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September 2019
Rugby Australia and Rural Aid have partnered together to create Rural Aid Round in Round 6 of the National Rugby Championship this season.
Every Saturday during the season, 16-year-old Adam and his Trytons mates gather at Nagle Park in Maroubra for skills training and a game of rugby.
NSW Rugby have selected three squads ahead of the Chikarovksi Cup in October.
August 2019
New South Wales Rugby (NSWRU) can confirm that Lalakai Foketi, Ned Hanigan and Jake Gordon will lead Sydney and the Country Eagles respectively in the 2019 National Rugby Championship (NRC).
The competition’s best from the regular season will fight it out for the Jack Scott Cup, as Sydney University take on Randwick Magic in this Saturday’s Grand Final.
Sydney and the NSW Country Eagles have named their respective teams ahead of their Round 1 clash at Apex Oval, Dubbo to kick off the National Rugby Championship (NRC).
New South Wales Waratah’s Principal Partner, Daikin have thrown their support behind Sydney in the lead up to their 2019 National Rugby Championship (NRC) campaign.
Terrigal High School were runaway winners of the 2019 Waratah Cup, defeating a brave Xavier Catholic College 38-7 during Wednesday’s final at TG Millner field.
The Australian rugby community is mourning the loss of 10-Test Wallabies back and New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) Honourary Life Member, Terry MacBride who passed away last Friday.
Schoolboy Rugby is back at Bankwest Stadium as a Test match curtain raiser between two of Sydney’s strongest Rugby schools, Waverley College (CAS) and St Augustine’s College (ISA) on Saturday 7 September.
Liam Rice has played a crucial role in getting junior rugby up and running in Bourke.
New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) has today confirmed squads for both Sydney and the Country Eagles for the 2019 National Rugby Championship (NRC).
It’s a massive few months for some of the state’s best and brightest as New South Wales Rugby’s (NSWRU) Generation Blue test themselves on a national stage.
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.
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