Waratahs Women announce team heading to Bathurst


21/03/2019



By NSW Rugby Media

NSW Waratahs Women are taking their final home game of the regular Super W season to the country.

The team travel to the Central West this weekend where they’ll face Melbourne Rebels Women at Bathurst on Sunday. ¬¬¬

The team has won three from three and the team is aiming to maintain their unblemished record.

“It’s important we finish the regular season with a win,” said Head Coach Matt Evrard.

“This is not the time to get complacent. Even though we’re through to the finals we need to keep the momentum going as we approach the decision end of the season,”

Evrard said the team was looking forward to playing at Bathurst.

“There’s players in the team who got their start in the central west and they’re excited to be going home.

“Just like our men’s team, we’re proud to take our top-tier competition around the regions.

“The Central West is a supportive community with a proud rugby history. We’re looking forward to it.”

While in Bathurst, the Waratahs Women will attend a girls Combine on Saturday where young rugby players aged between 15-18 can participate in skill testing and contact assessment with Waratahs Women players. The event will take place between 4-6pm at Anne Ashwood Park, Hereford Street Bathurst.

The NSW Waratahs Women take on Melbourne Rebels Women on Sunday 24 March at 3pm. Tickets are available at the game with all NSW Waratahs members and registered junior season pass holders getting in for free. Full Details



Number

Name

Club

Caps

1

Emily Robinson

Warringah

8

2

Tasmin Sheppard

Sydney Uni

8

3

Evelyn Horomia

Western Sydney Two Blues

8

4

Ana-Lise Sio

Western Sydney Two Blues

7

5

Sera Naiqama

Sydney Uni

3

6

Alexandra Sulusi (vc)

Western Sydney Two Blues

3

7

Emily Chancellor

Sydney Uni

3

8

Grace Hamilton (vc)

Sydney Uni

8

9

Katrina Barker

Newcastle Waratahs

6

10

Chloe Leaupepe

Warringah

8

11

Shanice Parker

Warringah

8

12

Arabella McKenzie

Randwick

3

13

Crystal Maguire

Warringah

7

14

Maya Stewart

Newcastle Waratahs

3

15

Ashleigh Hewson ©

Sydney Uni

7

16

Melissa Fatu

Western Sydney Two Blues

6

17

Matalena Wilson

Warringah

1

18

Tisera Volkman

Sydney Uni

Debut

19

Pareake O'Brien

Western Sydney Two Blues

3

20

Fi Jones

Sydney Uni

5

21

Phoebe Loughhead

Eastern Suburbs

Debut

22

Mahalia Murphy

Campbelltown Harlequins

1

23

Kennedy Cherrington

Randwick

6



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