SUFC's annual presentation night was held on Friday and with so much success in 2018 it was a great night of celebrations.
Winning a grand final is a great occasion for any player in any sport. Reaching the zenith of a season after all the blood, sweat and tears that it takes just to get to the big dance, is something to cherish.
Following an impressive fourth-place finish in the opening round of the Aon Uni 7s series two weeks ago in Tasmania, the University of Sydney struggled to back it up in Canberra for round two
Minor Premiers Sydney University will take on the 2017 Premiers the Warringah Ratettes on Saturday in the Jack Scott Grand Final.
Last Saturday at North Sydney Oval the wool was lifted from over my eyes. The disconnection between the professional and amateur game in Australia has never been more prominen
Fresh from a fifth Shute Shield triumph with his beloved Sydney Uni, Paddy Ryan can’t wait to rip in for the NSW Country Eagles. The Eagles kick-off their National Rugby Championship campaign against the Western Force in Perth on Sunday, and “probably couldn’t have a tougher start”.
Ealing Trailfinders announce the signing of Rohan O’Regan for the 2018/19 season.
Due to popular demand we will be placing another order of the gold Grand Final T-Shirts! This version comes execlusively with 2018 Premiers on the back. Order yours by Wednesday 12th September to own a piece of history!
On Tuesday night at the Sydney Hilton, Will McDonnell was named the Rookie of the Year for 2018.
The season may be over for the majority of the Club but not for the 15 guys who have been named in the two remaining NSW NRC teams
FREEDOM to run was credited for Sydney University’s first Shute Shield title in five years after the Students blew defending premiers Warringah away 45-12 in the grand final on Saturday.
Sydney Uni is back on top of the Shute Shield after a 45-12 win over Warringah in the grand final.
Clinical, dominant, powerful and frightening! An amended reprint of Rogets Thesaurus was required to identify further adjectives to describe Sydney University’s 45-12 victory over Warringah in last Saturdays Grand Final at North Sydney Oval.
The opening ten minutes was a cautious phase for both teams to gain some sort of ascendancy. When the first scrum was packed it foretold eighty minutes of misery on the Rats pack. The Warringah forward pack throughout the afternoon was consummately buckled and shunted from the Warringah Expressway back towards the northern beaches.