Rupert Guinness As the coaching career of former Wallaby Justin Harrison continues to rise, so does the ambition of his French club, Narbonne, who are no longer seen as cellar dwellers but real contenders after an...
Georgina Robinson What a difference a year makes. Just two players that started this round for the Waratahs back line last season still remain.
Georgina Robinson BRENDAN McKIBBIN and Berrick Barnes knew they had serious work to do after losing to the Chiefs in New Zealand a little more than two weeks ago.
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Saturday 7.40pm (AEST)
NSW skipper Rocky Elsom is set to play his first Super Rugby game for the Waratahs since 2008 after being named on an eight-man bench for the clash against the Melbourne Rebels on Saturday night at...
Paul Cully There are few things as hard to shake in rugby as a perception.
James Polson The Twitter outlaw, James Polson, casts aside his maroon-and-white mungo bias to bring you all the action from Allianz Stadium.
Georgina Robinson THE Waratahs face preparing for wildcard contenders the Crusaders without two key backs as injury and a suspension marred an important derby victory at the weekend.
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, 4.10pm (AEST)
Greg Growden THERE'S no point asking most of the Waratahs what is the key to beating the Crusaders, because they haven't got a clue.
Dominic Bossi THE Waratahs have again delayed naming their run-on side to take on the Crusaders today, but Berrick Barnes will play after overcoming a week disrupted by illness.
James Polson Join the Twitter outlaw, James Polson, for another afternoon belter between the Tahs and Crusaders.
Greg Growden THE Waratahs are looking across the Tasman for a midfielder who can play at five-eighth and fullback after missing out on Reds utility Ben Lucas.
Canberra Stadium, Canberra, Saturday 7.40pm (AEST)
Greg Growden THE WARATAHS will react to their embarrassing loss to the Brumbies by making up to seven changes, including the promotion of Sarel Pretorius and the demotion of Tom Carter, for Friday night's game...
Ben Horne Just as time is running out on their Super Rugby season, the NSW Waratahs are racing the clock to master new combinations after coach Michael Foley made drastic changes for tomorrow night's clash...
Greg Growden ALAN GAFFNEY'S many years coaching in Australia, Ireland and Britain have taught him that teams crucify themselves if they mess up their attacking opportunities.
Greg Growden THE Waratahs' South African halfback Sarel Pretorius has told his teammates the only way to beat the Bulls is to be physical - and the selectors have responded by bolstering their arsenal for Friday...
Greg Growden 1. Take advantage of any opposition leg-up
Georgina Robinson THE Waratahs are preparing for a bruising battle that will be as tactical as it is physical against the Bulls tonight - and a warning to Sydney fans: there will be kicking.