• Devastating Drua down Country to lift groundbreaking title

    A thrilling finale to the 2018 NRC competition has seen the Fijian Drua claim an inaugural title, with a 36-26 defeat of reigning champions Queensland Country in rain-soaked Lautoka.

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  • NSW Waratahs’ 2019 ‘Grand Tour’ finalised

    The grounds to be used for the NSW Waratahs’ first year without a permanent home have been finalised, with 2019 seeing four different hosting venues across the eight regular season fixtures, and the first Super Rugby game ever held by the team outside of Sydney.

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  • VIDEO: Folau at 13 as Cheika shuffles his deck for Bledisloe 3

    The Wallabies have announced their initial 24-man squad for this weekend’s Bledisloe Cup clash with the All Blacks in Japan, and coach Michael Cheika has made some intriguing tweaks to his backline with Israel Folau to start his first test in the no.13 jersey.

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  • Andrew Deegan: Back on deck, back on track, and loving it!

    Being called Andrew and helping to lead the Western Force back into the limelight seems to be in vogue right now. But while Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is busy putting his money where his mouth is and delivering off the field for rugby fans in Western Australia, it’s his on-field namesake Andrew Deegan that is doing to plenty to validate those efforts to preserve the Force’s long-term status.

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  • Successful Colts coach Hadley Jackson handed the reins at Randwick

    The new era at Randwick Rugby Club is well and truly underway, with the announcement today that successful 2018 Colts 1st Grade head coach Hadley Jackson has been promoted to the role of 1st Grade head coach for the 2019 Intrust Super Shute Shield season.

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  • Rookie Holloway named in Wallaby squad for Bledisloe 3 in Japan

    It’s taken longer than expected due to an injury-hampered couple of seasons, but Southern Districts and NSW Waratahs loose forward Jed Holloway has finally got the Wallabies call-up his talents promised when he first burst onto the Super Rugby scene for New South Wales.

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  • Waratahs to go west in 2019

    The NSW Waratahs have today announced that they will be taking three of their regular home games to Western Sydney for the 2019 Super Rugby season.

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  • An enforcer and a gentleman: Here’s to you, Rob Horne (Part Two)

    After his impressive debut season for the Waratahs in 2008, Horne got further recognition at national level through a stint with the Aussie Sevens, and then the Australia U20’s team, and returned to cement a starting role with the Tahs the following year. The only thing that prevented him from going on to become a genuine superstar was his body.

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  • An enforcer and a gentleman: Here’s to you, Rob Horne (Part One)

    There are certain moments in a life of watching live sport that just stick with you. In terms of rugby, the more obvious ones are usually an exhilarating try, a derby win, a memorable grand final performance and the trophy celebrations that follow, or a prop going 50 and diving home to the shock of everyone including his or her self. But in such a collision sport, the truth is that nothing quite gets the heart racing, or the crowd squealing with delight, like a brutally beautiful bell-ringing tackle.

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  • Experienced McCormack to boost Randwick coaching team

    Experienced coach Ben McCormack has been appointed as Randwick’s Club Coach, the club have revealed today. Most recently a vital cog in Warringah’s run to the Shute Shield grand final

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Derby win has re-ignited the Eagles and their coach

The haunted look of shock and confusion was writ large over Darren Coleman’s face. You see, his team’s simply don’t lose by 50pt margins, so when asked after Wednesday night’s derby win over the Sydney Rays to reflect on what exactly had happened the previous weekend in Mudgee, when the NSW Country Eagles had fallen by the reprehensible scoreline of 62-7 to Melbourne Rising, his genuine look of bewilderment in trying to fathom the reasons why, was somewhat understandable.

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2018 Jack Scott Cup Grand Final: Meet the Teams – Warringah

Reigning Premiers Warringah go into tomorrow’s Jack Scott Cup decider without influential skipper Emily Robinson, and having lost both times to opponents Sydney University in the regular season. But nobody was giving them much of a chance last year either and look what happened. Ratettes joint head coaches Ryan Trbojevich and Tui Ormsby take us through their matchday 23 for tomorrow’s  grand final showdown…

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