Waratahs come through Semi-final with clean bill of health



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Waratahs coach Ewen McKenzie (pictured) says he has no new injury worries ahead of next Saturday’s Super 14 final against the Crusaders in Christchurch.

The Waratahs secured their place in the decider with a 28-13 win over South African side the Sharks in Sydney.

They expects to have hooker Tatafa Polata-Nau and back rower David Lyons fit for next week’s game.

The final will be Crusaders coach Robbie Deans’s last game in charge before he takes over as coach of the Wallabies.

But McKenzie says that should not make a difference.

“It’s going to be my last game too so we’ve all got something there and it all comes to an end,” he told ABC.

“There’s a bunch of people there on both sides that’ll be their last game but I think that both teams will be out there playing for their teams.

“I don’t really think it’ll be about the individuals.”



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