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The Wallaroos is Australia's Women's XVs side that competes in the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup and Test Matches.
NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres today announced the biggest investment in sport and major event infrastructure in NSW since the 2000 Sydney Olympics, with a new 30,000 seat stadium at Parramatta the first project to be delivered as part of the package.
Michael Cheika was upbeat and measured heading into this weekend’s clash against the United States, which kicks off this Sunday 9:40am AEST LIVE on Fox Sports.
The best Rugby Sevens players from around the World will be coming to Sydney in February 2016, with fans encouraged to celebrate the international nature of Sevens by dressing up in their best international costumes as they watch global superstars Sonny Bill Williams and Henry Speight strutting their stuff on the pitch.
The Wallabies squad to take on the USA Eagles at Soldier Field, Chicago has been named with Melbourne Rebels prop Toby Smith in line to make his Test debut.
James Slipper will become the 83rd player to Captain the Wallabies in a Test match in Saturday’s historic clash with the USA Eagles at Soldier Field, Chicago.
There might not be a better example of just how close the 2015 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship is than the North Harbour Rays. Fairly comprehensively beaten at home by the resurgent Sydney Stars in the first round, the Rays then made the long trek west, and handed out their own comprehensive beating on the Perth Spirit.
Some extra firepower has arrived for the Wallabies camp at Notre Dame University in the USA, with James Hanson and Sam Carter linking up with team mates following round two of the Buildcorp NRC.
The Nine Network will broadcast the Wallabies journey throughout the 2015 Rugby World Cup with the standout games LIVE and FREE on HD channel GEM.
The Wallaroos have completed an intense high performance training camp at Bond University on the Gold Coast with Head Coach Paul Verrell seeing some solid signs of improvement from the Australian players.
Losses in the opening two games isn’t quite how the 2014 Finalists would have liked to start the second season of the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, and Head Coach Tai McIsaac admits that his team has a lot of “little things” to rectify, if they’re to turn their fortunes around.