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December 2018
The NSW Sevens squads have returned home after a successful campaign up in Ballymore over the weekend winning 2x gold and 2x silver medals.
AUS 17-5 IRE
Match played in Dublin – Ireland
New South Wales Rugby Union has welcomed the recent announcement by NSW Government of the appointment of a construction contractor for the redevelopment of Allianz Stadium.
Five finalists to win the 2018 Academic Achievement Award, with the winner to be announced at the Volvo-RUPA Awards Luncheon next Wednesday, December 12.
NSW Waratahs flanker Will Miller is one of five finalists in the category for Newcomer of the Year ahead of the Rugby Union Players’ Association’s 2018 function.
November 2018
NSW Rugby’s official charity, the NSW Positive Rugby Foundation along with mental health organisation batyr, have trained up local community volunteers in regional NSW to help tackle mental health in their local communities.
Rugby in New South Wales enters an exciting new era following the announcement today of a multi-million dollar investment from the NSW Government.
The best of NSW will represent the State at the National Sevens championships in Brisbane next week following confirmation of the squads.
The 2019 Shute Shield draw has been announced with some mouth-watering fixtures on the cards.
The NSW Waratahs’ team of coaches was finalised today with the confirmation of Steve Tandy as defence coach.
NSW Rugby Union’s official charity, the NSW Positive Rugby Foundation, is partnering with youth mental health organisation, batyr to launch the Get Talkin’ Tour , which kicks of this Friday and Saturday in Orange.
NSW Rugby today confirmed the management group for the 2019 Super W campaign.
The next generation of NSW players assembled at the NSW Waratahs’ headquarters in Daceyville this week for the start of the 2019 development programme.
Dynamic backrower Jack Dempsey has re-signed with Rugby Australia and the NSW Waratahs on a two-year deal to keep him in Australian Rugby until at least 2020.
The State’s best young Sevens talent will battle it out for a spot in the final squad of 24 to represent NSW at the National Youth Championships.
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