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Georgina Robinson

Georgina Robinson is a Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

Rugby

NSW Waratahs will stick with high-octane plan for Super Rugby clash with Bulls

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs refuse to change their ways, despite the considerable risks associated with their approach.

Rugby

Waratahs face make or break three-week run

Adam Ashley-Cooper

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs face a season-defining next three weeks as they prepare for two home games and their first clash with a New Zealand side.

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Michael Cheika sticks with winning Waratahs line-up for grudge match against Brumbies

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs will throw their full attacking arsenal at the Brumbies in what coach Michael Cheika predicts will be an epic clash of footballing styles in Canberra this weekend.

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Waratahs hard man Wycliff Palu wary of Brumbies trip

Taking nothing for granted: Wycliff Palu.

Georgina Robinson The Waratahs hard man has grown to dread the three-hour bus ride down the Hume Highway to Canberra, not least because wins there have been so hard to come by for NSW.

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Wallabies partners prepare to face off in grudge match

Reunion: Michael Hooper will be on the same field as Wallabies partner Scott Fardy again in Canberra on Saturday, but this time the breakaways will be on opposing sides.

Georgina Robinson The NSW incursion into Brumbies territory on Saturday will see the reunion of one of the Wallabies' most successful partnerships in 2013.

THE BREAKDOWN

Carter takes his leave with a wry look back

Georgina Robinson

Georgina Robinson In the annual migration of cattle across provinces and continents, a few players are saying their final goodbyes this week.

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Where there's a Will there's a way for White

Nic White

Georgina Robinson Nic White spent a good few years trying to ape the inimitable style of world-class Wallabies halfback Will Genia. It turned him into a highly competent footballer but not an excellent one.

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Rugby

Waratahs wary of Kings ambush

Michael Cheika

Georgina Robinson PORT ELIZABETH: Officially it is known as the "friendly city" but there is a distinct feeling the Waratahs are walking around the sleepy Eastern Cape hamlet with a target on their backs.

Rebel no more: Beale to stay in Sydney after rehabilitation

Kurtley Beale

Georgina Robinson Kurtley Beale appears to have played in a Rebels jersey for the last time after deciding to continue his rehabilitation in Sydney during the coming weeks.

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Rugby

Weary Tahs do enough to double up

tahs

Georgina Robinson THE Waratahs survived a determined Rebels fightback to make it two wins on the trot in Sydney last night and retain the Weary Dunlop Shield.

Rugby

Waratahs build forward game to meet Crusaders' merciless scrum

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 21:  Zac Guildford of the Crusaders is tackled during the round nine Super Rugby match between the Hurricanes and the Crusaders at Westpac Stadium on April 21, 2012 in Wellington, New Zealand.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Georgina Robinson IF YOU thought a 26-second try was an impressive start out of the blocks for the Waratahs, go back and watch the first half of the Crusaders playing the Hurricanes in Wellington.

Coach just concentrating on keeping Tahs motivated

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 24: Richard Stanford chats with Michael Foley during the Waratahs training session at Westerford High School on May 24, 2012 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Georgina Robinson WARATAHS coach Michael Foley did not want to talk about his future in the wake of a fifth straight Super Rugby loss over the weekend.

Foley willing to play second fiddle at Tahs despite players' backing

The Warratah Rugby Union team flew home today from Johanesberg landing in Sydney International airport.Michael Foley.Photograph by Dean Sewell.S.M.H.Sport.Taken Monday 28th May 2012.

Georgina Robinson WARATAHS coach Michael Foley says he would consider returning to an assistant coaching role with NSW if that scenario were put to him by officials in coming weeks.

Rugby

Gaffney blames injuries and inexperience for Tahs failings, not Foley

Alan Gaffney.

Georgina Robinson VETERAN Waratahs assistant coach Alan Gaffney says the dogs should be called off his senior colleague Michael Foley and the blame placed elsewhere for the team's woeful performance this season.

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Foley's the best man for top job - Mitchell

Waratahs training at the Busloop S.C.G  Chris Alcock, Lachie Turner, Bernard Foley and Drew Mitchell.Wednesday May 2nd 2012.Pictures Steve Christo

Georgina Robinson ONE thing can be said for the Waratahs. With their season falling down around them the squad is maintaining a united front.

It's broke, time to fix it, says downhearted Palu

Wycliff Palu

Georgina Robinson A FOUR-WEEK rest has morphed into a month of soul-searching for the Waratahs after veteran forward Wycliff Palu pleaded with his teammates to turn the microscopes on themselves after the side's 10th...

Rugby

Canes blow away Tahs

Dave Dennis

Georgina Robinson MICHAEL FOLEY will face fresh scrutiny following the Waratahs’ sixth straight loss in front of a dwindling home crowd in Sydney last night.

Foley called on to explain Waratahs' woeful season

Michael Foley

Georgina Robinson WARATAHS coach Michael Foley will front the NSW Rugby board today to account for his side's woeful performance this season.

Rugby

Hart in right place, but little else is for Waratahs

Grayson Hart

Georgina Robinson AT LEAST one bit of good news can be reported from Moore Park after the Waratahs' seventh straight loss on Saturday night.

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Waratahs a stepping stone on Crusaders' path to top

Palu

Georgina Robinson THE Crusaders hope a big hit-out against the Waratahs will put them on a course for recapturing the side's Super Rugby glory of seasons past, Test No.8 Kieran Read said.