Nathan Grey to stay at Waratahs in 2016

Waratahs assistant coach and former Wallaby Nathan Grey will remain at Moore Park until at least the end of 2016 after announcing a contract extension today. Following the departures of Michael Cheika and a host of big name 'Tahs at the end of the 2015 Super Rugby season, the 35-cap Wallaby will play a crucial role in the rebuilding of the 2014 champions next season. “We’ve got a really exciting group of young players on board for next season who have an opportunity here to contribute to the team right from the start,” Grey said. “At the end of the season we saw some of our very high calibre players departing – Cliffy, Swoop, Keps and what not – and there is a vacuum there, so we will be looking to our younger players to get stuck in straight away and really stake a claim with how they train and play." Despite the significant personnel turnover, the Waratahs are doing their best to avoid labelling 2016 a 'rebuilding year'. “It’s important to recognise the legacy t
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