The Sydney University Football Club and the University of Queensland Rugby Club will renew an old rivalry when they meet for the Buildcorp Australian Club Championship bragging rights at the Sydney University Football Ground this Saturday, 14th March.
NSW Rugby Women and Girls Development Officer Claudia Bell was last night named as Young Achiever of the Year at the NSW Office of Sport Her Sport Her Way Awards.
Behind every great sporting club is a great team of support staff.
SUFC and the Classic Wallabies will be running a junior coaching clinic on Saturday 14th March ahead of the Buildcorp Australian Club Championship fixture.
Our Women's team have spent the past two Saturdays competing in 7s tournaments.
The Qantas Australian Men’s Sevens squad for the LA Sevens has been named with schoolboy prodigy Angus Bell and Stu Dunbar named in the touring squad for the Los Angeles leg of the Series, kicking off next weekend.
NSW Waratahs Women's Head Coach, Campbell Aitken has named his first match day squad for the 2020 Buildcorp Super W season.
Angus Bell, the son of former Wallabies hooker Mark Bell, is set to make his starting Super Rugby debut on Friday night against the Melbourne Rebels in a match coach Rob Penney says the group is "desperate" to win.
On Saturday 28th March all Grade teams will play in their final trial game against Eastern Suburbs at Woollahra Oval.
YOU ONLY GET ONE FIRST IMPRESSION
Former Wallaby Anthony Abrahams, one of the main instigators of a player-led boycott of a South African Rugby tour at the height of apartheid is one of four members of the Australian Rugby community to receive 2020 Australia Day Honours.
As the 2019 Sydney Premiers we host Brisbane Premiers, UQ for the Australian Club Championship at the SUFG (No.2 Oval) on Saturday 14th March. The day will also feature the Buildcorp Super W fixture between NSW and Western Force as well as Club Rugby Runners Up, Warringah v Brothers. There will be a host of entertainment and activities happening throughout the afternoon.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach, Campbell Aitken has finalised his squad for the 2020 Buildcorp Super W competition where the Tahs will be looking for an unprecedented third championship title in a row.
Congratulations to Angus Bell, Hugh Bokenham, Vincent Creagh, Sione Taufui and Harry Wilson who have all been included in the Junior Wallabies training camp of the year which takes place in Canberra this weekend.
Another season is just around the corner! To kick start the year we have the following trial matches confirmed;