Sydney University defeated Gordon 32-20 on a bitterly cold day at University Oval No: 1 last Saturday. There appeared early signs of a free flowing game despite the Siberian conditions when the ball was moved through the hands for a second minute try to winger James Dargaville.
Western Force hooker Nathan Charles on battling cystic fibrosis and playing for Australia YASMINE PHILLIPS PERTHNOW JULY 12, 2014 NATHAN Charles doesn’t consider himself a hero. But the 25-year-old Western Force hooker is attracting a whole new legion of fans off the field.
Lin Sydney University produced seven wins across all grades in last Saturday’s Super Saturday at Merrylands RSL Rugby Park against Parramatta. An important boost in the Club Championship was achieved by the efforts from all the University teams.
All ladies welcome to join us at our annual Ozsale Ladies Day. A perfect opportunity to gather the girls together to enjoy the rugby with a beautiful High Tea lunch and drinks. All in a private marquee overlooking the rugby and with the company of SUFC players.
The Australian Commonwealth Games Association is pleased to announce the Australian Men’s Rugby Sevens squad nominated by the Australian Rugby Union for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this month. Australia’s Men’s Sevens team won silver four years ago at the Delhi Commonwealth Games and will be looking to go one better this year.
Sydney University’s recent run of victories came to an end last Saturday after Eastwood inflicted a 38-22 defeat of the Students at University Oval. Saturday’s game coincided with two other significant events.
Sydney University continued their running rugby of recent weeks last Saturday at University Oval with a 42-19 victory over the West Harbour Pirates.
SUFC 2nd Grade coach, Ray Hudd, will coach his 150th game this weekend against West Harbour. This incredible achievement in his 7th season at the club, since he started in 2008, is coupled with an outstanding coaching record with a success win rate of 83.89%!!
There is nothing better than playing at the historic North Sydney Oval on a crisp sunny winter Saturday. It is equally pleasing when the game is coupled with a University victory of 39-19 over a stoic Northern Suburbs.
French legend Thierry Dusautoir foresaw a long and glittering Wallabies career and Ewen McKenzie hailed his rookie's "influential" Test debut, but Will Skelton was taking none of the credit on Saturday.
As a 23 year old in the middle of my final exams of a combined undergraduate degree in Commerce and Science, I was shocked to be diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Sydney University has named three Waratahs captains past and present in its starting XV for this Saturday's Magners Shute Shield Round 13 clash with Northern Suburbs (1pm).
NSW Waratahs enforcer Will Skelton will make his Test debut for the Qantas Wallabies as they target a clean sweep of the French in the final match of the 2014 Castrol EDGE France Tour at Allianz Stadium on Saturday afternoon (kickoff 3:00pm).
University defeated Parramatta 52-17 last Saturday at University Oval. However Parramatta showed that the hard times over the years are a mere afterthought as they showed real enterprise in their play on the day.
The Qantas Wallabies have emerged victorious against a strong French side 6-0 in front of 27 189 fans in Melbourne to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the Castrol EDGE France Tour.