SUFC Junior Development Program has been designed to provide ongoing development opportunities and Rugby Union Awareness to the local community. The Program will enhance, nurture and develop your child’s skills in rugby within a safe environment.
A number of aspiring NSW tight-five players have been named in the TracTahs development programme for the coming year.
Following the presentation of the 2017 SUFC Annual Report at the AGM on Tuesday 5th December, the full report is now available for download here.
He was part of the all conquering Sydney University colts first XV and was named in the NSW Gen Blue under 20s squad, but now Rory Suttor is on the verge of something even more prestigious.
SUFC would like to wish all our players, supporters, sponsors and friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
On Tuesday 5th December, SUFC held its 155th Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the KPMG Offices at Barangaroo.
Full Club training will start on Tuesday 9th January in preparation for the 2018 season, training is open to all players both new and returning.
SUFC, Waratah and Wallabies scrum halve Nick Phipps was awarded the University Male Blue of the Year at Saturday’s Annual SUSF Blues Dinner, unfortunately Nick was unable to make the ceremony so instead prepared a speech while on tour in the UK with the Australian Wallabies.
SUFC, Waratah and Wallabies scrum halve Nick Phipps was awarded the University Male Blue of the Year at Saturday’s Annual SUSF Blues Dinner.