Sydney University Football Club (SUFC) is pleased to announce they will be taking the Shute Shield to the Country!
For the very first time, SUFC Grade and Colts sides will be playing against Eastern Suburbs (Easts) on Saturday March 28th at Bowral Rugby Club, Bowral.
Sydney University Football Club players Jeremy Tilse and Pat McCutheon collected two of the main awards at the recent Rugby Union Players’ Association (RUPA) presentations.
Jacob Talyor captains Oxford University to a record-breaking victory over great rivals Cambridge, defeating them 43-16.
Sydney University Football Club wishes to invite you to the 152nd Annual General Meeting, for the election of Office Bearers for 2015.
Date: Thursday 11th December 2014
The Brumbies have signed James Dargaville for the 2015 season after the Sydney University premiership winner arrived in Canberra in early November.
The Qantas Wallabies side to play Argentina in the next Castrol EDGE Rugby Championship and The Puma Trophy clash at Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast on Saturday 13 September is:
SUFC are pleased to invite all new 2015 Colts Players to their Open Training & Information Day at Sydney University on Saturday 20th September.
Wallabies forward Will Skelton will rub shoulders on Sunday in a line-up that includes players from Test, Shute Shield and sub-districts rugby. And he says he is nervous.
Last week SUFC held it's annual Presentation Night to recognise the achievements throughout the club from the 2014 season.
On top of individual team awards (which have been named under each team report article) there were also a number of encouragement, achievement and major club awards that were announced.
Despite not making the Grand Final, the 1st Grade team still had many things to celebrate.
After a tight yet incredible win against Eastwood in the Semi Finals, SUFC 2nd Grade came with guns blazing to the Grand Final against Manly. However, a strong Manly side proved too much for the boys, after being defeated 34-13.
The Mighty 3rd Grade side triumphed in the Grand Final in a manner fitting for the season they put together.
The scrum dominance on the big day was second to none, and earned the team many penalties throughout the game, and resulted in a couple of push-over try's to boot.
It has been said that defence wins games and that statement could not be more appropriate to the 4th grade grand final as Sydney Uni tackled their way to the 2014 Henderson Cup. Minor Premiers Eastwood controlled possession and territory early on and spent the best part of the first 15 minutes camped out in Uni's half, however strong defence ensured that a penalty goal was all they had to show for it.
Wet weather is a great leveller in rugby and this has not been clearer than in the 1st Colts Grand Final. Uni and Randwick were ranked 1st and 3rd respectively in attack, averaging a combined 97 points per game over the competition rounds, however it was evident for to all to see that points would be hard to come by.