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Georgina Robinson

Georgina Robinson is a Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Waratahs confident they can battle on despite latest ban

Georgina Robinson They have lost their third player in two games to disciplinary bans but NSW captain Dave Dennis insists the Waratahs will stay positive heading into their penultimate regular season clash in...

Yellow cards cost Waratahs dearly against Lions

Nabbed: Bernard Foley of the Waratahs attempts to split the Lions defence.

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs have again slammed the frequent use of stoppages in Super Rugby after a bonus point loss to the Lions left them clinging to top spot in the Australian conference overnight.

David Pocock is the Wallabies' secret weapon against England, says Lewis Moody

Lewis Moody pictured with the Webb Ellis trophy in London.

Georgina Robinson Michael Hooper may be the Wallabies' point of difference but England's three-time World Cup veteran Lewis "Mad Dog" Moody believes David Pocock is the one to upset the apple cart in the Wallabies'...

NSW Waratahs fail in bid to appeal Tolu Latu and Will Skelton bans

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs failed in their bid to have four and two-week bans against Tolu Latu and Will Skelton respectively quashed on appeal.

Complacency against Lions not an option for focused Waratahs, says Kurtley Beale

Georgina Robinson Kurtley Beale says the Waratahs have steeled themselves against complacency heading into a vital highveld clash with the "dangerous" Lions in Johannesburg.

NSW captain Dave Dennis welcomes Dean Mumm return in Waratahs' hour of need

Improver: Dean Mumm is in the running for a Wallabies jersey.

Georgina Robinson Dean Mumm will turn out for the Waratahs for the first time in three years in Johannesburg this weekend. His former teammate Dave Dennis has seen a change in the 33-Test former Wallaby.

Writing was on the wall for Waratahs: Tip tackle in SANZAR's sights

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Georgina Robinson Tips for young players: say sorry and say it early. Super Rugby's governing body SANZAR are gunning for the tip tackle this season. Will Skelton and Tolu Latu have learnt that the hard way.

NSW Waratahs rookie Hugh Roach faces biggest game of his career

Big test: New NSW hooker Hugh Roach has a big job ahead of him.

Georgina Robinson It was all going so well. How one tackle has the potential to turn the Waratahs' hard-fought season on its head.

Stephen Hoiles says stoppages 'a blight on the game' after Waratahs win

Unhappy: Tolu Latu (left) and David Dennis of the Waratahs look dejected as referee Marius van der Westhuizen shows Latu a yellow card during the match between the Waratahs and the Crusaders at ANZ Stadium.

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs will fight to keep key forwards Will Skelton and Tolu Latu on the field after both were cited over alleged foul play.

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Jacques Potgieter offers new Waratahs enforcer Will Skelton some advice

Giant frame: Waratahs player Will Skelton during training at Moore Park.

Georgina Robinson Jacques Potgieter has a message for Will Skelton: throw your weight around but pick your moments.

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NSW Waratahs face search for hooker after Tolu Latu, Will Skelton cited over lifting tackle

Tolu Latu is sent to the bin by referee Marius van der Westhuizen.

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs will spend two crucial rest days desperately hunting for a hooker after Tolu Latu and Will Skelton were cited for a lifting tackle on Crusaders second rower Sam Whitelock on Saturday.

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NSW Waratahs survive Crusaders fightback to top Australian conference

On the fly: Michael Hooper evades the tackle of Colin Slade.

Georgina Robinson A defiant Waratahs win will not silence questions about the champions' campaign, but it will prove beyond doubt that they possess belligerence in spades.

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Grand final rematch pits Dan Carter against Bernard Foley in World Cup preview

Heading off: Bernard Foley needs every game he can find in preparation for his first World Cup.

Georgina Robinson Saturday's grand final rematch pits the Kiwi old master against the Australian upstart. All Blacks legend Andrew Mehrtens believes Dan Carter and Bernard Foley will be wearing their countries' No.

NSW Waratahs win could draw veil on decade of Crusaders dominance

Sticking around: Dave Dennis.

Georgina Robinson Was last year's final a blip or is the age of the Crusaders coming to an end?

NSW Waratahs flanker Michael Hooper hits the road on a new hog

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Georgina Robinson Michael Hooper's new Harley, more rumblings in Queensland and the Pumas set for Sydney.

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Future of NSW Waratahs winger Taqele Naiyaravoro up in the air

Taqele Naiyaravoro of the Waratahs.

Georgina Robinson Will he or won't he? Intrigue heightens around Taqele Naiyaravoro's future.

NSW Waratahs lose Tatafu Polota-Nau for three weeks over concussion fears

Rested: Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau.

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs are taking a gamble on the rest of the regular season, opting to rest concussion-prone Tatafu Polota-Nau for their crucial next three games.

Waratahs' Taqele Naiyaravoro says Wallabies cap would keep him in Australia

Odwa Ndungane of the Sharks looks dejected as Rob Horne, Michael Hooper, Taqele Naiyaravoro, Kurtley Beale and Bernard Foley of the Waratahs celebrate after Foley scored a try during the round 14 Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Sharks at Allianz Stadium.

Georgina Robinson Waratahs winger Taqele Naiyaravoro says a Wallabies debut would keep him in Australia but rejected comparisons with All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu.

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NSW Waratahs expecting vengeful Crusaders in grand final rematch

Nick Phipps of the Waratahs gets a pass away against the Sharks on Saturday night.

Georgina Robinson Is just winning enough for the Waratahs as they face their final four games in the regular season?

Australian women's sevens side sets sights on Rio Olympics qualification

Triumphant: Australia women's sevens team hold aloft the trophy at Twickenham.

Georgina Robinson Australia's women sevens team is one tournament away from a historic first ever Olympic Games after winning the penultimate tournament in London at the weekend.

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