Thank you to everyone you attended the end of season awards on Sunday, it was a great way for the players, volunteers, supporters and families to come together one final time in 2019, and celebrate all the wonderful achievements of so many who have made it an unforgettable year.
The Australian Rugby community is mourning the loss of 10-Test Wallabies back and New South Wales Rugby Union Honorary Life Member, Terry MacBride who passed away last Friday.
Australian sport could have a new cult hero on its hands after none other than Harry Potter signed a Super Rugby contract with the Melbourne Rebels
The pre cursor to the main event saw University’s seconds up against Eastern Suburbs. There have been epic battles between these two sides over the years. On this final occasion for 2019 University ran out 37-18 victors.
Following University’s first victory in fourths, it was Cato Caterson and Ryan Rat Burges’ thirds which were to battle Gordon for the Henderson Shield.
9.05 am on a Saturday morning. A time more suited to enjoy a cappuccino or in hooker Conor O’Doherty’s case tucking into a bowl of his mum Margaret’s left over Irish stew.
When the Colts finished their Grand Final on Sunday at Coogee Oval we had won our 156th premiership. Our 1st XV recorded their 50th competition since 1865, our 1st Colts have won their 18th Premiership from 24 appearances in the big one.
Bankwest Stadium a glittering showpiece in Parramatta was the setting for one of Sydney University’s most incredible premierships. Down by 16 points at halftime, the Students staged a fightback midway into the second half an unequalled macrocosm to defeat the Warringah Rats 21-16.
New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) has today confirmed squads for both Sydney and the Country Eagles for the 2019 National Rugby Championship (NRC).
It's a repeat of the 2018 Grand Final in the Shute Shield with the Students facing the Rats once again. This time we head to the new Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta along with 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade and 4th Grade!
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.