Despite a golden Friday, when teams events reached their finale, Sydney University finished third on the overall pointscore at the 2010 Australian University Games held in Perth during the mid-semester break.
Former Sydney University student Kaarle McCulloch yesterday started her Commonwealth Games campaign strongly, claiming a silver medal in the 500m cycling time trial event.
An impressive six Sydney University representatives have been selected by Wallabies coach Robbie Deans in the Australian Rugby Union 40 man training squad.
Sydney University Gymnast Prashanth Sellathurai has helped the Australian Men’s Gymnastic team to claim Commonwealth Games Gold at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Delhi.
An impregnable defensive line and astute play from five-eighth Berrick Barnes were the keys to Sydney University’s 46-6 demolition of Randwick in the 2010 Shute Shield decider played at a wet and windy Concord Oval on Saturday.
Sydney University had to beat the rain to beat Campbelltown-Camden to gain first innings points in their Round One clash at Raby No.1 Oval, which finished on Saturday.
Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, compiled by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.
Sydney University Athletics Club distance runners James Nipperess and Lara Tamsett set the AK Stadium track alight at the 2010 Australian University Games in Perth on Thursday when they smashed the 5000m men’s and women’s records in claiming gold medals.
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Pole vaulter Stephanie Langridge began Sydney University’s quest for the overall pointscore title at the 2010 Australian University Games when she collected a silver medal on the opening day of competition yesterday in Perth.
Sydney University will be playing for a sixth consecutive Sydney grade rugby union premiership when they take on Randwick in the Shute Shield grand final at Concord Oval next Saturday.
Sydney University’s remarkable run of premierships in the Sydney Colts competition continued at Concord Oval on Saturday when First and Second Grades successfully defended their crowns and Third Grade lost out to West Harbour.
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