Sydney University had to settle for a draw when wet weather caused the Round 6 Premier NSW Cricket match against Eastern Suburbs at Waverley Oval to be call off.

Having declared at their day one total of 8-345, the Students had Easts 3-19 after a delayed start on day two, with William Salzmann (2-8) and Charlie Cassell (1-8) the wicket-takers.

The Students had batted throughout day one of the contest, with Ryan McElduff topscoring with a patient 76, including seven boundaries. Opener Jack Attenborough also made a solid contribution with 70, while Tim Cummins chimed in with 56.

Sydney University will host St George in a two-day Round 7 clash starting at University Oval on Saturday.

Sydney University Seconds also had to settle for a draw when the weather intervened at University Oval on Saturday. Having posted a solid 7(dec)- 353 on day one, they had Easts 6-197 when play stopped, with Josh Toyer claiming 3-58 and Andrew Hazard 2-38.

Sydney University Thirds were 4-49 chasing Easts 300 when played stopped at Trumper Park, while the Fourth-Grade match at Petersham Oval also ended in a draw with Easts 3-36 in reply to Sydney University’s 7(dec)-107.

Sydney University’s Poidevin-Gray Shieled (Under 21) side suffered a 145 run loss to Northern District in their Round 2 one-day match at University Oval on Sunday.

After winning the toss and batting, Northern District rattled up an imposing 5-363 off their 50 overs, thanks to skipper Lachlan Shaw’s 121 off 82 balls. The innings included 11 boundaries and four over the pickets.

Openers Cameron Tunks (63) and Nicholas Hook (40) had given the visitors a solid 80-run start.

The Students replied with 6-249 off their 50 overs, with the opening partnership between Thomas Siede (78) and skipper Dom Goddard (59) producing 105 of those runs.

Siede’s 105-ball innings included five boundaries, while Goddard hit four boundaries in his 85-ball stay.

Wilf La Fontaine Jackson’s 45 off 27 balls included three 6s, while Thomas Lynch cracked 31 off 24 balls. Lachlan Boy (3-53) and Manan Patel (2-27) led the Hawkesbury attack.

The Students will host Blacktown Mounties in a One Day Poidevin-Gray match at University Oval on December 10.