The Sydney Uni women’s rugby team continued their unbeaten 2012 season with a resounding win over Waverley 32-0 last weekend. 

Uni once again asserted their authority over the opposition, dominating possession throughout the game. 

After an early try to the winger, the girls settled into a forward-dominated game, which suited the strong-running Uni pack, who always looked dangerous around the breakdown.

It was fly-half, Gwendy De Decker who broke the line to score Uni’s second try, unfortunately missing the conversion.

Waverly struggled under the constant pressure, leaking a third try before half-time.

In the second-half, a break from Player’s Player, and captain, Sally Carter, helped to set-up a try for debutante winger Theo Yip.

Uni continued to capitalise on their strength up front, by scrummaging their way to the try line, allowing half-back Emilie Flannagan to dash over for a try.

Late-arriving support came in the form of Wallaroo prop Caroline Vakalahi, who seemed to be enjoying her stint on the back row.

Running havoc through Waverly’s defense, she quickly crossed the line, with fly-half De Decker adding the extras.

An out-scrummaged and out-paced Waverly side were left licking their wounds, as Uni celebrated their 32-0 victory, consolidating their position at the top of ladder b – the only team to remain unbeaten in the league.

Uni go on to face rivals Parramatta, in a mid-week clash at Granville Park.

The game, which will be a re-match of last season’s Grand Final, in which Uni were triumphant, will kick off at 7pm on Wednesday 16th May.

The defending champions will complete the first round of matches with a home game against Penrith on Saturday.

Come down to support the team at 2pm on Oval No. 2.