We will be using the Siren this weekend for the huge Grand Final match against Warringah.
Join us at North Sydney Oval and support the Students as they look to knock the reigning premiers Warringah off their perch and bring the Shute Shield back to the Birthplace!
The Spring Racing carnival mightn't be the only place to see Winx in the coming months.
That last Saturday our 1st XV beat a record set on the 1.6.1918 and again on the 28.4.1962. But before I go any further a bit about what happened back then.
In 1918 Billy Hughes was Prime Minister, we had a King not a Queen, King George V. Our population was just over 5 million. Australia’s first electric train service started and Charlie Chaplin got married.
In 1962, the final section of the Cahill Expressway was open. The Harbour Bridge was only 30 years old. Australia won 38 Gold medals at the Empire games. The Bledisloe Cup was retained by the All Blacks. Gary Player won the Australian Open and Rod Laver won Wimbledon.
A comment from first time Canberra visitors Murray and Helen perched in the stands that “this is great and better than Super rugby” summed up University’s performance last Saturday.
In their inaugural Aon Uni 7s campaign, the University of Sydney secured an impressive top-four finish in the opening round which was held at the University of Tasmania in Hobart at the weekend.
Arguably the most prestigious award up for grabs at the Intrust Super Shute Shield Awards Night, The Ken Catchpole Medal is awarded to the player deemed best and fairest on field after 18 rounds.
After two days of amazing Rugby in the Austbrokers Finals Series, they are nowjust four teams in each competition. SUFC is the only Club with all seven of teams still in the compeittion and competing in the Semi-Finals this weekend!
Sydney University’s seven teams in Sydney’s premier rugby union competition are all on track for grand final berths after contesting qualifying finals on Saturday.
Following Wednesday's successful launch of the 2018 Aon University Sevens Series on campus at the University of Sydney, the University's inagural Aon 7s team is looking toward Round 1 of the domestic tournament this weekend in Hobart.
From the outside looking in, taking up the reins at Sydney University after they’ve just missed out on finals football for the first time in 19 years, and given the increased levels of competition to contend with in the 2018 Intrust Super Shute Shield, seemed a daunting proposition
That since 1923 when the Shute Shield started SUFC have been in the semi-finals often.
If you were seated in the grandstand last Saturday at University you could have mistaken the action on the field as an audition for a Die Hard movie.