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April 2018

Follow Saturday’s 24-17 victory over the Brumbies, the team now turn their attention to the next challenge in the Sunwolves. As we countdown until kick off in Tokyo, here are five things you may or may not know about our Conference competitors and where they hail from.

March 2018
The NSW Waratahs have secured a crucial result away from home with a nail-biting 24-17 win against interstate rivals, the Brumbies, at Canberra’s GIO Stadium.
NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has named his side to face the Brumbies in the round seven Vodafone Super Rugby clash in Canberra this Saturday night.
Rugby can take us on some amazing journeys and Inge Visser’s story is no exception.
After a testing six-month recovery, a gritty and determined Fletcher Wright has made his triumphant return to the game he loves.
NSW Women secured a third straight win in the Buildcorp Super W competition this afternoon after beating a gallant Brumbies Women’s team at Pittwater Rugby Park on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Colourful young front rower Harry Johnson-Holmes and barnstorming winger Taqele Naiyaravoro are two of a number of NSW Waratahs who will pull on their club colours this weekend.
The NSW Women’s team will headline a festival of rugby at Pittwater Rugby Park, Warriewood on Saturday when they take on the Brumbies Women in round three of the Buildcorp Super W competition.
New South Wales will be strongly represented at next month’s Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, with no less than nine of the match officials for the rugby event coming from the State.
Following the Tahs’ round five 51-27 victory over interstate rivals, the Melbourne Rebels, we caught up with assistant coach Chris Malone for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.
After a tough opening half on Sunday afternoon, Bernard Foley singles out two things that turned it all around for the NSW Waratahs in the 51-27 Vodafone Super Rugby win over the Melbourne Rebels.
The NSW Waratahs scored 41 points in the second half to beat the Melbourne Rebels in a pulsating afternoon of rugby.
The NSW Women remain undefeated in the inaugural Buildcorp Super W competition after beating the Western Force Women 32-10 in a scorching opening double-header at Allianz Stadium.
NSW Waratahs Coach Daryl Gibson has named a changed starting XV for Sunday’s double-header at Allianz Stadium.
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