NSW had an unbeaten run throughout the tournament defeating Southern States and Country Regions, Tonga and finally Queensland in the final match of the tournament.
Five months of hard pre-season training materialised as Sydney University Football Club's 2014 campaign got off to victories across all teams, at our Super Saturday fixture at Nepean Rugby Park.
The Sydney University "Students" have kicked off their 2014 campaign in strong fashion, taking out their fourth Australian Club Championship with a gritty 19 to 14 victory over the East Brisbane Tigers.
Australian Rugby Union today announced nine teams will compete in the inaugural season of its new domestic Rugby competition, the National Rugby Championship, which will kick off in August this year.
Over the past 5 months, SUFC have had a number of Colts players involved in a NSW Under 20s training squad. These boys have been training very hard, and have competed in varous games throughout the pre-season, cumulating in the National Under 20s Competition, to be held in Canberra this weekend.
The Sydney University Football Club and East Brisbane Tigers will battle it out this weekend in Brisbane for the Australian Club Championship title. The annual fixture between the premier clubs in the Sydney and Brisbane rugby competitions will kick off at 5.30pm on Saturday March 22, in Coorparoo, Brisbane.
One of SUFC's favourite sons, Tom Carter, has just established his new Strength and Conditioning business called Human Performance. Having won 8 Shute Shield Premierships with SUFC and achieved 85 State Caps for NSW, Tom believes that despite the rapid increase of training methodology and science, the human element remains at the heart of high performance.
The Sydney University Football Club and the East Brisbane Tigers will battle it out this weekend in Brisbane for the Australian Club Championship title. The annual fixture between the premier clubs in the Sydney and Brisbane rugby competitions will kick off at 5.00pm on Saturday March 22, in Coorparoo, Brisbane.