Here are the results from day two of competition.

Basketball: Men had a good tough win over
UWS 49-44 which placed them at the top of their group. They then went on to win
their QF 67-39 against UTS. They now face UWS once again, in the semi final
this time.

Woman had a tough loss this morning against favourites
UNSW 51-30 but followed it up with a win in their quarter final against
Macquarie Uni 43-36. They now face UNSW once again in the semi final on

Handball: Handball is turning into a
two horse race between UTS and our USYD troops. We had a good win over CSU 15-6
this morning but then went down in a great contest with UTS 17-12. We now play
Syd Uni Cumbo campus in the semi final.

Tennis: Madelaine Smith is through to the
quarter finals after dropping only three games in four matches over the last
two days. She had breezy 8-0 and 6-0 wins over SCU and Newcastle students.
Laura Tattersall had a 6-1 loss to Macquarie uni today.

Mitch Scott is through to the semi finals after dispatching
our only other USYD competitor Alexander McMIllan 6-4 in their quarter final
today. Both boys had 8-0 wins earlier in the day against Tafe and Cumbo

Touch: The men had a mixed day with a huge
win over CIT 13-0 but then went down 6-4 against ACU. This means the boys are
out of medal contention unfortunately.

The mixed team had three very good wins today, 9-1 over UWS,
7-0 over UTS and 9-1 over SCU. They play their quarter final at 8am Wednesday
morning against SCU.

Our women are yet to lose a game. They finished top of their
group after two good wins today. A 9-1 win over UNE and then a 9-3 win over
UWS. The girls’ semi is against SCU.

Ultimate Frisbee: It is looking very good
for our frisbeers. They ground out a terrific win over Macquarie this morning
13-11 and then followed it up with a convincing victory over ANU 15-4.
They now face Macquarie once again in their semi final.

Volleyball: Two wins today. 3 sets to 0 over UNSW 2. 3-1
win over Syd Uni Cumberland. They now play UNSW 2 once again in the Semi and
then will no doubt be up against UNSW’s first team in the final should thy make
it through.