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Sorry Fitzy, Alan Jones is needed on the ARU board, not as Waratahs coach - The Roar;

Sorry Fitzy, Alan Jones is needed on the ARU board, not as Waratahs coach - The Roar

The RoarSorry Fitzy, Alan Jones is needed on the ARU board, not as Waratahs coachThe RoarYou have to hand it to Peter FitzSimons, he has come up with the killer idea that Alan Jones should coach the Waratahs. In Saturday's Sydney Morning Herald, the former Wallaby and now columnist and author who usually bags Jones without mercy argued ...and more »

Queensland Reds V NSW Waratahs: four things we learned from Tahs win at Suncorp Stadium - Courier Mail;

Queensland Reds V NSW Waratahs: four things we learned from Tahs win at Suncorp Stadium - Courier Mail

Courier MailQueensland Reds V NSW Waratahs: four things we learned from Tahs win at Suncorp StadiumCourier MailFour things we learned from the NSW Waratahs' interstate win over Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium. 1 SUPER HOOPER. A supreme display by man of the match Michael Hooper. His tackle and turnover skills at vital moments and his carving run to the ...and more »

Reds boss pushes for independent ref panel - Courier Mail;

Reds boss pushes for independent ref panel - Courier Mail

Courier MailReds boss pushes for independent ref panelCourier MailA NEW independent referees' panel to heap more accountability on whistleblowers for poor displays has been touted to help cure one of Super Rugby's biggest ills. Frustrated Queensland rugby supremo Richard Barker insisted on Sunday night it was no ...and more »

Bernard Foley the Waratahs master in win over Queensland Reds - The Australian

Bernard Foley the Waratahs master in win over Queensland RedsThe AustralianIt's funny the way rugby's language has been hijacked. It's as though the game has been taken over by cost accountants and outplacement specialists. So it's all talk these days of game management and exit strategies and workrates — all harnessed to ...and more »

Tactical naivety proves costly to Reds - Courier Mail;

Tactical naivety proves costly to Reds - Courier Mail

Courier MailTactical naivety proves costly to RedsCourier MailFor all the blazing positives, the Queensland Reds have to make the honest appraisal of where they tripped up when an interstate victory was there for the taking. Coach Nick Stiles said after a plucky effort against the champion Hurricanes a month ago ...and more »

Shrink inspired Tahs to victory - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Shrink inspired Tahs to victory - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auShrink inspired Tahs to victorydailytelegraph.com.auA PEP talk from a sports psychologist fired up the Waratahs to their gritty win over Queensland after a week from hell. NSW claimed a thrilling 29-26 victory at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday, eight days after one of the most humiliating losses in the ...and more »

NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds show rugby's revival is not a pipedream - The Sydney Morning Herald;

NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds show rugby's revival is not a pipedream - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldNSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds show rugby's revival is not a pipedreamThe Sydney Morning HeraldThank you, to both teams. It was not perfect on Saturday night at Suncorp but it was gripping, there were momentum shifts, passion, moments of inspiration, a dash of controversy and some terrific individual displays (David Horwitz had his best outing ...and more »

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he's relieved after 'challenging' week - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he's relieved after 'challenging' week - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldWaratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he's relieved after 'challenging' weekThe Sydney Morning HeraldWaratahs coach Daryl Gibson might feel a weight lifted off his shoulders following a "challenging" week, but knows his side's three-point win over the Queensland Reds will mean little if they can't back it up against the Auckland Blues. At the end of ...and more »

Can derby win kickstart Tahs' finals charge? - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Can derby win kickstart Tahs' finals charge? - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auCan derby win kickstart Tahs' finals charge?dailytelegraph.com.au​IF the Waratahs' win over the Rebels was chicken soup for the soul, their victory over the Reds was a heart-jolting shot of vodka. It is now time to get the party started for NSW, or some semblance of a run towards the playoffs at least. Coming from ...and more »

Reds lose to Waratahs - SportsAustralia.com;

Reds lose to Waratahs - SportsAustralia.com

SportsAustralia.comReds lose to WaratahsSportsAustralia.comThe Queensland Reds have lost 29-26 to the NSW Waratahs in Round 10 of Super Rugby at Suncorp Stadium. Queensland Reds fullback Karmichael Hunt with the ball during the narrow defeat to the NSW Waratahs. Photo courtesy of QRU Media Unit ...and more »

Reds do maroon proud despite loss to Tahs - The West Australian;

Reds do maroon proud despite loss to Tahs - The West Australian

The West AustralianReds do maroon proud despite loss to TahsThe West AustralianQueensland coach Nick Stiles believes the Reds played some of their cleanest rugby for the season. Nick Stiles says the Queensland Reds still did their one-off maroon throwback jerseys justice despite losing their seventh consecutive match to the NSW ...and more »

Waratahs to build on thrilling Reds win - The West Australian;

Waratahs to build on thrilling Reds win - The West Australian

The West AustralianWaratahs to build on thrilling Reds winThe West AustralianThe NSW Waratahs hope their win over the Queensland Reds can turbo-charge their season. NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson is hopeful their dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Queensland Reds can be the springboard they need to return to ...and more »

Commitment, urgency, intent keeps Tahs' season alive - Rugby.com.au;

Commitment, urgency, intent keeps Tahs' season alive - Rugby.com.au

Rugby.com.auCommitment, urgency, intent keeps Tahs' season aliveRugby.com.auAll Daryl Gibson wanted to see from his team last night was commitment to the cause and he got stacks of that plus plenty more in a season saving win over the Reds. Gibson cut a relieved figure post match but he also spoke like a coach that knew the ...and more »

Waratahs edge the Reds in thrilling derby match - Green and Gold Rugby;

Waratahs edge the Reds in thrilling derby match - Green and Gold Rugby

Green and Gold RugbyWaratahs edge the Reds in thrilling derby matchGreen and Gold RugbySorry Reg, look away now. In front of 18,781 fans at Suncorp Stadium, the Waratahs have managed their seventh win in a row against the Queensland Reds, downing them 26-29 in a fiery encounter that actually, for once, truly lived up to the hype. I hear ...and more »

Super Rugby: Waratahs run down Reds - Newcastle Herald;

Super Rugby: Waratahs run down Reds - Newcastle Herald

Newcastle HeraldSuper Rugby: Waratahs run down RedsNewcastle HeraldFor the seventh time in a row, the Waratahs have won the interstate clash with the Queensland Reds, this time in an ill-tempered affair at Suncorp Stadium. It may well have kick-started their season, at long last. Bernard Foley kicked his team to ...and more »

'It's a massive boost given where we've been' - Courier Mail;

'It's a massive boost given where we've been' - Courier Mail

Courier Mail'It's a massive boost given where we've been'Courier MailNSW coach Daryl Gibson says the pressure on him is not going to vanish despite the Waratahs' gutsy 29-26 win over Queensland in a gripping interstate stoush at Suncorp Stadium. RESILIENT TAHS: NSW rediscover their passion. FOLEY HEROICS: Tahs ...and more »

Waratahs bounce back to beat the Reds - Independent Online;

Waratahs bounce back to beat the Reds - Independent Online

Independent OnlineWaratahs bounce back to beat the RedsIndependent OnlineBRISANE – Wallaby flyhalf Bernard Foley kicked five penalty goals, the last two minutes from time, to give the NSW Waratahs a morale-boosting 29-26 Super Rugby win over the Queensland Reds in Brisbane on Saturday. Foley booted four penalty goals in ...and more »

Queensland Reds coach Nick Stiles less than impressed less than impressed with referee in loss to Waratahs - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Queensland Reds coach Nick Stiles less than impressed less than impressed with referee in loss to Waratahs - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldQueensland Reds coach Nick Stiles less than impressed less than impressed with referee in loss to WaratahsThe Sydney Morning HeraldAn incensed Nick Stiles said he couldn't wait for a call from referees boss Lyndon Bray after Queensland were savaged in the penalty count during their 29-26 defeat at the hands of the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium. With so much at stake for both teams, ...and more »

Waratahs sink Reds in thriller - Rugby.com.au;

Waratahs sink Reds in thriller - Rugby.com.au

Rugby.com.auWaratahs sink Reds in thrillerRugby.com.auA 16-5 penalty count and the right boot of Bernard Foley has sunk the Reds' season, as the Waratahs kept theirs alive with a 29-26 win at Suncorp Stadium. The Reds scored four tries to two but five Bernard Foley penalties - four in the second half ...and more »

Reds vs Waratahs: Five things we learned - Rugby.com.au;

Reds vs Waratahs: Five things we learned - Rugby.com.au

Rugby.com.auReds vs Waratahs: Five things we learnedRugby.com.auWhat did we learn from the NSW win over the Reds tonight? Photo: Getty Images. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on Twitter · Share via Email · by Sam Phillips. The Waratahs kept their season alive with a remarkable form turnaround in ...and more »