Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore explains importance of restructure

This article originally appeared in the Rugby News grand final edition.  By Lauren DeGioia NSW Rugby is on the brink of a new era. In what is expected to be one of the most ground-breaking changes to the Club in recent years, the professional and community arms will once again re-join. It’s good news in the lead up to the business end of the Club season, as this year’s best juniors, country, subbies, colts and grade teams across NSW battle it out to take home their respective titles. For years Waratahs Rugby and NSW Rugby have operated as separate organisations. Now, in coming together, there is the opportunity for a renewed focus on becoming a world-class sporting otganisation through increased development. The new organisation, which will be known simply as the NSW Waratahs, has already stated a strong intent to ensure, first and foremost, young NSW players are provided with the best chances of making it to the professional level. “Sydney has one of the busiest sportin
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