Students defeated by Marlins at first home game for 2015

by Bruce 'China' Lin | April 13, 2015
Students defeated by Marlins at first home game for 2015

Sydney University’s first home game for the season last Saturday did not deliver the disciplined play characteristic of the Students. The strong Manly Marlins defeated University 28-14 before a large and vibrant crowd.

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Jerry Yanuyanutawa: Where is he now?

by Lauren DeGioia, RUPA | April 9, 2015
Jerry Yanuyanutawa: Where is he now?

Many may not remember Jeremaia Yanuyanutawa. The Fijian born prop signed his first professional rugby contract with the Brumbies in 2009, a moment he says has been one of the greatest in his rugby career so far. He played with the Canberra-based side for three seasons after making his Super Rugby debut in 2010.

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Bilal Elbatoory called up for Lebanon National Team

by SUFC | April 7, 2015
Bilal Elbatoory called up for Lebanon National Team

Current SUFC front rower, Bilal Elbatoory, has been called up to be part of the Lebanese National Rugby Team to play in the West Asian Rugby Championship next week. 

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Sydney Uni v Gordon Game Update

by SUFC | April 7, 2015
Sydney Uni v Gordon Game Update

Due to poor weather and field closures all games over the Easter weekend between Sydney Uni and Gordon were postponed.

Arrangements for Grade games are still being finalised, and the club will provide details as soon as they are confirmed. There is however, a Wet Weather Round over the June long weekend has been highlight as the potential date.

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ALL GAMES POSTPONED AGAINST GORDON

by SUFC | April 3, 2015
ALL GAMES POSTPONED AGAINST GORDON

SUFC vs. Gordon - ALL GAMES POSTPONED TODAY (4th April)

Due to the weather all games against Gordon (Grade and Colts) have been postponed today.

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James Dargaville on starting debut for Brumbies

by Chris Dutton | April 3, 2015
James Dargaville on starting debut for Brumbies

ACT Brumbies rookie James Dargaville can't shake the tag of being Pat McCabe's clone.

His teammates yell "pass it Patty" when he touches the ball at training, they even quip that the pair from Sydney's northern beaches dress the same.

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Narracott retracing path of history

by Gallipoli Games Media | April 1, 2015
Narracott retracing path of history

When Australian rugby player Matt Narracott steps onto the soil of the Gallipoli Peninsula to represent his country in a few weeks, he’ll also be retracing the footsteps of a family member who fought in the First World War.

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The Sydney Stars want you in 2015!

by SUFC | April 1, 2015
The Sydney Stars want you in 2015!

Have you always wanted to be part of a professional sporting environment, work as part of a team or simply use your skills in a different area? Then the Sydney Stars want you in 2015!

The Sydney Stars NRC team have a range of volunteer positions available and are looking for hard working and fun people to become part of the team.

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Close loss for SUFC 1st Grade at inaugral Shute Shield Country Rugby day

by Bruce 'China' Lin | March 30, 2015
Close loss for SUFC 1st Grade at inaugral Shute Shield Country Rugby day

In a first for the Sydney University Rugby Club, a full premiership round was played at the Bowral Rugby Club fields last Saturday against Eastern Suburbs.

The hour and a half trip down the M5 motorway through areas more acclaimed for their scrap metal yards, saw Sydneysiders emerge from the urban jungle into an oasis of photinia lined hedges and poplars of the southern highlands hamlet of Bowral.

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Dominant 1st Grade win among clean sweep of wins for SUFC in Round 1

by Bruce 'China' Lin | March 23, 2015
Dominant 1st Grade win among clean sweep of wins for SUFC in Round 1

Sydney University’s 2015 campaign commenced last Saturday at Nepean Rugby Park when Sydney University defeated the Penrith Emus 62-5.

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Good Luck with GAMSAT Robbo

by SUFC | March 19, 2015
Good Luck with GAMSAT Robbo

Tom Robertson, our young up and coming Grade Prop was unavailable for selection this weekend to play against Penrith - but it isn't the usual reason why he a player is ruled out! 

On Saturday, Tom will be sitting his GAMSAT (Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test). 

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SUFC 2015 Laffan Cup Champions

by SUFC | March 18, 2015
SUFC 2015 Laffan Cup Champions

A huge congratulations to all involved, including all players, managers, coaches and supporters. An incredible achievement in a competition that SUFC holds close to its heart. Well done - all at SUFC are very proud!

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Eastwood vs Sydney Uni Trial this weekend

by SUFC | March 5, 2015
Eastwood vs Sydney Uni Trial this weekend

This Saturday March 7th, SUFC will be involved in a series of trial matches across all Grade and Colts teams against Eastwood, held at Eastwood's home ground T.G. Milner (Grade to play on the main oval and Colts on No.2). 

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Nathan Charles: Force's hollow feeling of defeat, chance to bounce back

Nathan Charles: Force's hollow feeling of defeat, chance to bounce back

It's a saying as old as the hills, that a week's a long time in sport.

As I sit on the 737 on our way to Canberra to face the ACT Brumbies, it gives you a chance to reflect on what's already been a hard week of training – and if I'm being honest, it needed to be.

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Kiama 7s Review

by SUFC | March 2, 2015
Kiama 7s Review

In the club's second Sevens tournament for the 2015 season, SUFC fielded a team at Kiama 7s last Saturday February 28th, held at the Kiama Showgrounds.

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