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February 2019
NSW Waratahs Women have named 10 debutants as part of their side for the opening clash of the Buildcorp Super W, as they prepare to travel to Canberra to take on rivals the Brumbies.
NSW Waratahs stalwarts Daryl Gibson and Michael Hooper are preparing for a milestone match when they line up against the Sunwolves on Saturday in Tokyo, with both marking a 50th milestone with the Tahs.
A sold out Brookvale Oval set the scene for a close season opener of the 2019 Vodafone Super Rugby between the NSW Waratahs and the Wellington Hurricanes.

On the eve of the 2019 Super Rugby Season, the NSW Waratahs is pleased to announce leading global financial services provider and Australia’s second largest retail stockbroker, CMC Markets, signing on as a major sponsor for the sixth successive year.


NSW Rugby Union CEO, Andrew Hore, officially announced Former Governor of New South Wales, Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD, CVO, as the new patron of NSW Rugby at the 2019 season launch.
Four new faces will feature as part of the NSW Waratahs team named in the 2019 Vodafone Super Rugby season opener at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night against the Hurricanes.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson is staying on until the end of 2020, extending in his contract with NSWRU as he works to bring the next generation of rugby talent through.
Rugby star Israel Folau has officially extended his career in Australian Rugby in confirming a new deal with Rugby Australia and the NSW Waratahs.
The Australian Rugby community is in mourning after the passing of one-Test Wallaby and former NSW Waratahs player, Ken Yanz who passed away on Tuesday, aged 89.
Jack Dempsey will return to the NSW Waratahs starting XV when the team heads to Goulburn on Thursday to take on the Brumbies in their second and final trial ahead of the Super Rugby season.
In a historic first the 2019 #SuperSeason was officially launched in Sydney today with Vodafone Super Rugby and Buildcorp Super W teams sharing the spotlight.
One of NSW Rugby’s loyal supporters has extended their contract with the organisation and the NSW Waratahs.
NSW Women, the inaugural Super W champions, will take on the Brumbies Women to headline the opening round of the 2019 season, with the sides set to do battle at GIO Stadium, Canberra on Saturday 23 February.
NSW Waratahs halfback Nick Phipps today confirmed a move to the northern hemisphere later this year.
The NSW Women’s team’s preparation for the upcoming Super W season is well underway, with plenty of changes and new hopefuls making the squad of 30.
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