Super Rugby

Waratahs confirm full playing roster ahead of Super Rugby AU




Waratahs Super rugby head coach Rob Penney has confirmed the full playing roster ahead of the start of the Super Rugby AU competition, with a changing of the guard seeing some fresh talent come into the squad.

The NSW Waratahs are back in training with just over a month until the opening round against the Qld Reds.

With plenty of New South Wales homegrown talent coming into the mix, Head Coach Rob Penney said there is excitement building among the group.

“This is an exciting era for the NSW Waratahs and the wider group are genuinely excited for the season ahead, both the Super Rugby AU as well as the Trans-Tasman competition.

“We have a strong crop of men who are eager to represent the NSW Waratahs with pride. Although there have been a number of changes to the squad, the new guys have been embraced with nothing but enthusiasm by the existing group and are looking forward to making their mark on the competition and NSW Rugby.

“We are back preparing in the ‘bubble’ to reduce the impacts that COVID-19 still presents. But the boys are preparing well and we are looking forward to the pre-season matches in regional NSW against the Reds and Brumbies,” he said.

The 2021 NSW Waratahs Super rugby squad:


Tetera Faulkner,

Angus Bell,

Chris Talakai,

Harry Johnson-Holmes,

Alefosio Tatola,

Tiaan Tauakipulu,


Sam Wykes, ,

Max Douglas,

Jeremy Williams,

Jack Whetton,

Sam Caird,


Will Harris,

Carlo Tizzano,

Charlie Gamble,

Hugh Sinclair,

Jack Dempsey,

Lachlan Swinton,


Jake Gordon,

Henry Robertson,

Jack Grant,

Five Eight,

Tane Edmed,

Ben Donaldson,

Will Harrison,

Midfield backs,

Tepai Moeroa,

Izaia Perese,

Lalakai Foketi,

Joey Walton

Outside backs,

Alex Newsome,

Jack Maddocks,

James Ramm,

Mark Nawaqanitawase,

Tristan Reilly

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