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February 2019
Jack Dempsey will return to the NSW Waratahs starting XV when the team heads to Goulburn on Thursday to take on the Brumbies in their second and final trial ahead of the Super Rugby season.
In a historic first the 2019 #SuperSeason was officially launched in Sydney today with Vodafone Super Rugby and Buildcorp Super W teams sharing the spotlight.
One of NSW Rugby’s loyal supporters has extended their contract with the organisation and the NSW Waratahs.
NSW Women, the inaugural Super W champions, will take on the Brumbies Women to headline the opening round of the 2019 season, with the sides set to do battle at GIO Stadium, Canberra on Saturday 23 February.
NSW Waratahs halfback Nick Phipps today confirmed a move to the northern hemisphere later this year.
The NSW Women’s team’s preparation for the upcoming Super W season is well underway, with plenty of changes and new hopefuls making the squad of 30.
January 2019
Tickets go on sale today to the general public for this year’s Vodafone Super Rugby season with the world’s best players all vying for the coveted southern hemisphere crown.
Experienced Northern Suburbs Shute Shield captain Will Miller will lead a NSW Waratahs team full of new faces in Friday’s pre-season match against the Highlanders. Southern Districts stalwart Jed Holloway has been appointed his deputy.
The NSW Waratahs squad received a further boost of experience today with the confirmation that Adam Ashley-Cooper will return home to Sydney.
NSW talent will be on display in Canberra this week at the first Junior Wallabies selection camp.

One of Australia’s well-known brands is teaming with NSW Rugby in a new deal announced today.

The NSW Waratahs today unveiled the full squad for the 2019 Super Rugby season, with Head Coach Daryl Gibson making the final announcements to the line up.
The NSW Waratahs have today announced a player swap with the Queensland Reds with Karmichael Hunt confirming his move to Sydney for the 2019 Super Rugby season.
Preparation for the upcoming Super W competition will go up a notch when the NSW Women’s team takes on the Brumbies Women next month.
Coach development is one of the key priorities for NSW Rugby in 2019 and as part of the goal to develop more coaches, the organisation facilitated courses for men and women recently.
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