At just 20 years old, NSW Gen Blue halfback and skipper Theo Strang has been called into Alan Jones’ Barbarians squad to play the Classic Wallabies and Wallabies next week.
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Back in the inaugural season of the NRC, a largely unknown outside back began carving up opposition defences around the edges, scoring in the very first match ever played in the fledgling competition, and following that up throughout that first season.
Thanks to TLA Worldwide, Sydney University Football Club can benefit by our supporters purchasing tickets to Qantas Wallabies vs. Barbarians.
Folau Fainga'a will join the Wallabies Squad as a development player for the next forntight, with an eye for the Barbarians game.
Congratulations to Theo Strang, Matt Philip and Sam Carter on their inclusion in the Barbarians touring sqaud that will face the Classic Wallabies on Tuesday 24th October in Lismore before taking on the Wallabies at the Allianz Stadium on Saturday 28th October.
It is with deep sadness we inform you of the passing of Gil Viciulis. Gil passed away on Sunday 1st October at Calvary Hospital after battling illness for some time.
A group of 50 SUFC and SUWRC players will be traveling to Tokyo for 10 days in February for a Rugby Development Tour before the start of the 2018 season.
On Wednesday 18th October, SUSF will be hosting the fifteenth consecutive annual SUSF/Blues Association Golf Day at the pristine St Michael’s Golf Club.
Want to learn more about mental health? It’s International Mental Health Week next week (8th – 14th October 2017) and you’re invited to get involved in the following events to promote mental health awareness.
SUFC is seeking expressions of interest from highly motivated rugby coaches to fill the remaining key coaching positions within both Grade and Colts teams for the 2018 season and beyond.
This week a team of 12 SUFC players are representing USYD in the 7s competition of the Australian University Games on the Gold Coast.
Behind every great sporting club is a great team of support staff. Our volunteers are the heartbeat of our club, we simply cannot operate to the professional standard we set ourseleves without passionate and dedicated volunteers.
With another season over, our team photos are now available to purchase so you can remember the success of 2017.
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