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Sydney University’s Under 16 cricket side is two games away from a finals berth in the hotly-contested A.W. Green Shield competition played during the school holidays.

With three wins from their first five matches, Sydney University sit fifth on the ladder, with a qualifying finals spot in their sights.

Unbeaten Penrith lead the competition on 33 points, with Manly-Warringah, also unbeaten, on 32, Bankstown (27), Northern District (26), Sydney University (20) and Mosman (18) making up the top six.

Sydney University meet 19th placed Fairfield-Liverpool at Rosedale Oval tomorrow (Tuesday) and 13th placed Western Suburbs at Sydney University No.1 Oval on Thursday in the final two round matches before the qualifying finals, to determine the top four, are played on January 20.

The semi-finals will be played on January 22, with the final scheduled for Monday, January 26.

Meanwhile, the Sydney Grade competition resumed at the weekend with a round of limited overs matches.

Randwick-Petersham collected the points in First Grade with a 59-run win over Sydney University at University No.1 Oval.

Adam Semple (56) and Shaun Eaton (54) helped the visitors to a solid total of 8-236 after they had been sent in to bat first.

When the Students lost Scott Henry for 85 and Mark Faraday for 47, the writing was on the wall, with Nicholas Stapleton (4-38), Daniel Sams (3-21) and Nathan Ellis (3-29) collecting the spoils.

Sydney University collected the points in Second, Third and Fourth grades, while Randwick-Petersham won the Fifth Grade clash.

Sydney University also won the Metropolitan Cup match against Fairfield-Liverpool at Don Dawson Oval.

Scoreboard

Sydney Grade Cricket competition – Round 8 (Limited overs)

First Grade: Randwick-Petersham 8-236 off 50 overs (Adam Semple 56, Shaun Eaton 54, Ryan Higgins 32; Tim Ley 3-42, Will Somerville 2-17, Greg Mail 1-28, Liam Robertson 2-46) d Sydney University 177 off 45.3 overs (Scott Henry 85, Mark Faraday 47; Nicholas Stapleton 4-38, Daniel Sams 3-21, Nathan Ellis 3-29) by 59 runs at Sydney University No.1 Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Randwick-Petersham 6, Sydney University 0.

Second Grade: Sydney University 5-79 off 18.4 overs (Jack Hill 31 not out, Tom Kierath 22 not out; Hayden McLean 4-30) d Randwick-Petersham 77 of 37.1 overs (Brandon McLean 31; David Miller 3-16, Josh Toyer 3-36, Ben Joy 2-13) by five wickets at Petersham Oval on Saturday. Toss: Randwick-Petersham. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Sydney University 6, Randwick-Petersham.

Third Grade: Sydney University 6-151 off 36 overs (Alexander Shaw 47 not out, Jim Ryan 24 not out, Suda Sivapalan 20; Andrew Sprowls 2-19, Ben Mitchell 2-26) d Randwick-Petersham 150 off 42 overs (Rob Huxley 54 not out, Samuel Doggett 22; Jim Ryan 6-30) by four wickets at St Paul’s College Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Sydney University 6, Randwick-Petersham 0.

Fourth Grade: Sydney University 5-292 off 50 overs (Ryan Danne 73, Jack Maddocks 72 not out, Matthew Skinner 52, Charles Cull 44) d Randwick-Petersham 128 off 41.1 overs (Charles Cull 4-23, Alasdair Grant 2-6, Ryan Kurtz 2-25) by 164 runs, with a bonus point, at Coogee Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 7, Randwick-Petersham 0.

Fifth Grade: Randwick-Petersham 7-112 off 36.2 overs (Cooper Smith 42, David Lillyman 18 not out; Lawrence Neil-Smith 3-26) d Sydney University 111 off 37.2 overs (James Madden 30, Anthony Johnston 22, Lachlan Carfax 20; Oshanka Perera 3-13, Grant Rimmer 2-14, Darren Smith 2-21) by three wickets at Camperdown Oval on Saturday. Toss: Randwick-Petersham. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Randwick-Petersham 6, Sydney University 0.

A.W. Green Shield competition (Under 16 – Limited overs)

Round 1: Sydney University 7-190 off 49.1 overs (Lachlan Carfax 57, Nicholas Arnold 39, Douglas Rogers 36; Tom Englelbrecht 2-37) d St George 187 off 49.4 overs (Ben Panayopoulos 47, Cooper Cheney 42; James Haldane 3-24, Lachlan Carfax 2-11) by three wickets at Hurstville Oval on December 18. Toss: St George. Batted first: St George. Points: Sydney University 6, St George 0.

Round 2: Sydney University 8-248 off 50 overs (no details available) d Parramatta 127 off 43.1 overs (Scott Browning 38, Ryan Peacock 31) by 107 runs, with a bonus point, at Old King’s Oval on December 21. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 7, Parramatta 0.

Round 3: Mosman 9-170 off 50 overs (Alastair James 33, Matthew Moran 33, Jack Leggott 25 not out; Aravinth Kushelakumaran 3-22, James Haldane 2-26) d Sydney University 120 off 29.3 overs (Lachlan Carfax 64; Matthew Moran 6-34) by 50 runs at Sydney University No.1 Oval on December 23. Toss: Mosman. Batted first: Mosman. Points: Mosman 6, Sydney University 0.

Round 4: Hawkesbury 8-143 off 47 overs (Param Uppal 47, Reece Lipowicz 26; Lachlan Carfax 3-13) d Sydney University 138 off 45 overs (Eoin Liehr 30, Lachlan Carfax 26, Kobe Carroll 19; Arsh Kapila 3-12) by five runs at Sydney University No.1 Oval on January 6. Toss: Hawkesbury. Batted first: Hawkesbury. Points: Hawkesbury 6, Sydney University 0.

Round 5: Sydney University 3-166 (Lachlan Carfax 47, Anthony Johnson 47; Eoin Liehr 31; Jack Hardwicke-Owen 1-20) d UNSW 161 off 47.5 overs (Anthony Melnyk 27, Benjamin Page 24; Aravinth Kushelakumaran 3-20, Nicholas Arnold 2-16, Lachlan Carfax 1-23) by seven wickets, with a bonus point, at David Phillips South Oval on January 8. Toss: UNSW. Batted first: UNSW. Points: Sydney University 7, UNSW 0.

Metropolitan Cup Men’s competition – Round 8 (Limited overs)

Sydney University 3-120 off 31 overs (Kobe Carroll 35 not out, Hugh Kermond 23 not out, Zohirul Islam 23) d Fairfield-Liverpool 117 off 43.2 overs (Nicholas Arnold 2-13) at Don Dawson Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Fairfield-Liverpool. Points: Sydney University 6, Fairfield-Liverpool 0.

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