Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, collated by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.
Sydney Premier Men’s competition – Round 2
First Grade – Shute Shield: Sydney University 97 (Pen try, Tim Clements 3, Matthew Sandell 2, Daniel Calavassy 2, Eddy King 2, Nick Champion de Crespigny, James Kane, William McDonnell, Guy Porter, Stuart Dunbar tries; James Kane 9 goals, Daniel Poletto goal Penrith 0 at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
Second Grade – Colin Caird Shield: Sydney University 137 (Nathaniel Tamwoy 4, Amos Pogia 3, Hugh Summerhayes 2, Mitch Whitely 2, Matthew Dowsett 2, Declan Moore, Thomas Horton, Jackson McCalman, Daniel Calavassy, Ben Hughes, Sam Barclay, Eddy King, Banjo Travers tries; Sam Barclay 5 goals, Daniel Calavassy 3, Amos Pogia 2, Nathaniel Tamwoy 2, Ben Hughes, Eddy King, Banjo Travers, Ben Carolan goals) defeated Penrith 7 (Steve Mate try; Roy Jones goal)at Nepean Rugby Park Sydney University Football Ground on Saturday.
Third Grade – Henderson Shield: Sydney University 98 (No scorers supplied) defeated Penrith 5 (Inia Batikota try) at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
Fourth Grade – Henderson Cup: Sydney University 87 (William Wennerbom 4, Edward L’Estrange 2, Tom McFayden 2, Patrick O’Doherty, Salesi Maumalanga, Harrison Blake, Harry Croker, Connor Farnell tries; William Wennerbom 11 goals) defeated Penrith 0 at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
First Grade – W. McMahon Shield: Sydney University 90 (Strath Yeo 3, Sam Ridley 2, Tom Osborne, Patrick Calavassy, Milan Basson, Henry Robertson, Joshua Hardie, Eddie Poolman, William Terry, Sean Anese, Charlie Hancock tries; Joshua Hardie 10 goals) defeated Penrith 7 (Junior Nansen try; Daniel Grieg-Williams goal) at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
Second Grade – Shell Trophy: Sydney University 67 (Tim Lilomaiava 2, Penimapa Tuitupou 2, Max Robson 2, Charlie Hancock, Tyrell Lealuga Deku, Oliver Harvison, Angus Allen, Jack Murray tries; Max Robson 6 goals) defeated Penrith 0 at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
Third Grade – Bill Simpson Shield: Sydney University 33 (Michael Bartimore, Tom Hunt, Samuel Begbie, Nathan Twibill, Nicholas Fonau tries; Samuel Begbie 4 goals) defeated Penrith 5 () at Nepean Rugby Park on Saturday.
NEAFL Rounds 1 and 2
Sydney University 11.25: 91 (Jacob Derickx 4, Xavier Richards, William Sierakowski, Sam Fong, Tom Young, Austin Lucy, Jack Hiscox, Matthew Wilson) defeated Canberra 13.5: 83 (Mitchell Maguire 3, Jacob Turner 2, Aaron Bruce 2, Ben Fulford 2, Jack Nunn, Nathan Richards, Alex Smout, Lucas Meline) at Allinsure Park on April 7.
Sydney University: Sam Fong, Austin Lucy, Darcy Baron-Hay, William Sierakowski, Sam Barkley.
Canberra: Mitchell Maguire, Nathan Richards, Lucas Meline, Kade Klemke, Jack Nunn, Luke McKay.
Sydney University 16.13: 109 (Tom Young 4, Damien Bonney 4, Shaun Edwards 2, Jack Hiscox 2, Sam Fong, Aaron Day, Austin Lucy, Jake Bartholomaeus) defeated Redland 10.13: 73 (Matthew Hammelmann 3, Jackson Paine 2, Aaron Christensen 2, Matthew Thomson 2, James Barnes) at Henson Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Adam Gulden, Sam Fong, Austin Lucy, Tom Young, Timothy Barton, Damien Bonney.
Redlands: Scott Miller, Adrian Williams, Damian Steven, Jackson Paine, Jack Rolls.
Sydney AFL Men’s Premier Division – Round 2
Premier Division: Sydney University 9.11: 65 (Michael Nettheim 2, Allister Clarke 2, Riley Lucas 2, Samuel Gilfedder, William Stratford, Tom Ayton) defeated East Coast Eagles 8.7: 55 ( Trent Stubbs 4, Stuart Turner, Peter Vlatko, Zach Johns, Karl Merson) at Henson Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Montgomery Krochmal, Tom Ayton, Michael Nettheim, Michael Fogarty, Riley Lucas, Samuel Gilfedder.
East Coast Eagles: Trent Stubbs, Reuben Haupt, Jon Vlatko, Stuart Turner, Kieran Emery, Brandon Clark.
Premier Reserves: Sydney University 9.18: 72 (Christopher Akehurst 3, Braydon Pilot 2, Daniel Smith, Oliver Wetzlar, Sebastian Trevaskis, Charlie Morgan) defeat East Coast Eagles 7.7:49 (J. Patira 2, A. Foxall 2, D. Costello, R. Fitton, D. Spiteri) at Henson Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Ben Hawtin, Tom Dunlop, Braydon Pilot, Malcolm Picken, Oliver Wetzlar, Chris Akehurst.
East Coast Eagles: D. Spiteri, R. Fitton, J. Regan , J. Duncan, L. Cox, D. O’Connor.
Division One: Nor-West Jets 10.9:69 defeated Sydney University 7.13: 55 at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Division Two: Sydney University 13.9: 87 defeated East Coast Eagles 1.6: 12 at Henson Park on Saturday.
Division Three: Macquarie University 8.15: 63 defeated Sydney University 3.3:21 at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Under 19 One: Sydney University 6.12: 48 (Vijaya Sainju 2, Miles Glover, Andreas Apostolou, Ezra Stoltenberg, Zac Abdurahman) defeated East Coast Eagles 6.8: 44 (Joshua Large 2, Ryan Mitchell 2, William Mitchell, Keegan Brady) at Henson Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Thomas Linfield-Kent, Damien Dickson, Thomas Stapleton, Wesley Greenaway, James Scutella, Matthew Dyster.
East Coast: William Mitchell, Bailey Sims, Brock McMillan, Cameron Wilson, Ryan Van Vliet, Cameron Wood.
Under 19 Two: West Goannas 14.9: 93 (R. Sheers 3, Taidhg Ryan 2, Grant Clarke 2, Antony Elazzi 2, Hatem El-Daraj, Ewan Cormack, Joshua Isaac, Dinesh Sritharan, Cameron Akhurst ) defeated Sydney University 5.8:38 (Benjamin Harris 2, Luca Roncolato 2, Dylan Howard) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
West Goannas: M. Nemer, Nathan Penna, Hatem El-Daraj, Ewan Cormack, Taidhg Ryan, R. Sheers.
Sydney University: Gabirel Beech-Jones, Luca Roncolato, Cooper Searle, Benjamin Harris, Kobee Haereroa, Matthew Dyster.
Sydney AFL Women’s Premier Division – Round 2
Women’s Premier: Southern Power 2.4: 16 (Veronica Torr, Natalie Murray) defeated Sydney University Bombers 1.4: 10 ( Rachael Stack) at Heathcote Oval on Saturday.
Southern Power: Michelle Podnecky, Natalie Murray, Jacquelyn Bresnahan, Ashlee McClure, Karen Saavedra Ramirez, Kathryn Hull.
Sydney University: Pippy Clegg, Madeleine McCathie, Alice Wood, Kristen Hay, Jennifer Lew, Amy Foo.
Women’s Division One: Manly-Warringah Wolves 11.13: 79 (Alicia Armitage 3, Samantha Grant 3, Isabella Rudolph 2, Kelly McNaughton, Rebecca Villis) defeated Sydney University 0.0:0 at Weldon Oval on Saturday.
Manly-Warringah Wolves: Samantha Grant, Ashleigh Carter, Zoe Barden, Jacqueline Green, Caitlin Johnson, Mikaela Bate.
Sydney University: Sophie Clarke, Jennifer Farrow, Kesley Pegrum, Tanika Robertson, Erinna Martin, Rebecca Bowen.