Theo Strang off to Japan Top League

by SUFC | May 15, 2019
Theo Strang off to Japan Top League

We say goodbye to Theo Strang for the next few months as he joins Japanese Top League side,

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White Ribbon Cup vs. West Harbour - Saturday 18th May 2019

by SUFC | May 15, 2019
White Ribbon Cup vs. West Harbour - Saturday 18th May 2019

White Ribbon is the world's largest male-led movement to end men's violence against women.

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Will Skelton and Saracens win European Champions Cup

by SUFC | May 15, 2019
Will Skelton and Saracens win European Champions Cup

Congratulations to former Student Will Skelton who along with his English club, Saracens won the European Champions Cup on Saturday defeating Irish Giants Leinster 20-10. 

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Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 7, 2019

by Craig 'Fizza' Fear | May 12, 2019
Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 7, 2019

James Dargaville made his return to SUFC in 1st Grade last Saturday. 

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MATCH REPORT | Students back in the winners circle after win at North Sydney Oval

by Bruce 'China' Lin | May 12, 2019
MATCH REPORT | Students back in the winners circle after win at North Sydney Oval

A cold but sunny autumn afternoon were the conditions for Sydney University enjoying a hard fought victory at North Sydney Oval last Saturday.

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Sydney University claim John Thornett Cup with tight win over Norths

by SUFC | May 12, 2019
Sydney University claim John Thornett Cup with tight win over Norths

Sydney University have taken out the John Thornett Cup and leapfrogged Northern Suburbs on the ladder with a 29-24 victory on Saturday afternoon.

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4 Students included in Sydney Opens Extended Squad

by SUFC | May 10, 2019
4 Students included in Sydney Opens Extended Squad

Congratulations to Riley Burchell, Maea Fonua and Sione Naufahu who have been invted to attend the 2019 Sydney Opens (U18) 2nd Trial on Sunday 12th May at Tryon Oval, Lindfield. 

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3 Students off to Argentina for U20s World Championship

by SUFC | May 9, 2019
3 Students off to Argentina for U20s World Championship

The Junior Wallabies have named their 28-man squad for the world U20 championships,

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Inaugural Old Girls Day - Saturday 6th July

by SUFC | May 9, 2019
Inaugural Old Girls Day - Saturday 6th July

Join us for our inaugural "Old Girls Day" as Sydney Uni take on Western Sydney Two Blues in round 9 of the Jack Scott Cup.

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Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 6, 2019

by Craig 'Fizza' Fear | May 5, 2019
Fizza's Facts and Stats - Round 6, 2019

On Sunday morning a Uni supporter text me, to ask ‘when was the last time we didn’t win a game against Gordon’. It was a good question, so I went back through my records to find the answer.

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MATCH REPORT | Stags down Students at Chatswood Oval

by Bruce 'China' Lin | May 5, 2019
MATCH REPORT | Stags down Students at Chatswood Oval

It was a hard day at the office last Saturday at Chatswood Oval as a resurgent Gordon defeated University 37-29. Despite scoring five tries to four, the accurate boot of Gordon five eighth Kearns was blood sucking any momentum from University mounting a comeback.

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3 star for Junior Wallabies

by SUFC | May 3, 2019
3 star for Junior Wallabies

Special sing out to our Under 20s trio, Angus Bell, Darcy Breen and Henry Robertson, all playing in the Oceania Cup vs Japan, Fiji and the Baby Blacks. 

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AON 7s coaches wanted

by SUFC | May 3, 2019
AON 7s coaches wanted

We are on the hunt for coaches to get involved with our Sydney University AON 7s team for the 2019 series. 

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Piper Duck heading to Aussie 7s Youth National Camp

by SUFC | May 3, 2019
Piper Duck heading to Aussie 7s Youth National Camp

Good luck to Piper Duck as she heads to the AIS this weekend for the Aussie 7s Youth National Camp! Looking forward to seeing you back in the blue and gold again soon 

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TOM ROBERTSON | Fighting fit and ready to make up for lost time

by SUFC | May 2, 2019
TOM ROBERTSON | Fighting fit and ready to make up for lost time

An innocuous sidestep and subsequent ACL injury in Buenos Aires last year could have ruined Tom Robertson's dream of playing at the upcoming World Cup but the Waratahs prop insists he is ready to make up for lost time if selected to face the Bulls in Pretoria.

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