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May 2019
The NSW Waratahs have named an unchanged starting XV for their clash with the Jaguares at Bankwest Stadium in Round 15 of Vodafone Super Rugby.
The NSW Waratahs have unveiled their inaugural Indigenous playing strip ahead of Saturday’s Vodafone Super Rugby clash with the Jaguares at Bankwest Stadium.
What a splendid day of rugby it was between the two big rivals: Oakhill College and Scots College. Oakhill went into the game hoping to turn the season around, and Scots needed a tough challenge to prepare them for the GPS season ahead. However, both teams knew they were in for a very hard and physical game at Oakhill’s Damien Oval.
NSW Juniors are delighted to welcome the support of the NSW Positive Rugby Foundation as the naming sponsor for the 2019 NSWJRU State Championships. The Positive Rugby Foundation is the official charity and social impact program of NSW Rugby and exists to make a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of rugby communities in NSW as well as enable more people to experience the core values, life skills and opportunities unique to rugby.
The NSW Waratahs have named their side that will travel across the border to take on rivals the Queensland Reds in round 14 of the Vodafone Super Rugby.

Looking for their 11th consecutive win against the Reds, the NSW Waratahs have made some changes to the staring XV.
Last weekend saw the competition turn on its head. There are no longer any undefeated sides in the competition and only two points separate 10th place and the coveted 6th place on the ladder. 2019 is shaping as one of the most intriguing seasons of the Intrust Super Shute Shield and it’s still anyone’s game. With a few changes to the sides, let’s see who will make their mark in Round 6.
The NSW Waratahs have named their team to take on the Lions in Johannesburg for round 13 of the Vodafone Super Rugby. NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson said the margins are so close at the moment, a key focus area will be getting off to a good start. “The margins are very fine and what has been pleasing for me is that we’ve been in it for every game we’ve played. “In the last couple of games we have given up leads at the start and that is going to be something we want focus on, making sure we start, we don’t give up a lead and have to chase,” said Gibson. Taking on their third consecutive South African team, Gibson said they are again expecting a physical encounter from the Lions, especially in front of a home crowd.
World Rugby has today announced that Australian match officials Angus Gardner and Nic Berry have been selected as referees for the Rugby World Cup in Japan, becoming the first Australian-born refs since 2007 to officiate at the quadrennial tournament. It is also the first time since 2003 that more than one Australian has been selected to referee at a Rugby World Cup.
Long standing New South Wales Waratahs servant Sekope Kepu has announced he has signed with London Irish when his contract with the NSW Waratahs finishes this year.
What a sensational day for playing rugby at St. Joseph's College - a typical Sydney sunny autumn day with perfect clear blue skies and temperature. With many Oakhill and Joey’s teams playing each other throughout the day, it was time for Oakhill’s First XV to play against Joey’s 2nd XV.
We head into Round 5 of the Intrust Super Shute Shield this May 4th weekend with no club has won more than 3 games, given the bye.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson has named his side that will take on the Bulls on Saturday night in South Africa.
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