Tooheys New Shute Shield.

More than 2400 junior rugby players from around NSW and the ACT will converge across Sydney, Camden and Orange this weekend to take part in the NSW Junior Rugby State Championships.

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