While she grew up with her family firmly entrenched in the sport, John Hamilton admits he and wife Viv "couldn't really believe it" when daughter Grace let them know she was playing rugby during her 12-month university exchange in the US in 2013.
Yutaro Fujiyama (University of Tokai / Chuo Electric Power until last season), who is struggling at the University of Sydney club (Sydney Uni), has participated in “Shute Shield”, the highest club club in NSW, Australia.
Grace Hamilton has made no secret of her desire to see women's rugby grow in the Central West, but she never imaged she'd help do it as skipper of the Wallaroos.
That the last time David McDuling played in 2nd grade was 17.9.2010 in the Grand Final verses Warringah, which we lost 26-33. From then till last Saturday at Woollahra has been 2544 days ago that he ran on at 1.35pm. But this week may make him feel better as Dave plays his 100th grade game.
It was cold, blustery and the game could be characterised as watching the polypropylene turf grow. However a 22-12 victory over Eastern Suburbs at Woollahra Oval is welcome any day.
The NSW Waratahs can confirm that Bernard Foley will depart to pursue opportunities overseas, following nine years and a Super Rugby Championship in sky blue.
Way back on the 4th June 1892, SUFC beat Parramatta by 39-8 at the Association Sports Ground. On Saturday some 127 years 1 month and 2 days later almost the same score (38-7) against the new ‘Parramatta’ the Western Sydney ‘Two Blues’ at the SUFG.
When Sera Naiqama started playing footy, she was trying to show her brothers that anything they could do, she could do too.
Despite a heavy pitch after the recent rain, University notched six tries to defeat the Western Sydney Two Blues 38-7 last Saturday at the SUFG.
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.