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May 2018
Parramatta and Eastern Suburbs head to Orange, NSW for the annual regional round of the Intrust Super Shute Shield, while Southern Districts journey north to take on Warringah Rats as the club is eager to get back into the tries to re-enter the winner's circle.
Rugby’s game for all mantra continues this weekend, with the collaborative NSW Rugby and Sydney Juniors’ initiative known as Trytons kicking off its sixth season.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson has made three changes to the starting side ahead of Saturday night’s Vodafone Super Rugby clash against the Blues at Brookvale Oval.
The stage is set for an epic Trans-Tasman final between Australia and New Zealand after the Junior Wallabies toppled Tonga 91-7 in round two of the Oceania Rugby U20’s Championship at Bond University.
New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) together with the Sydney Rugby Union (SRU) are facilitating the formation of a Western Sydney Barbarians team that will compete in the Sydney Premiership third grade Colts division.
NSW Waratahs openside flanker Will Miller will remain playing his rugby in New South Wales. The 25-year-old today announced that he has re-signed with the franchise until the end of 2019.
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.
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