Stay fit with family, friends and co-workers by joining one of our many sports competitions! From Social Netball to the multi-sport programs Lunchtime Social Sport and Interfaculty Sport, we have something for everyone. And for those living on-campus, we have Intercol and Intramural Sport - a wonderful opportunity to compete for your residence/college, stay active and make friends.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness offers students, staff and community members three Social Netball Competitions per week - on Tuesdays and Sundays. We also offer Fast5 netball on Wednesdays - featuring dynamic rule changes, rolling substitutions, power plays and super shots!
Have an hour to kill between lectures? Want to build your sense of 'team spirit' in your workplace? Looking for something fun to do in your lunch hour? Then why not get a group of friends or workmates together and compete in one of our Lunchtime Social Sport competitions?
Competitions are open to Sydney Uni students, staff and the general public. All competitions commence in Week 3 of semester and conclude in Week 12 with finals week. Competition does not run over University and School Holidays.
Grab you friends or colleagues and enter into any of our compeititions. We run Futsal, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball and Touch Football!
Each year since 1939, Sydney Uni students and staff have competed against each other for the honour and pride of their faculty in a variety of sports. Competitions include touch footy, soccer, netball, basketball, cricket and tennis to name a few. Points are awarded to the winners and place-getters of each competition whilst participation points are also given to all faculties whose students compete.
The faculty with the most points at the end of the year wins and is awarded the Emily Small Shield! Congratulations to the Engineering Faculty - winners of the Emily Small Shield for 2018!
Intercollegiate sport is an integral part of Sydney Uni's long and rich sporting history, providing residents of St. Andrew's, St. Paul's, Sancta Sophia, St. John's, Wesley and The Women's Colleges with opportunities to represent their college in various sporting events.
The Intramural sports program hosts the Thomas Whalan Cup (men's sporting competition) and Liane Tooth Cup (women's sporting competition) for residents of The Darlo Bears*, Iglu, International House, Queen Mary Building, Regiment Building, Sancta Sophia College, St John's College, Sydney Uni Village, UniLodge, Urbanest and the Women's College. These on-campus residences compete in sports throughout the academic year to contest both the Thomas Whalan and Liane Tooth Cups.
*The Darlo Bears consist of students residing at Abercrombie Student Accomodation, the Darlington Terraces, Mandelbaum House and Darlington House.
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