Matt Burke on Waratahs
Matt Burke Different jersey, different coach, different players but the same thing applies when the Waratahs run out at ANZ Stadium tomorrow night: a win is a must.
Matt Burke With only one win in this year's competition, the question for Waratahs coach Michael Foley is how he can get across to his players that they are on the right track.
Matt Burke With the last domestic international of the year behind us it would seem only fit to give some thought to the best of the best this year.
Matt Burke As we brush off the Super Rugby cobwebs, the Six Nations is in full swing, trying to find out who will be the champions of Europe.
Matt Burke Reading Peter FitzSimons' article in the Herald during the week, it struck me that what we once were is not what we are now. Fitz mentions how the other winter codes have left rugby behind.
Matt Burke There seem to be plenty of opinions about which players in the Australian conference are in form and who should be wearing Wallaby gold in 2013.
Matt Burke Before most games, a team is usually able to do some kind of analysis of the opposition and assess its strengths and weaknesses so coaches and players can form a strategy.
Matt Burke The last time the Waratahs played against the Highlanders in New Zealand they were schooled in wet-weather rugby.
Matt Burke I remember a training session with the Wallabies in Caloundra in 1998. Wayne Bennett had come along to observe.