On Saturday, December 22 there’s a match you need to know about - namely the matching of Australia’s summer and Harbour with the wines and food of the South of France.
On Tuesday 4th December, SUFC held its 156th Annual General Meeting (AGM). The meeting brought about a reflection on the season past, but equally focused on an exciting new direction for the Club for 2019 with the appointment of a number of new members into the SUFC Executive Committee.
SUFC in partnership with Sydney University Sport & Fitness will be running another advanced rugby clinic in January.
Congratulations to the 15 SUFC members who received University Blue and Gold awards at Friday's SUSF Annual Blues Dinner.
Last season, the Club celebrated its 15th consecutive Club Championship title, as well as winning the Shute Shield Premiership in fine style. Next season, as SUFC’s legacy continues there is a lot to look forward to and most importantly a title to defend.
The buzz around club rugby is rife.There is no greater evidence of this than the 15,500-strong crowd that packed out North Sydney Oval to watch Sydney University thump Warringah, 45-12 in the 2018 Shute Shield Grand Final.
After taking out the 2018 Player of the Year award for the Wallaroos, Rugby Union star Emily Chancellor has officially transitioned from rising rookie to bonafide talent.
Melbourne Rebels stalwart prop Laurie Weeks has announced his retirement from Super Rugby.
We are once again convening at the Captain (33-35 Kent St Millers Point) on Friday 21st December from 5pm for a wash up of the year that has been – on and off the paddock.
SUFC’s Grace Hamilton, Bronte Stutchbury and Madda Wilson are heading to Zambia on Friday to spend a week at Livingstone Rhinos Rugby Club, where they will be running rugby clinics with the TAG Rugby foundation, helping out in the local community.
The wait for Jake Gordon is finally over as he will make his debut for the Wallabies tomorrow against Italy.
There are many players that have had me out of my seat with excitement watching rugby over the years. But in recent times, few have been as irresistible when they’re on the top of their game as Jake Gordon.
The next generation of NSW players assembled at the NSW Waratahs’ headquarters in Daceyville this week for the start of the 2019 development programme.