Due to wet weather there have been changes to the location of Colts games (2nd & 3rd) to be played at Sydney University this weekend.
A strategic yellow card, crooked lineout throws and less time for setting scrums and kicking goals.
It was a match filled with tension in the final stages last Friday night at University Oval after Randwick fought back in salvaging a 23-23 draw with University.
Charles suffers from cystic fibrosis. He is the only professional contact sport athlete in the world to play with the condition. And if his current form holds, he could well line-up for his Test debut after being selected alongside Stephen Moore and Tatafu Polota-Nau as hookers in Ewen McKenzie's initial 32-man Wallabies squad to face France.
In Newtonian mechanics, momentum has a direction as well as magnitude. Last Saturday, Eastwood applied this principle in shutting out University 36-15 at the T.G Millner field.
Rugby fans are invited to submit innovative experimental laws that they think should be trialled in Australian Rugby's new domestic competition, the National Rugby Championship.
Qantas Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has launched the 2014 Castrol EDGE France Tour with the announcement of a strong 32-man Australian squad.
Despite numerous forced changes, a University team with a cross section of experienced and young players were able to defeat the Penrith Emus 61-21 at University Oval last Saturday. A range of skills were showcased by the Students in their ten try haul.
Australian Rugby Union is calling on fans to think of innovative experimental laws that could be submitted for review and adopted as part of Australian Rugby's new domestic competition, the National Rugby Championship.
Unleash compression is proud to be supporting SUFC for a third year.
Three returning Waratah squad members were enjoying the celebrations after a forceful 46-7 victory against Gordon at Chatswood Oval last Saturday.
It was the case of the master and the apprentices on show as University's veteran and emerging players contributed to a strong 48-13 victory over Northern Suburbs last Saturday at University Oval.
Former Wallaby Phil Waugh is running for a seat on one of the state's most prestigious boards, the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust, and wants to help the push to make Allianz Stadium "one of the great rectangular sports venues in the world".
You may have seen our dedicated member and volunteer, Helmut Gebels, supporting SUFC in his club jersey as he rides his bike to the games each week (yes - even to Penrith!!). Helmut is loyal supporter and has just recently begun volunteering regularly as a assistant referee for our lower grade teams.