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May 2018
Eight New South Welshmen will pull on gold for the Junior Wallabies vs Tonga clash in the second round of the Oceania Rugby U20’s Championship at Bond University.
April 2018
Illawarra completed its NSW Country Caldwell Cup redemption bid at Warren on Sunday afternoon, taking advantage of a plethora of Central West errors in the final to claim NSW Country’s top tier championship and atone for the previous year’s grand final hammering at the hands of Newcastle-Hunter.
After extensive consultation, Sydney Rugby Union (SRU) has today notified the Penrith Rugby Union Club that they are no longer eligible to compete in the Sydney Premiership competition, effective immediately.
Selected NSW Waratahs will return to clubland this weekend with the Tahs facing a bye in round eleven of the Vodafone Super Rugby competition.
About 70 promising young players were taught the basics of what it takes to hold their own in the engine room of rugby when they gathered at Rugby Australia for the latest TracTahs session on the weekend.
The small town of Warren in the State’s Western Plains region will for the first time host the NSW Country Rugby Union Championships on 28-29 April.
With a bye round for the NSW Waratahs this weekend, a number of players will return to clubland and feature in round four of the Intrust Super Shute Shield.
Fourteen members of the Buildcorp Super W premiership-winning NSW Women’s side have been included in the 45-strong Wallaroos extended training squad.
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Following Friday’s loss to the Lions in an ANZAC Round special at Allianz Stadium, we caught up with assistant coach Simon Cron for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.
Sydney Uni and Norths secured their spot at the top of the Shute Shield ladder, while Gordon claimed their first win of the season and Randwick struck late to beat Easts in another classic local derby. Catch up on all the Shute Shield action from round three.
The stage is now set for the 2018 World Deaf Rugby 7s tournament kicking off on Monday 23 April at the NSW Waratahs’ training base, David Phillips Sports Complex in Sydney.
The NSW Waratahs have gone down 0-29 to South African conference leaders, the Lions in an ANZAC Round clash at Allianz Stadium.
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