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.
National Water Polo League – Finals
Men: Sydney University defeated Fremantle Mariners in a penalty shoot-out after the teams finished 8-8 at the end of four quarters.
Sydney University finished minor premiers winning 19 and drawing one match in the competition proper and maintained their unbeaten run through the finals.
Women: Playing for a third consecutive WNPL title, Sydney University lost 5-4 to UNSW-Wests Tigers after reaching the final from fourth position.
Sydney Premier Men’s competition – Round 5
First Grade – Shute Shield: Sydney University 87 (Pen try, Theo Strang 3, Matthew Sandell 2, Mitch Whiteley 2, James Kane 2, Rohan O’Regan, Harry Potter, Henry Clunies-Ross tries; James Kane 10 goals) defeated Gordon 10 (Jack Falloon, Benjamin Butler tries) at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.
Second Grade – Colin Caird Shield: Sydney University 75 (Matthew Dowsett 2, Thomas Horton, Wayne Borsak, Hugh Summerhayes, Jackson McCalman, Daniel Calavassy, Eddy King, Nathaniel Tamwoy, Callum McIntosh, Cameron Lawrence tries; Stuart Dunbar 6 goals, Connor O’Shae 4 goals) defeated Gordon 10 (Thomas Carruthers, Kim Bateman tries) at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.
Third Grade – Henderson Shield: Sydney University 57 (Jaason Finau 2, Cameron Lawrence 2, Stewart Nutt, Harrison Williams, Callum McIntosh, Jack Stafford, Harrison Blake tries; Connor O’Shae 6 goals.) defeated Gordon 0 at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.
Fourth Grade – Henderson Cup: Sydney University 22 (Benjamin Carolan, Tom McFayden, Alexander Jackman tries; William Wennerbom 2 goals, pen goal) defeated Gordon 20 (Thomas Leaver, Nicholas Tracy, Nicholas Kirkwood tries; David Serukai goal, pen goal) at Chatswood Oval on Saturday.
First Grade – W. McMahon Shield: Gordon 41 (Dylan Dowling 2, Jack Mazaraki 2, William Bremner, Oliver Smeallie tries; Saul McCredie 4 goals, pen goal) defeated Sydney University 38 (Jack Murray 2, Hayden Pomare, Sam Ridley, Tom Osborne, Riley Alcorn tries; Joshua Hardie 4 goals) at St John’s College Oval on Saturday.
Second Grade – Shell Trophy: Gordon 35 (Rory Burns 2, Conor Fahey, Aidan Dowling, Mathew Polmear; Oliver Iles-Mann 5 goals) defeated Sydney University 31 (Netane Talanoa, Tim Lilmmaiava, Oliver Young, Angus Chadwick, Drew Beacom tries; Edward Renton 3 goals) at St John’s College Oval on Saturday.
Third Grade – Bill Simpson Shield: Gordon 34 (Hayden Kendall 2, Ben Mackay 2, Hugh Roberts, Eric Stene tries; Hayden Kenfall 2 goals) defeated Sydney University 0 at St John’s College Oval on Saturday.
NEAFL Round 5
Sydney University bye.
Sydney AFL Men’s Premier Division – Round 5
Premier Division: Western Suburbs Magpies 10-7: 67 (Callan Dell 4, James Newbury 2, Levi Sands, Kaya Bremner, Adam. Tipungwuti, Callum McEvoy-Gray) defeated Sydney University 9.11: 65 (Matthew Vicic 3, Nicholas Foster, Luke Freemantle, Timothy Cordner, Samual Gilfedder, Tom Ayton) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Western Suburbs: Callan Dell, Jack Tidd, Levi Sands, Callum McEvoy-Gray, Geordie Gregory, James Newbury.
Sydney University: Nicholas Foster, Aaron Day, David Johnson, Tom Ayton, Timothy Cordner, Matthew Vicic.
Premier Reserves: Sydney University 10.14: 74 (Jack Fox 2, Daniel Smith 2, Matt Akehurst 2, Sebastian Trevaskis, Nik Dale, Malcolm Picken, Adam Birman) defeated Western Suburbs Magpies 6.3: 39 (scorers not provided) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Sydney University: Malcolm Picken, Christopher Reichman, Daniel Smith, Matthew Powys, Adam Birman, Nicholas Bowen
Western Suburbs: Clinton McGrath, Timothy Lambert, Benjaiman Robertson, Bryce Heazlewood, Joshua Zoppo, Jackson Hand.
Division One: Sydney University 17.8: 110 (Thomas Elkington 4, John Walsh 4, Samuel Power 2, Joshua Cutrupi 2, Daniel Downes, Mitchell Francis, Tom Dunlop, Gordon Willis, Sean Stokoe) defeated Wollondilly Knights 7.7: 49 (Jason Haddock 4, Aaron Cottrell 2, Shaun Paget) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Sydney University: Daniel Downes, John Walsh, Peyton Caffey, Tom Dunlop, James Nettle, Samuel Power.
Wollondilly: James Watkins, James Weston, Shaun Paget, Jason Haddock, Ryan Morgan, Aaron Cottrell.
Division Two: Sydney University 17.16: 118 (Aron Everett 4, O. Young 2, Peter Lloyd 2, Peter Schmidt 2, Patrick Hunter 2, Daniel Whitehead, Kyall Homberg, Jack Jensen, James Harken, Oliver Maxwell) defeated Western Suburbs Magpies 3.5: 23 (Alexander Zourkas, Andrew Elchah, Christien Specha) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.
Sydney University: Nicholas Craze, Eric Norris, Peter Schmidt, Lachlan Johnson, Caleb St Ather, Peter Lloyd.
Western Suburbs: Arron Convery, Eid Kassem, Alexander Zourkas, Andrew Elchah, Ibrihim Kassem, Christien Specha.
Division Three: Sydney University bye.
Under 19 One: Sydney University 11.8: 74 (Thomas Stapleton 2, Josef Wilks 2, Luke Gallen 2, Henry Gowers, Vijaya Sainju, Riley Holmes, Matthew Dyster, Dylan Abdurahman) defeated Pennant Hills Demons 10.7: 76 (Bailey Miedler 4, Mitchell Blow 2, Ben Matthews, Darcy Carnahan, Liam Hassall, Aiden Micallef) at Sydney university Oval on Saturday.
Sydney University: Thomas Linfield-Kent, Wesley Greenaway, Thomas Stapleton, Vijaya Sainju, Josef. Wilks, Damien Dickson .
Pennant Hills: Mitchell Blow, Bailey Miedler, Connor Matthews, Jonathan Nati, Liam Hassall, Ben Matthews.
Under 19 Two: Sydney University 15.14: 104 (Jordan Hill 3, Kobee Haereroa 3, Joshua Lee 2, Damien Dickson 2, Benjamin Wrigley 2, Dominic Piscioneri, Rory Bresnahan, Vijaya Sainju) defeated South Sydney Magpies 4.5: 29 (Lachlan May 2) at Rosedale Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Jordan Hill, Joshua Lee, Rory Bresnahan, Dominic Piscioneri, Luke Asnicar, Benjamin Wrigley.
South Sydney: Noah Breen, Lachlan May, Joshua Purcell, Kurtis Deans, Nathaniel Laing.
Sydney AFL Women’s Premier Division – Round 5
Women’s Premier: Sydney University Bombers 4-10: 34 (Chloe Scrimshaw 2, Louise Stephenson, Amber Laven) defeated Newtown Breakaways 2.1: 13 (Alex Schroder, Laura Holdsworth) at Mohoney Park on Saturday.
Sydney University: Pippy Clegg, Louise Stephenson, Kristen Hay, Anna Johnston, Alice Wood, Chloe Scrimshaw.
Newtown Breakaways: Codie Briggs, Patricia Wright, Anna Ruut, Ariel Gillies, Helen Dick, Fransesca Hocking.
Women’s Division One: Wollongong Saints 12.13: 85 ( Rylee McGartland 7, Stella McCauley, Kaylee Shepheard, Phillipa Davis, Caroline Saliou, Eleri Morris ) defeated Sydney University Bombers 1.0: 6 (Bianca Hunt) at North Dalton Park on Saturday.
Wollongong Saints: Rylee McGartland, Eleri Morris , Phillipa Davis, Rebecca Badman, Nicole Woodcock, Katherine Gow.
Sydney University: Bianca Hunt, Georgina Cook, Georgie Davis, Emma Seton, Tannika Robertson, Sophie Clarke.
NPL 3 NSW Men’s competition – Round 9
First Grade: St George City 1 (Robbie Deasy) defeated Sydney University 0 at Sydney University Football Ground on Saturday.
Under 20: Sydney University 2 (James Reed 2) drew with St George City 2 (Emanuel Koumis 2) at Sydney University Football Ground on Saturday.
Under 18: St George City 5 (Joshua Keremelevski 2, Jourdan Halikidis 2, Hady Hussain) defeated Sydney University 2 (Ali Faour) at Sydney University Football Ground on Saturday.
NPL 2 Men’s competition – Round 9
Under 16: Sydney University 4 (Oscar Darkatch, Finn McDowell, Nabil Harrar, Danny Knight) defeated Nepean 1 (Benjamin Hurley) at Cook Park on Saturday.
Under 15: Sydney University 2 (Lucas Buccirelli, Joseph Tutek) defeated Nepean 1 (Liam Austin) at Cook Park on Saturday.
Under 14: Sydney University 0 drew with Nepean 0 at Cook Park on Saturday.
Under 13: Sydney University 3 (Christian Falato, Ernesto Espinisa Brain, Alfie McEnearney) defeated Nepean 0 at Cook Park on Sunday.
NPL Women’s competition – Round 9
First Grade: Sydney University 1 drew with Emerging Jets 1 at Sydney University Football Ground on Sunday.
Reserve Grade: Sydney University 7 (Jessica Cirignano 2, Maxine Peak 2, Georgia Pollitt, Gabrielle Park, Georgia Plessas) defeated Emerging Jets 0 at Sydney University Football Ground on Sunday.
Under 17: Sydney University 3 (Stephanie Augoustis, Alexandra Whiteside, ??) defeated Emerging Jets 0 at Sydney University Football Ground on Sunday.
Under 15: Sydney University 1 (Holly Morel) defeated Emerging Jets 0 at Sydney University Football Ground on Sunday.
Under 14: Sydney University 1 (Talia Kapetanellis) defeated Emerging Jets 0 at Sydney University Football Ground on Sunday.
NSW Tertiary Cup competition – Round 3
First Division: Sydney University 56 defeated UTS Tigers 6 at Macquarie University Oval on Saturday.
Sydney Winter Baseball League – Round 4
First Grade: UNSW 6 defeated Sydney University 5 at Petersham Oval on Saturday.
Second Grade: Sydney University 8 defeated UNSW 6 at Petersham Oval on Saturday.
Third Grade: Sydney University 5 defeated UNSW 4 at Petersham Oval on Saturday.