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December 2017
NSW Rugby and Rugby Australia today mourns the loss of Ken Catchpole who has passed away at the age of 78.
The NSW Waratahs brought the festive cheer to the kids in the Starlight Room at Sydney Children’s Hospital today.
More boys and juniors are playing rugby in country New South Wales coupled with an increase in the number of girls playing the game in 2017.

It wasn’t only the BBQ that was sizzling at the Wallamba Bulls Women’s 7’s Gala Day in Nabiac as women from all over the Lower-Mid North Coast got the opportunity to play some competitive Sevens Rugby.

Today it was announced that Vodafone Super Rugby veteran Mitch Chapman will take up a new role as Head Coach of Referees for Rugby Australia.

Wallabies winger Curtis Rona has committed to playing rugby union, and will move to Sydney in January to take up a two-year contract with the NSW Waratahs.

A number of NSW Youth Boys and Girls have been named to represent Australia at the World School Sevens Championships in Auckland this weekend.

A number of aspiring NSW tight-five players have been named in the TracTahs development programme for the coming year.
The fitness levels of first and second-year Generation Blue players were put to the test when they joined the NSW Waratahs players for a combined conditioning session this week.
The iconic Sydney Cricket Ground will host the NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds in a symbolic Super Rugby match next year.
NSW sides have left their mark on the 2017 National Youth Sevens Championships, with boys and girls sides claiming one top spot and a runner-up from a weekend of competition at Brisbane’s Ballymore Park.
A desire to return to the community is at the heart of the decision by NSW Rugby and the NSW Waratahs to relocate to a facility that will become the hub of rugby union in the State.
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