North Sydney Oval that convivial setting just off Dr John Bradfield’s masterpiece-the Sydney Harbour Bridge, hosted University’s semi final against Northern Suburbs last Saturday.
Just 3 months ago, Henry Clunies-Ross was hospital-bound with the tough possibility that he might lose his leg. During Round 1 of the Intrust Super Shute Shield, he suffered a nasty gash to his leg which became infected overnight by a flesh-eating bug that threatened his life. Fast forward to today, Henry Clunies-Ross has just completed the City 2 Surf in an incredible 74 minutes to raise money for the hospital that saved his life, the Prince of Wales.
Congratulations to James Kane who was award the Roscoe Fay Trophy on Wednesday night at the Ken Catchpole Awards.
All players, their partners and families, sponsors, volunteers and loyal supporters are invited to join us to celebrate, reward and recognise individual and team achievements at SUFC in 2019.
James Kane is often labelled the villain to opposition fanbases. If he’s not infuriating the other team’s faithful punters with his super left foot and accurate goal kicking, then his near-perfect set of calf muscles already have. It doesn’t worry the UK born speedster what those punters think of him, just as long as he’s doing his bit for his team, he’s happy.
Our 1st XV has set 5 new records this season, and another two on the weekend.
They broke the highest score against Many (47), beating 46 set in 1962 and again in 2001. They also beat the biggest aggregate in a game was (73) on 2001, now the aggregate is 78.
With 6 wins and a lifeline for 3rd Colts, SUFC have all 7 teams competing in Semi Final's this weekend! Timings, opponents and venues have been confirmed
It was the start of the business end of the season with University hosting a home qualifying final against the Manly Marlins. The sun was shining brightly but a polar blast and a swirling wind was diabolical to gauge. Despite a sluggish first half, University overran the Marlins in the second half to record a 47-31 victory.
The NSW Waratahs have continued to bolster their squad for the 2020 Vodafone Super Rugby season, securing the signatures of Chris Talakai and Mitch Short.
The Wallabies and Wallaroos teams are playing their first Test against New Zealand in Perth on August 10 (at 5pm and 7.45pm AEST).
This film was created for the inaugural Sydney Uni Football Club "Legends Lunch" in 2019, celebrating three members of the club's golden era of the 1950s and 1960s: Dr John Solomon and Dr Dick Tooth (who both skippered Australia) and Emeritus Professor Saxon White.
SUFC is traveling to Tokyo in September to take part in the World University Rugby Invitational Tournament. To help fund the trip SUFC player's are running a Golf Day on Friday 30th August.
In a groundbreaking development for grassroots rugby Sydney University Football Club (SUFC) and Central West Rugby Union (CWRU) have committed to an unprecedented affiliation, a landmark agreement not dissimilar to the Penrith Panthers' partnership with the Western Rams in the 13-man code.
Just 3 months ago, Henry Clunies-Ross was hospital-bound with the tough possibility that he might lose his leg. During Round 1 of the Intrust Super Shute Shield, he suffered a nasty gash to his leg which became infected overnight by a flesh-eating bug that threatened his life. Fast forward to today, in just 9 days time Henry Clunies-Ross will be running the City 2 Surf on Sunday the 11th of August to raise money for the hospital that saved his life, the Prince of Wales.