Week 8 of Game Day TV tonight and we're up against one of Sydney Uni's biggest rivals, Randwick. The two powerhouse teams of the competition, having won over 70 1st Grade Premierships between them.
Congratulations to Nick Phipps who has been awarded the Nigel C Barker Medal for sporting achievement from the University of Sydney Alumni Awards.
Round 7 of Game Day TV features two memorable meetings with the Two Blues, the first, the women's home fixture from 2019. The Lionesses were without their Wallaroos, could they still get the job done against a tough Western Sydney side?
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2020 KPMG Finals Lunch which was due to be held on 7th August will be postponed until Friday 13th November. We are currently not taking paid bookings incase of the unfortunate circumstance that the event can't go ahead at all.
In case you missed it, SUFC General Manager, David Haigh gave a live update on Friday night. He covered replacing the Head Coach position, commencement of the 2020 season and SUFC events. You can catch everything he had to say below
Any match up with the Shoreman is always a great encounter and the two matches we have for you for Round 6 of Game Day TV are no exception.
In his four years coaching at Sydney Uni, Rob Taylor won four Shute Shield premierships, two each in first grade and first colts.
Considering that, it’s no surprise to hear the coach has been picked up by UK Premiership club Leicester as attack coach ahead of the 2020/21 season.
After four successful years with the Students, Robert Taylor, will be departing SUFC at the end of the month to take up the role of Attack Coach with the English Premiership side, Leicester Tigers ahead of the 2020/21 season.
Since 1882 season 138 years, there has been 91 occasions players have scored 3 tries or more in a 1st grade game. The best years was 2004 and 2013 were 6 players reached this mark. These records are incomplete and not finalised.
BYE round for Grade so its the 2019 Grand Finals from Colts and the Women. The Lionesses were hoping to keep their 100% record for the year while the young Colts were looking to upset reigning Premiers Randwick on their home turf.