Sun coupled with a stiff breeze and cold conditions failed to curb University’s red hot 2nd Grade performance last Saturday at Rat Park. The 45-14 victory was an exhibition of discipline, power and skills.
The Grand Finals are nearly upon us, we have five teams competiting for the ultimate prize this weekend. Check out the match details here.
Please see below your invitation to “The Silencing the Lambs Lunch”, just prior to the Baa Baa v Wallabies match. All proceeds will go towards supporting the Fight Duchenne Foundation.
Despite missing a First Grade finals berth for the first time since 1997, Sydney University Football Club can still win six of the seven titles on offer in Sydney’s Premier rugby union competition.
Thanks to TLA Worldwide, Sydney University Football Club can benefit by our supporters purchasing tickets to Qantas Wallabies vs. Barbarians.
Finals footy continues this weekend at a number of venues, the Students are rolling out six teams for the do or die games at Pittwater, Forshaw and Chatswood. All the teams need your support!
After 12,000 people turned out for the Shute Shield Grand Final in 2016, a sell out crowd is expected this year. 1st Grade might not be there but SUFC still have 3 grade teams in the running for Premiership titles on 26th August so make sure you're there to cheer on the Students!
The thirsty thirds encounter with a beefy Manly fifteen took place down at Forshaw Park last Sunday. University prevailed in the end 20-18 but the win was not without an ounce of drama and tension.
Plus500 Brumbies are pleased to announce the signing of promising hooker Folau Fainga’a on an Extended Playing Squad, one-year, deal.
Why just watch your kids playing sport when you can join them?
Calling all players, parents, partners, members, sponsors and supporters!
With the Grand Finals on Saturday 26th August marking the end of the 2017 season, we want bow out in style and celebrate with you all the amazing year that was.
Sydney University Women’s Rugby Club members Grace Hamilton and Ashleigh Hewson, as part of the Australian squad, will meet Ireland in tomorrow's opening round of the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Sydney University’s run of Shute Shield finals appearances, dating back to 1998, ended on Saturday when they were edged out of sixth place on the ladder on a for-and-against count with Eastwood.