Posts Tagged "New South Wales Waratahs"
Allianz Stadium was a strange place to be on Friday night.
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Waratahs CEO Jason Allen has announced his decision to move on from the organisation, following four years at the helm.
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Three days on, and it’s still difficult to think of a Super Rugby decider that tops the Waratahs’ last-minute triumph over the Crusaders in Sydney on Saturday night.
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So here we are. After an eye-opening season that has provided one of the most contested races for the right to play in the top six, the Waratahs have finally made good of their promise and have brought home the Super Rugby trophy.
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MATCH RESULT: The Waratahs have capped off an impressive season with a dominant performance against the Reds.
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The Queensland Reds’ 2011 success seems so long ago. Once again the proud rugby state flounders at the bottom of the table, but the Waratahs should be on alert.
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NSW coaches Laurie Daley and Michael Cheika face a double dose of intensity over the next four days at Suncorp Stadium, the cauldron of Queensland rugby league and rugby union.
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There’s only one team that can deny Michael Cheika’s Waratahs their first Super title, and that’s his own.
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The NSW Waratahs are facing a massive test in their match against the Wellington Hurricanes. The Tahs are riding in 6th position on the ladder and the Hurricanes are leading the New Zealand conference.
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At the Waratahs home game last week the silence was loud. When I cheered “Go the Tahs!” my mate told me to scale it back, presumably for fear of embarrassment. He’s the worst fan in the world, and he’s a classic Tah fan.
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Roy Masters, one of the great sports writers of his generation, is wrong when he argues that the criticism of Benji Marshall’s play as a rugby number 10 is due to rahs rahs trying to justify the claims that their game is far too complex for league players to master quickly.
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Over the weekend, four South African franchises started their 2014 Super Rugby tournament with two tremendous matches. The challenge has now been set for the other conferences to match the standard of intensity, excitement, aggressive running and tackling.
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The scoreline at the SFS on Friday was Waratahs 33 – Blues 12, a five tries to two thrashing that could have been ever bigger if some luck had run the way of the Waratahs.
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Why on earth do I put myself through this every week? I spend the week convincing myself that there is no chance of being beaten – we clearly have the superior side, our form shows we should win, my fortune reader told me so.
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One point separates the Brumbies and the Reds at the top of the Australian Super Rugby conference. The Waratahs may be ten points behind the Reds in third, but will be looking for an upset when they host the first-placed Brumbies on Saturday.
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I have two excellent books at home, each based on the men who first captained the Wallabies and Kangaroos respectively. For interest, our first ever Wallaby captain was centre Frank Row in 1899.
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Good things come to those who wait. The Western Force’s David Harvey knows this all too well.
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Here is my match-by-match statistical analysis of the Australian sides in round two of the 2012 Super Rugby season.
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This is the second part of my assessment of which of the Australian teams will perform best in 2012.
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In the business world, managing expectations is a crucial ability. Estimates are supplied to a project manager, who takes into account the resources we have at our disposal, our ability and experience, the complexity of the task at hand, and any potential roadblocks that could stop a timely delivery.
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