With games in Sydney, Port Macquarie and Canberra and most available to stream online – you’ll be able to keep up with all the action before the Wallabies take on Wales in the Rugby World Cup at 5.45pm.
NSW II will get things underway in the nation’s capital, playing the first fixture in the National U16s Championship (JRC) against the Barbarians at 10.30am.
They’ll be followed later in the day by NSW I who will take on the ACT at 1pm.
The tournament will be played at the Australian Institute of Sport over seven days, with all JRC matches to be streamed via NSW Waratahs website.
Sydney will get things started in the National Rugby Championship (NRC) at Forshaw – also kicking off at 1pm – before their NSW Country counterparts take the field in Port Macquarie at 3pm.
Both NRC matches will be available to stream via rugby.com.au or Kayo Sports.
Before the NRC gets underway at Forshaw, there’ll be a pre-tournament U19 Rugby Championship (URC) fixture between Sydney and NSW Country kicking off at 10.45am – available to be streamed via the NSW Waratahs website.
In between all of that we’ve got the U15 Junior Gold Cup (JGC) that sees two NSW teams in action from 2.30pm, with NSW I and NSW Grey battling it out for bragging rights at Woollahra Oval.
Keep an eye out on the NSW Waratahs social channels for streaming links as they are made live!
‘Super Sunday’ fixtures:
10.30am: JRC – NSW II v Barbarians (streamed via NSW Waratahs website)
10.45am: URC – Sydney v NSW Country (streamed via NSW Waratahs website)
1pm: JRC – NSW II v ACT (streamed via NSW Waratahs website)
1pm: NRC – Sydney v Melbourne Rising (streamed via rugby.com.au and Kayo)
2.30pm: JGC – NSW I v NSW Grey
3pm: NRC – NSW Country v Western Force (streamed via rugby.com.au and Kayo)