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Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, compiled by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.

Basketball

Women’s National Basketball League – Round 21

Southern Design Sydney Uni Flames 72 (Belinda Snell 24, Lauren King 13, Amy Denson 10) d Bendigo Spirit 70 (Tess Magden 18, Gabrielle Richards 13) at Bendigo Stadium on Saturday night.

 

Water Polo

National  Water Polo League – Game 5

Men: Results not posted.

Women: Sydney University 11 (Keesja Gofers 4, Gabby Wikman 2, Cortney Collyer, Georgia Clarke, Joanne Whitehorn, Jessica Cox, Kelly Easterday goals) d Drummoyne 9 (Elizabeth Unbehaun 3, Devon Boyle 2, Ellen Hahn 2, Elise Holden, Morgan Baxter) at Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre.

NSW Under 14 Championships at Tamworth

Boys: Quarter final: Sydney University 11 d Ovens and Murray 4. Semi-final: Sydney University 5 d Central Coast 3. Final: Hunter 10 d Sydney University 3.

Girls: Play-off: Sydney University 1 drew with Cronulla White 1.

 

Cricket

Sydney Men’s Grade competition (Limited Overs qualifying final)

Sydney University 9-181 off 41.4 overs (Greg Mail 62, Mark Faraday 28, Ian Moran 27, David Miller 21; Adam Ezekiel 3-46, Ahillen Beadle 2-28, Tas Yadani 2-38) d Eastern Suburbs 180 off 49 overs (Peter Neville 69, Sam Robson 25, Adam Ezekiel 24, Rob Watts 23, Andrew Harriott 20; Stuart Clark 3-23, Tim Ley 3-28, Stuart MacGill 1-37, Ian Moran 1-29) by one wicket at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Eastern Suburbs. Batted first: Eastern Suburbs. Umpires: Andrew Hamilton, Anthony Wilds. Semi-finals, February 26: Defending champions Sydney University to host Fairfield-Liverpool at No.1 Oval; UNSW to Randwick-Petersham at the Village Green.

Round 13  (Limited overs)

First Grade: Sydney University 3-167 off 42.1 overs (Greg Mail  82 not out, Mark Faraday 42, Nick Larkin 31 not out; Harry Conway 1-16) d Northern District 164 off 48.3 overs (Jonathon Whealing 39, Tristen McDonald 25; Ian Moran 3-35, David Miller 2-18, Will Somerville 2-25, Tim Ley 2-34, Greg Mail 1-13) by seven wickets at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Northern District. Points: Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

Second  Grade: Sydney University 7-221 off 50 overs (Tom Kierath 108 not out, Michael Culkoff 41, Nigel Cowell 27 not out; Dean Crawford 3-34, Matthew Philips 2-26) d Northern District 195 off 41.2 overs (Clinton Witt 45, Tim McMahon 30, Matthew Phillips 30; Nigel Cowell 3-35, Michael Culkoff 3-38, Josh Toyer 2-28) by 26 runs at Mark Taylor Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first:  Sydney University. Points:  Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

Third Grade: Sydney University 3-119 off 21.5 overs (Robert Edwards 45 not out, Alasdair Grant 35 not out, Suda Sivapalan 21; Phil Melville 3-22) d Northern District 115 off 42.4 overs (Michael Galbraith 35; Chris Withers 3-12, Robert Edwards 3-26, Kerrod McPherson 2-25) by seven wickets, with a bonus point, at Sydney University No.2 Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Northern District. Points:  Sydney University 7, Northern District 0.

Fourth Grade: Northern District 5-115 off 23.4 overs (Matthew Griffin 48), d Sydney University 224 off 49.5 overs (Alex Logan 59, Brendan Pyke 35, Jim Kazaglis 29 not out, Peter Murray 26, Stuart McLean 22) by five wickets in rain shortened match at Asquith Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Northern District 6, Sydney University 0.

Fifth Grade: Sydney University 6-66 off 23 overs (Michael Barwick 25 not out) d Northern District 88 off 45.1 overs (Alexander Rack 2-9, Alex Toomey 2-11, Sam Mahabady 2-16, Hasi Balasuriya 2-20) by four wickets in rain-shortened match at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Northern District: Points:  Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

Sydney Women’s Grade competition – Round 17 (Limited overs)

First Grade: Bankstown 210 off 49.5 overs (Corinne Hall 40, Carly Ryan 34, Laura Wright 23, Sharron Millanta 22, Emma Newman 20; Kate Owen 3-18,Erin Burns 2-49, Felicity Goodwin 1-14) d Universities 105 off 26.5 overs (Alison Parkin 21, Georgina Redmayne 20; Sarah Aley 2-10, Sharron 2-19) by 105 runs at David Phillips North Oval. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Bankstown 6, Universities 0.

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