NSW Waratahs
  • The run home for Aussie S14 contenders

    With the teams now rounding the bend and about to enter the home straight of this year’s Super 14, I thought it timely to have a look at the run home of the three Australian finals contenders. It is interesting the three teams at the head of the table are yet to...

  • Tahs vs Stormers Live Score

    Live updates will start 19.30 AEST. Re-live every cocked up backline move below:

  • Tahs vs Stormers preview & teams

    As the weeks roll on, it becomes increasingly foolish to tip against the Tahs. Love em or hate ‘em, they’re showing a quality missing in the rest of the Aussie sides at the moment, and that’s the ability to win. I sense the tide of opinion may have turned a little, from...

  • The Best in Australia by the numbers

    After half a packet of Tim Tams and five Rum and Cokes, I’ve done some data sets based on various criteria to see how each of the Australian provinces and individual Australian players are going thus far in the Super 14 for this year. Looking the above data, the thing that stands...

  • Wallaby coach on the ‘Sabbatical’ debate

    Incoming Wallaby skills coach, Richard Graham, has given his support to top line players taking short-term overseas contracts as a way of improving their skills and re-invigorating themselves. Graham took a longer term view about player development, distinctly opposed to the short term view recently put forward by former All Black, Christian...

  • The Burgwan is back

    He only played the first half due to a corked thigh, but great news for the Tahs and Wallabies rugby is that Luke Burgess seems to be hitting form again. It’s pretty fitting as it was against the Blues last year that the Burgwan first took his chance for stardom by turning...

  • Another horror show?

    From an Aussie perspective, last weekend’s super 14 was an unmitigated disaster. The Brumbies gave the Lions their 4th ever S14 win and both the Force and Tahs lost at home. Even worse was the error strewn manner in which all three teams gave away their matches. So what about this week?...

  • Who’s the best attacking Australian player?

    Based on the criteria below, I guess it’s down to Drew Mitchell, Diggers, Cliffy and David Pocock. Surprisingly for me is Scott Higginbotham, playing his first full season and featuring in both tables…onya Higgers!!! I love stats.

  • They should be Tah’d and feathered.

    With the vultures now circling the Tahs season this year and the team showing no signs of...

  • Tahs vs ‘Saders live score

    NSW Waratahs 13 Crusaders 17 Full time 4 min – Tahs camped in saders 22. Last passes not sticking but ball being given width 7 min – Tahs scrum in own 22 smashes saders and Burgess forces turn over. Top kick from Beale Tahs looking to get ball to Tuqiri whenever possible...

  • Tahs vs Saders preview

    This week has told you something about the Australian psyche. The Waratahs are literally coming first on the Super 14 ladder. And yet, from the bagging that they, and particularly the fly-half Kurtley Beale has been getting, you’d think they were coming ninth or tenth like the Force or Reds. I’m not...

  • Australian Super 14 Team of week 5

    1. Benn Robinson (Tahs) – Has gotten the better of his opposite numbers two weeks in a row and shown that he is the number one, no. 1 in the country. More often than not he was scrumming against two opponents, as George Smith would slide up along side the under pressure...

  • Super 14 Aussie match highlights

    Below are the various video highlights from the Aussie Super 14 matches. Something to do at work on a Monday morning!

  • Super 14 tries of the week round 5

    Fox won’t let me watch it in the UK, but I believe below are are tries of the week from round 5 Super 14 video highlights. Let me have any feedback about whether they’re working or not.

  • Brumbies vs Tahs live score

    Full Time BRUMBIES 21 WARATAHS 11 Click read more for live plays.

  • Brumbies vs Tahs preview

    This friday offers the next juicy Aussie derby and it gets more intriguing and less predictable as the days go by. How the mighty have fallen – in just two weeks. On the strength on one loss (albiet a dicking at home) and a week to stew on it, the Brumbies have...

  • Dear Queenslanders

    While you begin the week still pissed off about the “free flowing” Reds getting clinically turned over by the almost “pommy-like” Tahs on Friday night, I wanted to give you a thought that’ll turn those frowns upside down, and actually help you rejoice in the fact that the cockroaches turned you over...

  • Juan’s Wallabies

    We are approximately a quarter of the way through the competition so it is timely to give Robbie Deans a hand and let him know what a Wallaby 22 would look like, based on this seasons’ form, if the Wallabies were playing a test match next week. 1. Benn Robinson (Tahs) –...