Sydney University made a huge statement of intent in the Shute Shield on Saturday, ensuring they'll enter the finals with wind in their sails after thrashing fellow contenders Northern Suburbs by 49 points.
Some may play 200 games, some may play for 200 minutes, but our club has a person who last weekend coached his 200th win as a Coach. Congratulations must go to 2nd Grade leader Ray Hudd who reached that feat on Saturday, Ray has coached 254 games for SUFC.
Take home a piece of SUFC history, with one of our indigenous jerseys as worn by the team during the round 17 clash with Northern Suburbs.
There are things in life that are certain – death, taxes, Boris Johnson and Donald Trump going to the same barber and University peaking at the right time of the year. In the Students most powerful display for 2019 they defeated Northern Suburbs 66-17 last Saturday at Camperdown.
1st Grade will be playing in the Club’s indigenous jersey today, which was designed in 2018 by SUFC player Liam Coe.
With just two games left of the regular season, round 17 (Sat 27th July) is crunch time for many teams at this stage of the competition.
Bankwest Stadium will host one of the signature days on the NSW rugby calendar with confirmation that the 2019 Sydney Rugby Union, Intrust Super Shute Shield Grand Final Day will be played at the venue on Saturday 24 August.
Harry Johnson-Holmes became our 128th Australian representative, our 107th Test match Wallaby and our 28th Colt since Nick Farr-Jones to come through our Colts system to this level. Harry is Wallaby No.927. Big Congratulations to Harry.
We have 5 fantastic prizes up for grabs in our raffle at the 2019 KMPG Finals Lunch
Wallabies prop Harry Johnson-Holmes has had a whirlwind week, so it was fitting that his ultimate debut came earlier than expected as well.
The air was crisp, the Shire was shining and the perfect Saturday saw University victorious by 47-24 last Saturday at Forshaw Rugby Park Sylvania.
Harry Johnson-Holmes was just about to tuck into an $8 schnitty at Sydney's Lord Dudley Hotel on Tuesday, when he noticed some, ultimately, significant missed calls on his phone.
With the AON 7s series is just less than two months away! Now is the time to get noticed to be part of Sydney Universities team for the 2019 series.
Jake Gordon is pushing his Wallabies case from Sydney, scoring a double for Sydney University in their 22-12 Shute Shield win over Eastern Suburbs at Woollahra Oval