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October 2018
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.
The search for Sydney’s first win in the NRC continues after their 63-15 loss to the Western Force at UWA Sports Park in Perth.
September 2018
The Fijian Drua put on a masterclass display in wet conditions in Suva to beat NSW Country Eagles 48-7. The Fijians were full of running and made the most of every opportunity offered.
NSW has 13 players in the Australian Schoolboys side and a further 11 youngsters in the Australian Barbarians side for internationals against their New Zealand and Tongan counterparts next week.
The rugby action continues this weekend when the Under 15s and Under 16s vie for championship titles across NSW and Queensland.
Country finals have wrapped up and what a season it was. Across the nine Country Rugby zones, there were 46 grand finals over six weeks.
Both Sydney and NSW Country endured heartbreaking losses on the weekend to Fiji and Canberra Vikings respectively. But their attention now switches to their upcoming fixtures this weekend, where they will hope to go the distance. A must win encounter for NSW Country if they want to make the 2018 finals. 
The draw for the inaugural U19 Rugby Championship (URC) has been confirmed, kicking off on Saturday 29 September at Viking Park in Canberra.

NSW Country will be aiming for an Armidale Double tomorrow afternoon, while Sydney have another jammed pack day of rugby at Concord Oval.

 

Sydney Women will take on NSW Country Women in their first of two exhibition clashes at 1310 AEST at Concord Oval.

Country finals rugby wrap up this weekend, and it’s all happening on the Lower Mid North Coast on Saturday.
On a night that acknowledged rugby from the beach to the bush, it also highlighted the tremendous contribution of the game’s volunteers.
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