Irish Lions & New South Wales Waratahs
The NSW Waratahs (or ; referred to as the Waratahs, or the 'Tahs, are an Australian rugby union football team, representing the majority of New South Wales in the Super Rugby (formerly Super 14) competition. /5
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Leigh Halfpenny (C) from the British and Irish Lions rugby team is congratulated after scoring a try during the tour match against the New South Wales Waratahs in Sydney on June 15, 2013. IMAGE STRICTLY RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE AFP PHOTO / Greg WOODGREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images Lions stay unbeaten with Waratahs win The British and Irish Lions look set to head into next weekend’s first Test with Australia with an unbeaten record after finishing the penultimate match… Football Pellegrini: I'll win everything at City Manuel Pellegrini has vowed to ‘win it all’ at Manchester City after insisting they have the best squad in the Premier League… Football Aspas: Suarez will stay at Liverpool Liverpool new boy Iago Aspas says he has been bought to play alongside Luis Suarez next season – not to be his replacement… Golf ARDMORE, PA - JUNE 14: Rory Mcilroy of Northern Ireland points on the fourth hole during Round Two of the 113th U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club on June 14, 2 ...
RUGBY: Ireland wing Simon Zebo will make his British and Irish Lions debut against New South Wales Waratahs on Saturday. Zebo joined the squad as cover on Tuesday and goes straight into a strong side containing up to a dozen likely Test contenders. With the first Test against Australia on 22 June, George North (hamstring), Brian O'Driscoll (groin) and Manu Tuilagi (shoulder) are all not risked. But fly-half Jonny Sexton has been passed fit to start. The Irishman will line up alongside likely Test half-back partner Mike Phillips
Gatland wants a tougher test Perth - British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has called for tougher challenges in his team's forthcoming matches on their tour of Australia after the visitors overwhelmed a depleted Western Force side 69-17 on Wednesday. Force coach Michael Foley, with one eye on Sunday's clash with the New South Wales Waratahs, selected seven players in the Perth-based Super Rugby side who have not played in the southern hemisphere competition. "The Force were thinking of their Super Rugby game on the weekend making a few changes, that's their prerogative," Gatland told reporters. "Ideally I would have liked to have played against a stronger game but we just made the focus about ourselves and I'm sure the (Queensland) Reds will be lot tougher in Brisbane on Saturday." The Force are bottom of the Australian conference in Super Rugby with only three wins from their 14 matches but they did manage to run in two tries against the Lions as well as disrupt a couple of lineout throws by Rory ...
In 2001, during the match between the New South Wales Waratahs and the British and Irish Lions, McRae was sent off for punching Irish fly-half Ronan O'Gara 1...
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