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July 2019
Some of state’s best and brightest young talent converged on Daceyville last Friday, representing their associations in open selection trials for the New South Wales Gen Blue Academy.
June 2019
The NSW Waratahs can confirm that Head Coach, Daryl Gibson has chosen not to see out the final year of his contract – concluding a seven-year involvement with rugby in New South Wales.
Buildcorp Wallaroos Coach, Dwayne Nestor has trimmed the squad to 29 players, with just 22 days until the first Test in Newcastle at No.2 Sportsground on Saturday 13 July.
Last week was proof yet again that any team can win the Intrust Super Shute Shield in 2019.
The NSW Waratahs international contingent continue to prepare in their state-based training groups head of upcoming Tests against Japan and New Zealand.
The NSW Waratahs have finished their Vodafone Super Rugby season with a tough 49-12 loss to the Highlanders in Invercargill.
Ideal conditions greeted players and supporters over the long weekend as part of the Positive Rugby Foundation NSW Junior State Championships.
The Junior Wallabies will take on tournament hosts, Argentina in the semi-finals of the U20 Rugby World Championships.
Daryl Gibson has named his side for Round 18 of Vodafone Super Rugby, as the NSW Waratahs take on the Highlanders at Rugby Park, Invercargill.
The NSW Waratahs have gone down 24-35 to the Brumbies in a hard-fought final home game of the Vodafone Super Rugby season at Bankwest Stadium.
The NSW Waratahs will farewell two of their favourite sons at Bankwest Stadium tonight, as Sekope Kepu and Nick Phipps step out onto home soil for the final time.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach, Daryl Gibson has gone all out in pursuit of a place in the Vodafone Super Rugby Finals naming an unchanged starting XV to face the Brumbies at Bankwest Stadium.
The NSW Waratahs have today announced the signing of Tautalatasi Tasi on an injury cover contract for the remainder of the Vodafone Super Rugby season.
Rugby Australia Chief Executive, Raelene Castle and NSW Rugby Union CEO, Andrew Hore have issued the following statement in relation to Israel Folau.
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