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.
Last Saturday's clash at Pittwater Rugby Park between the undefeated Warringah and Sydney University was a thrill a minute battle. The signs were ominous for the Students in the second half until a stirring fightback saw them go down by just one point, 31-30.
The Sydney University "Students" have suffered their first loss of the 2014 Season, going down 14 to 10 to the Manly "Marlins" in a tough contest at the birthplace of Australian Rugby.
There were tries aplenty last Saturday at Concord Oval as Sydney University defeated the West Harbour Pirates 39-30 to take home the White Ribbon Cup in a super Saturday clash.
The newly combined SUFC and Balmain NRC team are giving our supporters the chance to name the team and design their logo!
Sydney University Football Club Colts player, Sam Hayward, is representing Canada at the Junior World Rugby Trophy (JWRT) held in Hong Kong this month.
White Ribbon is the world's largest male-led movement to end men's violence against women.
SUFC are pleased to announce the selection of four of our players in the Australian Under 20s Extended Squad following the National Under 20s Championships.
Sydney University defeated Eastern Suburbs last Saturday, 22-3, in a grinding affair at Woollahra Oval. Although there were no length of the field tries, University's dominance in the set pieces proved significant for the day.
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.