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Waratahs vs Sunwolves: Super Rugby live scores, blog

7th July, 2018


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Waratahs vs Sunwolves

Super Rugby, 7 July, 2018

Allianz Stadium
Fulltime - Waratahs 77, Sunwolves 25
Waratahs   Sunwolves
12 TRIES 3
Referee: Federico Anselmi
Touch judges: Will Houston & James Leckie
TMO: Damien Mitchelmore
When: 7:45pm AEST
Where: Allianz Stadium, Sydney
TV: Fox Footy

1. Tom Robertson
2. Damien Fitzpatrick
3. Sekope Kepu
4. Jed Holloway
5. Rob Simmons
6. Ned Hanigan
7. Will Miller
8. Michael Wells
9. Nick Phipps
10. Bernard Foley
11. Taqele Naiyaravoro
12. Kurtley Beale
13. Curtis Rona
14. Cameron Clark
15. Israel Folau
16. Silatolu Latu
17. Harry Johnson-Holmes
18. Paddy Ryan
19. Thomas Staniforth
20. Brad Wilkin
21. Jake Gordon
22. Bryce Hegarty
23. Alex Newsome

1. Craig Millar
2. Jaba Bregvadze
3. Takuma Asahara
4. James Moore
5. Grant Hattingh
6. Michael Leitch
7. Ed Quirk
8. Kazuki Himeno
9. Yutaka Nagare
10. Hayden Parker
11. Akihito Yamada
12. Michael Little
13. Jason Emery
14. Semisi Masirewa
15. Ryuji Noguchi
16. Yusuke Niwai
17. Keita Inagaki
18. Hencus van Wyk
19. Wimpie van der Walt
20. Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco
21. Fumiaki Tanaka
22. Rikiya Matsuda
23. Ryoto Nakamura
The Waratah's Israel Folau celebrates a try. (Photo by Speed Media/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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7th July, 2018

The Waratahs host the Sunwolves Saturday night at Allianz Stadium, Sydney. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting from 7:45pm AEST.

Heading towards the end of the season, Daryl Gibson’s Waratahs have surprised most pundits by skyrocketing to the top of the Australian conference.

Last week, they won a hotly contested match against an enterprising Rebels despite missing Michael Hooper and Israel Folau.

Folau is back today and will want to make up for lost time due to a one game ban. The Sunwolves are having yet another unsuccessful season, emulating the fortunes of the Western Force of old.

Japanese national coach Jamie Joseph is also at the help of the Sunwolves, has delivered noticeable improvements, winning three games so far this season.

The good news coming into this one for the Waratahs is that the result doesn’t really matter a great deal. The Rebels’ loss last night means they’re a certainty to finish on top of the conference.

The only way they could botch it from here is if the Tahs were to fall woefully short of the win in both remaining matches while the Rebels get a bonus-point win in the final week.

They’re the only team in the Australian conference with a positive points difference – up 69 – so it’s fair to say they deserve to be top dogs.

The Sunwolves, meanwhile, are the lowest-ranked team in the Australian conference and have the least wins of any side in the Super Rugby competition.


Things are set up well for the Tahs to get a win and put the conference victory beyond doubt.

The Sunwolves have not won an away game yet. It is unlikely to change today, especially against an in-form Waratahs.

Waratahs by at 13