KPMG FINALS LUNCH | Silent auction and raffle now open!

by SUFC | July 19, 2018
KPMG FINALS LUNCH | Silent auction and raffle now open!

With just 2 weeks to go until the annual KPMG Finals Lunch is upon us we are pleased to announce that the silent auction has open for bids! Click here to visit the silent auction now >

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Bigger is not necessarily always better

by Dave McDuling | July 18, 2018
Bigger is not necessarily always better

What makes rugby great? Everyone will have their own answer to that question. But for me, what makes rugby great, (or at least truly unique) *is club rugby.*

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Maea Fonua awarded Sugarman-McLean Best Team Man Award

by SUFC | July 18, 2018
Maea Fonua awarded Sugarman-McLean Best Team Man Award

Congratulations to Maea Fonua who was voted the Sugerman-McLean Best Team Man award for the Combined States Team. The Sugarman-McLean awards are amongst the most respected awards in Schools Rugby! Awesome job Maea, well done!

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The Banksia Project

by SUFC | July 18, 2018
The Banksia Project

The Banksia Project is charity organisation close to our hearts and one SUFC is proud to support.

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Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 15

by SUFC | July 17, 2018
Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 15

That since we started playing Parramatta we have met 164 times for 115 wins, 46 losses 3 draws and 2 unknown scores, which takes our success rate to 72.67% against the Two Blues.

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HARRY JOHNSON-HOLMES: What it means to represent country rugby on the big stage

by Harry Johnson- Holmes | July 16, 2018
HARRY JOHNSON-HOLMES: What it means to represent country rugby on the big stage

I still remember experiencing rugby as a spectator, watching my Dad play before eventually pulling on the boots for the mighty Cowra Eagles in central-western New South Wales myself. That’s where it all started.

While I got more experience at different regional competitions, the highlight of the Cowra rugby days was playing the halftime game at a Bledisloe Cup game one year.

We moved to Newcastle when I was ten and, while it’s a much bigger city, you’re definitely still in that country rugby pathway. It was hard never being fully exposed to the mainstream elite programs due to distance, but at the same time it exposed to me to the good brand of rugby that you find in the country.

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Students secure bonus point over Two Blues

by Bruce’China’ Lin | July 16, 2018
Students secure bonus point over Two Blues

The year may be 2018 but last Saturdays fixture against Parramatta was back to a bygone era played at that old suburban rugby league battle ground Lidcombe Oval. A ground steeped in rugby league history where legendary players such as Raudonikis, Dorahy ,Donnelly and then innovator coach Roy Masters had almighty battles spilling blood and Raudonikis’ case his teeth on the turf.

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50 caps for Tolu Latu

by SUFC | July 13, 2018
50 caps for Tolu Latu

Congratulations to hooker Tolu Latu who played his 50th Super Rugby game on Saturday for the Waratahs. 

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Students lead the way in Club Championship race

by SUFC | July 12, 2018
Students lead the way in Club Championship race

With only five rounds to play, every club is looking forward to the Finals; hoping to get as many teams as possible into the top sixThere are also the Club Championships to fight for – with the Gregor George Cup and the Eric Spilsted Shield both up for grabs.

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