Waratahs not living in the past

by Henry Jacobs The Waratahs aren’t focusing on past encounters ahead of Saturday night’s Super Rugby clash with the Crusaders at ANZ Stadium. NSW claimed a 33-32 victory when the two teams met at the same venue in last years Super Rugby decider, but whilst the match may have a grand final feeling about it, the Waratahs focus is elsewhere. “Obviously it was a great win for us last year but that’s all in the past now and we know how good a side the Crusaders are, so it’s a clean slate now and they’ll be coming out hard so we’ve got to be ready.” Israel Folau said. With four rounds remaining, a win on Saturday will see the Waratahs overtake the Brumbies and claim top spot in the Australian conference. “You just take it week by week and this battle coming up against the Crusaders will be a tough one but we’re really looking forward to it,” lock Will Skelton said. After a strong outing against the Sharks last week Michael Cheika’s side will be looking to build
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