Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, compiled by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.

Water Polo

National Men’s and Women’s Water Polo League – Round 7

Men: Sydney University Lions 18 (Johnno Cotterill 4, Tom Kearns 3,  Goran Tomasevic 3, Chris Dyson 2, Michael Rosenthal 2, Lachlan Hollis 2, Tom McJannet, Trent Franklin) d  Queensland Breakers 5 (Kieren Mulcahy 2, Patrick Flanagan 2, Henry Brown) at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre on Friday night.

Brisbane Barracudas 13 (Billy Miller 4, Rhys Howden 2, Drew Gynther 2, Matthew Martin 2, Grant Richardson, Daniel Young, Damien Hicks) d Sydney University Lions 9 (Johnno Cotterill 2, Michael Rosenthal 2, Tom Kearns, Samuele Avallone, Luke Northcott, Chris Dyson, Trent Franklin) at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre on Friday night on Saturday afternoon.

Women: Sydney University Lions 8 (Alicia Brightwell 4, Keesja Gofers 3, Isobel Bishop) d Queensland Breakers 5 (Elle Armit 2, Kate Bertwhistle, Tiana Anderson, Georgia Hickey) at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre on Friday night on Friday.

Sydney University Lions 20 (Keesja Gofers 6, Alicia Brightwell 4, Isabel Bishop 4, Hannah Buckling 2, Bronte Halligan 2, Madeline Rosenthal, Kelly Mendoza) d Brisbane Barracudas 11 (Kate Gynther 4, Sally Coburn 2, Bronte Colenso 2, Maddy Coburn 2, Mackenzie Grice) at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre on Friday night on Saturday.


Sydney Women’s Grade Cricket competition – Grand Final (Limited Overs)

First Grade: Bankstown 8-202 off 50 overs (Corinne Hall 37, Laura Wright 30, Ashleigh Gardner 29, Carly Ryan 28; Kate Owen 3-36, Lynsey Askew 2-25) d Universities 166 off 46.2 overs (Alex Blackwell 42, Georgie Redmayne 37, Rachael Haynes 30; Ashleigh Gardner 5-23, Erine Burns 2-35) by 36 runs at North Sydney Oval on Sunday. Toss: Bankstown. Batted first: Bankstown. Limited Overs premiers for 2014-15: Bankstown.


Sydney Men’s Grade Cricket competition – Qualifying Final

First Grade: Manly-Warringah 4-176 off 62 overs (Adam Crosthwaite 82, Stephen O’Keefe 32 not out, Ahillen Beadle 25; Greg Mail 1-18, Dugald Holloway 1-32) d Sydney University 173 off 68.5 overs (Ryan Carters 34, Tim Ley 32, Mark Faraday 26, Scott Henry 22, Greg Mail 22; Nick McLachlin 5-28, Stephen O’Keefe 2-20) by six wickets at Manly Oval. Toss: Manly-Warringah. Batted first: Sydney University.

Second Grade: Sydney University 156 off 53.2 overs (Jack Hill 51, Will Hay 35; Peter Spurr 5-32, Aaron Gater 3-29) and 8-213 off 66 overs (Adam Theobald 68, Tom Kierath 44 not out, James Larkin 33, Jack Hill 25; Peter Spurr 2-25, Sanjay Parasher 2-43) d Blacktown 69 off 31.4 overs (Mitchell Carruthers 19, Aaron Gater 17 not out; Jim Ryan 6-16, Ben Joy 3-29) by 86 runs at Sydney University No.1 Oval at the weekend. Toss: Blacktown. Batted first: Sydney University.

Third Grade: Sydney University 78 off 54.2 overs (Ben Larkin 20, Jack Holloway 19, Nicholas Arnold 19; Jack Playfair 5-31, Matthew Sarkies 4-16) and 4-96 off 44.3 overs (Jack Maddocks 32 not out, Jack Holloway 20; Angus Palmer 1-22) d Eastern Suburbs 68 off 44.3 overs (Brenton Barker 26; Henry Clark 3-7, Lewis McMahon 3-14, Kieran Tate 2-23) and 105 off 31.5 overs (Oliver Maxwell 25, Jack Redmond 19; Ash Cowan 6-21) outright at Waverley Oval at the weekend. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Eastern Suburbs.

Fourth Grade: Sydney 177 off 97.4 overs (Craig Di Blasio 41, Jack Crace 41, Matt Kent 28, Dominic Tonkin 23; Jonathon Craig Dobson 4-20, Hayden Kerr 4-33) and 7-49 off 21.1 overs (Jack Crace 18; Brodie Frost 5-23) d Sydney University 71 off 30.2 overs (Jonathon Craig Dobson 24 not out, Alasdair Grant 19; Alex Rashleigh 4-13, Jake Berry 3-14, Stephen King 3-42) and 154 off 35.3 overs  (Matt Lowen 39, Suda Sivapalan 22; Craig Di Blasio 4-59, Charles Booth 3-35) outright at Drummoyne Oval at the weekend. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney.

Metropolitan Cup competition – Semi-Final

Sydney University 525 off 148 overs (Lachlan Carfax 151, Kobe Carroll 105, Hugh Kermond 67, Joseph Dorph 66, Cameron New 52; Shubham Kaushik 4-54, David Smith 4-119) d Blacktown 173 off 45.4 overs (Akhil Parvetharneni 39, Tristen Smith 21; Shehan Canagasingham 6-55, Chris de Krester 3-26) on the first innings at St Andrew’s College Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University.

In the other semi-final, Penrith 8-237 d UNSW 111 at Jim Hanshaw Oval.

Final: Defending premiers Sydney University v Penrith on March 28-29 (venue TBA).


Rugby Union

Sydney Men’s Premier Grade competition – Round 1

First Grade: Sydney University 62 (Henry Clunies-Ross 2, Alastair Ryan, David Hickey, Jake Wainwright, Jock Merriman, Jack Macklin, Jim Stewart, Dane McCarthy, James McMahon tries; Byron Hodge 3 goals, Jack Macklin goal) d Penrith 5 (Sione Pusi’aki Fifita try) at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.

Second Grade: Sydney University 79 (Matthew Wood 3, Oliver L’Estrange 2, Samuel Quinn 2, Thomas Koerctz 2, Thomas Heslop, James Swan, Jonny Loseli, Chris Ingate tries; James McMahon 4 goals, Matthew Hood, James Swan, Samuel Quinn goals) d Penrith 14 (Saiosi Vulinaganavou, Mark Taulealo tries; C Hislop 2 goals).

Third Grade: Sydney University 61 (Calum Buckling 3, Chris Chapman 2, David Pohlen, Matthew Narracott, J Standford, Dylan Vieria tries; Thomas Wilson 8 goals) d Penrith 5. (S Fifita try).

Fourth Grade: Sydney University 66 (T Gilbert 2, Josh Friend 2, S Reynolds, J Leatgaga, Rhys Griffith, Dougal McLaughlan, Christopher O’Donnell, T Holmes tries; Christopher O’Donnell 8 goals) d Penrith 0.


First Grade: Sydney University 113 d Penrith 0. (No details available).

Second Grade: Sydney University 36 d Penrith 0. (No details available).

Third Grade: Sydney University 58 d Penrith 0. (No details available).



National Premier League Men’s Division 2 – Round 1

First Grade: Central Coast FC 2 (Adam Woodbine, Brian Jamba goals) d Sydney University 1 at Plium Park

Under 20: Central Coast FC 5 (Ethan Hall 3, Jed Hornery, Christopher Hurley goals) d Sydney University 0.

Under 18: Central Coast FC 2 (Ricky Young, Jed Hornery goals) drew with Sydney University 2 (Mauro Leon, Dominion Nasrabadi goals).

Under 16: Sydney University 3 (James Garrard, Jordan Kougias, Jess Tarasenko goals) d Central Coast FC 1 (Scott Macey goal).

Under 15: Central Coast 1 drew with Sydney University 1 (Carlo Otavio).

Under 14: Central Coast FC 3 (Nate Waters 2, Ciaran Simmons goals) d Sydney University 1 (Nicholas Tressos goal).

Under 13: Central Coast FC 4 (Connor Rose 2, Ronan Clements-Lee, Tristan Bellemore goals) Sydney University 2 (Oliver Hughes, Lachlan Eyles goals).

Under 12: Central Coast 2 (Quinton Phillips-Tapsell 2 goals) Sydney University 1 (Oison Casey goal).


National Premier League Women’s Pre-Season Cup – Round 5

First Grade: Sydney University 6 (Amy Harrison 2, Melissa Caceres, Evelyn Chronis, Clare Woods, Stephanie Ambrose goals) d North West Sydney Koalas 1 at The Square, University of Sydney, on Sunday.

Reserve Grade: North West Sydney Koalas 5 d Sydney University 0.

Under 17: North West Sydney Koalas 6 (Stevie Donougher 3, Daniele Francis 2, Brielle Lamb goals) d Sydney University 1 Georgie Pollitt goal).

Under 13: Sydney University 2 d North West Sydney Koalas 1 (Jessica Farak).


Waratah NSW State League – Round 6

Division One: CSNA/Sydney University 70 d Baulkham Hills 41.

Division Two: CSNA/Sydney University 50 d Randwick 25.


Basketball NSW Waratah League – Men’s Division I – Round 5

Sydney Uni Spiders 86 (Nicholas Peters 21, Kulvir Grewel 15, Sam White 11, Benjamin Ireland 11, Liam Elkington 11) d Hawkesbury Jets 43 (Joshua Warren 17) at Hawkesbury Indoor Stadium on Saturday night.