Waratahs - a brief rugby history
Colours: Jersey: Cambridge Blue Shorts: Oxford Blue Socks: Oxford Blue with Cambridge Blue tops
Home Ground: Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
Chairman: Roger Davis
CEO: Andrew Hore
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The Waratahs were formed in 1996. They represent the Australian Rugby Region of New South Wales (NSW).
The 2019 head coach is Daryl Gibson. The assistant coaches are Chris Malone & Simon Cron.
The 2019 squad is:
Forwards: Jack Dempsey; Damien Fitzpatrick; Ned Hanigan; Jed Holloway; Michael Hooper (C); Harry Johnson-Holmes; Sekope Kepu; Tolu Latu; Ryan McCauley; Will Miller; Rory O'Connor; Tatafu Polota-Nau; Tom Robertson; le Roux Roets; Rob Simmons; Hugh Sinclair; Tom Staniforth; Lachlan Swinton; Vui Shambeckler; Chris Talakai; Andrew Tuala; Cody Walker; Michael Wells.
Backs: Adam Ashley-Cooper; Kurtley Beale; Cam Clark; Lalakai Foketi; Israel Folau; John Folau; Bernard Foley; Jake Gordon; Karmichael Hunt; Mack Mason; Alex Newsome; Nick Phipps; Curtis Rona; Mitch Short.
They play 8 Home games against: Hurricanes; Reds; Crusaders; Sunwolves; Rebels; Sharks; Jaquares; Brumbies.
They play 8 Away games against: Sunwolves; Brumbies; Blues; Bulls; Lions; Reds; Rebels; Highlanders.
They finished in 3rd position at the end of the 2018 round-robin stages going on to lose in a semi final.
They have finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition 12 times out of 23 years.
In the play-offs they have featured in three finals, losing twice to the Crusaders, in 2005 & 2008 & beating the Crusaders in 2014.
Their average finishing position is 6.39.
They are 7th= on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$26.00