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October 2018
Flyhalf Bernard Foley has put pen to paper to re-commit to Rugby Australia and the NSW Waratahs until the end of 2019.
The recent NSW Women’s derby matches put the spotlight firmly on emerging talent from around the State.
Sydney finished their 2018 NRC season scoring three tries against the Melbourne Rising, but ultimately succumbed 55-21 to the strong outfit in Ballarat on Sunday.
Utility back Cam Clark is set to play in his third Super Rugby season when he confirmed today his commitment to NSW Rugby for 2019.
Junior clubs from the bush to the beach will take over the Academy of Sport in Narrabeen on Saturday for a day to support drought relief activities and help the rugby community in regional NSW.

The final round of 2018's NRC kicks-off this weekend.

Sevens fever hits the NSW Mid North Coast this weekend when the Forster-Tuncurry Club hosts the State championships.

NSW Rugby has welcomed a new team member and confirmed today that Adina Hotels, part of the TFE Hotels, have joined the rugby family.
Sydney coach Chris Whitaker sums up the match against Queensland Country on the weekend.
NSW Country Women will host Sydney Women in Camden on Sunday for the final Super W trial match before a squad of 45 (including Wallaroos), will be selected for a six-week intensive training camp.

The rugby action continues this weekend and here is where you can find your NSW Waratahs and NSW Women around the grounds on Saturday 6 October and Sunday 7 October.

Camden Rugby Park will host a double header on Sunday when the NSW Country Eagles take on Brisbane City.

Newington College prop Angus Bell will captain the Australian Schoolboys side in Saturday’s Trans-Tasman clash against New Zealand Schools at Ballymore in Brisbane. 

NSW Country coach Darren Coleman spoke to the Andrew Blades about the match in Fiji on the weekend.
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