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Waratahs record losing run as season ends in defeat to Chiefs, Wallabies, Lachie Swinton, Izaia Perese

The Waratahs’ 2021 Super Rugby season has been a disaster, and it has now come to an end. The team has failed to win a single game this season, making them the second Australian Super Rugby team to do so after the Force in 2020. Despite knowing the tough road ahead, the Waratahs played 13 matches and unfortunately, their season ended in a humiliating defeat at the hands of the Chiefs.

One of the defining moments of their season was a controversial red card given to Lachie Swinton in the final minutes of their match against the Chiefs. This has put Swinton in danger of missing the upcoming three-Test series against France. Their season has been marred by such incidents, and this red card was a perfect example of the team’s struggles throughout the year.

The Waratahs knew their fate from the beginning, as they were not given a late invitation like the Force were, after being left out of the league for three years. They have had a tough season, and it all came crashing down in their final match against the Chiefs.

In that match, Chiefs winger Sean Wainui made history by becoming the first player in Super Rugby history to score five tries in a single match. This further highlighted the Waratahs’ struggles as they were unable to contain Wainui and were dominated by the Chiefs on the field.

Overall, the Waratahs have had a season to forget. They have faced numerous challenges and have been unable to secure a single victory. Their inability to perform at a high level has led to a disappointing end to their season. Despite the difficulties they faced, the Waratahs will now be looking to regroup and come back stronger in the next season in order to redeem themselves.

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