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April 2018
NSW Women’s captain Ash Hewson stood up in what was the most inspirational performance of her career, booting the clutch penalty goal after the golden point siren to win the first ever Super W title.
A local derby, a rematch of last year's preliminary final and a clash between two teams with a bitter taste in their mouths after ending 2017 prematurely.

All that and more in round three Shute Shield action this weekend.
After two rounds, three sides remain undefeated and just two competition points separates fourth from ninth. Find out who has been named in your Shute Shield side ahead of round three this weekend.
NSW Waratahs Coach Daryl Gibson has made one change to his starting XV for Friday night’s ANZAC Round clash against South African conference leaders, the Lions at Allianz Stadium.
The NSW Women will field a full-strength side against old rivals, the Queensland Women XV in the final of the inaugural Buildcorp Super W competition at Allianz Stadium on Friday.
After defeating the Queensland Reds 37-16 in a historic Heritage Round clash at the Sydney Cricket Ground, we caught up with assistant coach Chris Malone to get the latest from the dressing room in this week's Daikin Cooldown.
A total of 25 players coming through the NSW pathway assembled at the David Phillips Sporting Complex in Sydney on the weekend for the second Generation Blue Under 18s development camp.

After two rounds, Sydney Uni, Easts and Norths all remain undefeated, while four other sides claimed their first win of the season on Saturday. Catch up on all the action from another exciting weekend of Shute Shield rugby.

The NSW Waratahs have claimed the top spot in the Australian conference after defeating traditional rivals, the Queensland Reds 37-16 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The pinnacle competition for women’s club rugby, The Jack Scott Cup, kicks off this weekend.
The stage is set for an epic battle at one of world sport’s most iconic venues when the NSW Waratahs take on the Queensland Reds at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday.
As the second round of the Shute Shield fast approaches, we take a look at whos who for this coming weekend.
The opening weekend of the 2018 Shute Shield season didn’t disappoint with several surprising results. Find out who has been named in your side ahead of round two this weekend.
Six members of this year’s NSW Generation Blue U20s squad have been named in the Junior Wallabies Squad for the Oceania Rugby U20s Championship on the Gold Coast.
This morning the NSW Waratahs training field was packed with excitement as dozens of students from the Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind (RIDC) were given their first lesson in rugby from the codes’ top teachers.
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