Two of Sydney University Football Club’s outstanding wingers of recent seasons have been selected in a 12-man Australian Sevens side to contest the Hottest7s tournament in Darwin this weekend.
A shoulder injury has forced Sydney University Football Club’s Australian Sevens representative to retire from the game.
Sydney University Lions claimed a 15th consecutive Gridiron NSW Division One title with a 17-nil win over West Sydney Pirates in the grand final played a Leichhardt Oval on December 16.
Sydney University skipper Nick Larkin posted his third century of the season in the Students’ first innings win over Mosman in their two-day, Round 10 clash at Allan Border Oval at the weekend.
Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, collated by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.
A quick-fire 120 from Ed Cowan helped Sydney University to a 19-run win over St George in their round 9 limited overs clash at University Oval on Saturday.
With the 2018 Road Nationals fast approaching, Sydney Uni has announced a new women’s cycling team, Sydney Uni – Staminade.
Sydney University’s clean-sweep of Fairfield-Liverpool at the weekend saw SUCC move up to fourth on the Club Championship table and fifth on the First Grade ladder.
Sydney University Cricket Club fast bowler Lawrence Neil-Smith has the 2018 Under 19 Cricket World Cup in his sights following his selection in a preliminary 28-man Australian squad.
The Brydens Sydney Uni Flames have marked captain Belinda Snell’s 300th WNBL game in the best possible way, knocking off the Bendigo Bank Spirit, 90-57 courtesy of a dominant second-half performance in which the home side restricted their opponents to just 18 points.
Sydney University’s four-wicket loss to Northern District at Mark Taylor Oval on Saturday saw the defending premiers drop to sixth on the First Grade competition ladder.
Sydney University Football Club member Matthew Hood made his World Rugby Sevens Series debut in the opening round of the 2017-18 series played in Dubai last weekend.
Two of Sydney University Sport’s long-term Australian representatives were named Female and Male Blues of the Year at the annual awards dinner held in McLaurin Hall on Saturday night.
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