Students extend winning run

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Sydney University’s Under 19 Division One AFL team extended their 2023 winning streak to 11 with a 128-25 result over South West Sydney Blues at No.1 Oval on Saturday.

Daemon Lakatos landed seven of the Students’ 19 goals, with Archie Christie-Day and Declan Fitzpatrick each kicking four.

The Students had nine goals in the bag toehold a 61-13 at the main break and rattled home with another 10 in a dominant display.

While Lakatos, Christie-Day and Fitzpatrick led the scoring, solid performances also came from Russell Royal, Lucas Newman and Zachary Nandlal,

Sydney University head the Under 19 Division One ladder from Pennant Hills Demons, with UNSW-ES Bulldogs, Manly Warringah Wolves, North Shore Bombers and East Coast Eagles making up the top six.

The Students will host Pennant Hills in a block-buster Under 19 Round 12 clash at No.1 Oval next Saturday.

Men’s Round 11 results:

Under 19 Division One: Sydney University 19.14: 128 (Daemon Lakatos 7, Declan Fitzpatrick 4, Archie Christie-Day 4, Toby Ryan 2, TJ Speedy Coe and Sam Jackson goals) defeated South West Sydney Blues 4.1: 25 at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.

Under 19 Division Two: North Shore Bombers 12.6: 78 defeated Sydney University 12.3: 75 at St Paul’s College Oval on Saturday.

Division Three: Newtown Breakaways 8.10: 58 defeated Sydney University 4.1: 25 (David Starkey 3, David Smythe goals) at Mahoney Park on Saturday.

Platinum Division Reserves: South West Sydney Blues 14.15: 99 defeated Sydney University 5.13: 43 at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.


Women’s Round 11 results:

Division One: Macquarie University Goannas 5.9: 39 defeated Sydney University 4.2: 26 (Alice Cagney, Sidney Mahinya, Shane Lauf and Grace Cramer goals) at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.

Division Three: St George Dragons 4.5: 29 defeated Sydney University 3.5: 23 (Emma Gelsomino, Evangeline Douglas and Hayley Kenzler goals) at Olds Park on Saturday.

Premier Division: Sydney University 5.3: 33 (Lucy Gilfedder 2, Emma Walsh, Stephanie Gillon and Maryanne Harley goals) defeated Macquarie University Goannas 2.9: 21 at Sydney University Oval on Saturday.