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August 2019
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has confirmed his 31-man squad for the 2019 Rugby World, with eight NSW Waratahs heading to Japan.
And then there were four.

There are no second chances as sudden-death footy gets underway in the Jack Scott Cup.
It’s a case of history repeating in the 2019 Shute Shield Grand Final, as Sydney University take on Warringah on Saturday afternoon.
Warringah captain Hamish Angus has claimed his third Ken Catchpole Medal, adding to gongs secured in 2012 and 2014.
The NSW Rugby Union (NSWRU) Board met yesterday as we went through several important issues within our game – from the grassroots to Super Rugby – while we also reflected on what we’ve achieved in the last few months.
Regional communities have embraced the first Get Talkin’ Tour of 2019 with more than 1,500 people participating in the six-region, two-week tour.
NSW Rugby have selected their U18 Gen Blue squad ahead of fixtures against the Brumbies and Reds Academies.
The NSW Waratahs have continued to bolster their squad for the 2020 Vodafone Super Rugby season, securing the signatures of Chris Talakai and Mitch Short.
NSW Rugby would like to welcome Bonnie Doon Golf Club on board as a major partner until the end of 2020.
NSW Waratahs backrower, Jed Holloway has signed a two-year contract extension, committing to his home state until the end of the 2021 Vodafone Super Rugby season.
The Rugby community in Orange and Bathurst were visited this week by Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson as part of a series of workshops and clinics.
NSW Rugby have selected their U16 Gen Blue squad ahead of the National Championships in Canberra this October.
NSW Rugby have selected their U15 Gen Blue squad ahead of the National Championships in October.
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