Since 1900, SUFC has played 32 clubs in competition games, a total of 2149 matches. With our loss in 1st Grade on the weekend, brought our losses in that 119 year period to 750. Complete rundown of matches is played 2149, won 1292, lost 750, drawn 68 (unknown results 39).
The Sydney rugby player who survived a run-in with a deadly flesh-eating bacteria made a miraculous playing return in club rugby yesterday.
A giant arm wrestle could best describe the battle between last year’s grand finalists University and the taciturn Warringah Rats. Only three points were scored in the second half and unfortunately these points caused University to suffer a narrow defeat of 22-21.
SUFC would like to thank everyone for their support of the Club so far this year. From our loyal supporters who are at the SUFG every week to our overseas supporters who track our weekly results, the support for this great club is exceptional.
After wining the Shute Shield Premiership with Sydney Uni back in September, Paddy Ryan packed up and flew to America to play for the San Diego Legion's on the USA Major League.
As you enter Nevertire on the Mitchell Highway in western NSW, a billboard advertises nearby Warren as the ‘last town with a bloke’s name for 200km’.
The Aon University Sevens Series will kick off in mid-September this year as the ten teams vie to be crowned 2019 Series Champions.
David McDuling may remember our last away win verses Eastwood, as he is the sole survivor of that day back in 2010.
The T.G. Millner field synonymous as a graveyard for many visiting teams was reversed last Saturday. In bitterly cold conditions, University defeated Eastwood 24-11 which was not assured until near the end of the eighty minutes.
New South Wales backrower Grace Hamilton has been named captain for the Buildcorp Wallaroos ahead of their historic two Test Series against Japan next month.
The inaugural SUFC Legends Lunch took place at the SUFG last Saturday. The sold out lunch featured three SUFC Wallaby icons, Drs John Solomon and Dick Tooth and Emeritus Professor Saxon White (pictured) and the love and respect for these humble men was quite extraordinary.
Leicester Tigers duo Sam Eveleigh (pictured)and James Whitcombe have landed in Australia to start their exchange visit with SUFC.
The Junior Wallabies have overcome wet conditions and a second red card in as many matches to storm into the Final of the U20 World Championship with a 34 -13 victory over hosts Argentina.
That almost 100 years ago to the day Uni 1st XV beat Manly on a forfeit, back on the 21.6.1919 at Manly Oval. The reason, The ‘Spanish Flu’ had hit Sydney.