Waratahs eye 2018 Super Rugby title despite miserable 2017 season

THE NSW Waratahs are training the house down and aiming high as they strive to bounce back from their worst season in a decade by winning the 2018 Super Rugby title.

“You always want to be the best. I don’t think you can set a goal less than winning the comp.

“It’s what we all want to do so,” fullback/winger Cameron Clark said.

The Tahs endured a dismal 2017 campaign, finishing 16th in the old 18 team competition with just three wins from 15 matches.

But the 2014 champions do have history of swiftly turning around their fortunes, making the final in 2008 after finishing second last the previous season with only three wins.