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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.

Basketball

Basketball: Women’s National Basketball League – Grand Final (Best of three)

Game 1: Brydens Sydney Uni Flames 91 (Alex Wilson 22, Leilani Mitchell 15, Jennifer Hamson 15, Leilani Mitchell 15, Asia Taylor 15 Lauren Nicholson 9, Tahlia Tupaea 8, Belinda Snell 7) defeated Dandenong Rangers 82 (Sara Blicavs 25, Stephanie Cumming 16, Natalie Novosel 14, Ally Malott 8) at Brydens Stadium, Sydney University Sport and Fitness Centre, on Saturday.

Game 2: Dandenong Stadium, Melbourne on Friday, March 17, with a 7.30pm tip-off.

Game 3 (if required):Brydens Stadium, Sydney University Sport and Fitness Centre, on Sunday, March 19, with a 2pm tip-off.

Water Polo

Water Polo: National Men’s and Women’s Water Polo Leagues – Round 9

Men: Sydney University Lions defeated Brisbane Barracudas 19-8 at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney Uni Sports and Fitness Centre, on Friday, March 10.

Women: Sydney University Lions drew with Brisbane Barracudas 14-14 at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney Uni Sports and Fitness Centre on Friday, March 10.

Cricket

Sydney Men’s Premier competition Round 15 (50 over matches)

First Grade (Rain reduced to 21 overs): Sydney University 7-117 off 20.5 overs (Nick Larkin 49, Liam Robertson 26; Thomas Sowden 4-16) defeated Bankstown 7-115 off 21 overs Philip Wells 28, Brendan Smith 20 not out; Devlin Malone 3-27) by three wickets at Bankstown Memorial Oval on Sydney. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Sydney University 6, Bankstown 0.

Second Grade: Sydney University 3-187 off 28.3 overs (Will Hay 82, David Miller 67 not out; Dayne Heward 1-22, Matthew Smith 1-27) defeated Bankstown 186 off 43.3 overs (Chris Ridley 62 not out, Jehan Bilimoria 36; Kieran Elley 4-24, Jonathon Craig Dobson 4-29) by seven wickets, with a bonus point, at Sydney University Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Sydney University 7, Bankstown 0.

Third Grade: Sydney University 2-131 off 27.5 overs (Kevin Jacob 68 not out, Alexander Shaw 44; Damien Loy 1-8) defeated Bankstown 130 off 41.5 overs (Jacob Malcolm 35, Cameron Middleton  24; Josh Toyer 3-38, Henry Clark 2-7) by eight wickets, with a bonus point, at Jensen Park on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Sydney University 7, Bankstown 0.

Fourth Grade: Bankstown 6-187 off 49.3 overs (Jackson Isakka 83 not out, Daniel Slane 48; Alasdair Grant 3-30, Angus Cusack 1-22) defeated Sydney University 186 off 49.4 overs Alasdair Grant 47, Cristian Lorenzato 42; Connor Wilkinson 6-48) by four wickets at St Paul’s College Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Bankstown 6, Sydney University 0.

Fifth Grade: Bankstown 6-212 off 50 overs (Matthew Kelly 101 not out, Danny Moy 35 not out, Michael Polson 34; defeated Sydney University 5-211 off 50 overs (Vince Umbers 73, Jake Day 50; David Freedman 2-51) by one run at Grahame Thomas Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Bankstown 6, Sydney University 0.  

Metropolitan Cup – Round 15

Sydney University 3-38 off 13.4 overs (Zohirul Islam 18 not out) defeated Georges Rivers 36 off 24.2 overs (Daniel O’Neill 1; Zohirul Islam 4-1, Ethan Clout 4-17) by seven wickets at St Andrew’s Oval on Sunday. Toss Georges River. Batted first: Georges River. Points: Sydney University 6, Georges River 0.

Sydney Women’s Premier competition – Round 10

First Grade: Universities 6-256 off 50 overs (Georgia Redmayne 141, Carly Leeson 49) defeated Campbelltown-Camden 193 off 47.1 overs (Olivia Porter 3-22) by 63 runs with a bonus point, at David Phillips South on Sunday. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Universities. Points: Universities 7, Campbelltown-Camden 0.

Second Grade (Round 13): Campbelltown-Camden 225 off 44 overs (Jessica Marsh 46, Megan Clarke 36; Samantha Robinson 2-11, Jess Bellamy 2-27) defeated Universities 9-159 (Anastasia Sims 31, Susan Farrer 20 not out; Bethany Jenkins 3-19, Stephanie Ellsmore 2-6, Yardley Polsen 2-14) by 66 runs, with a bonus point, at Raby Oval on Sunday. Toss: Campbelltown-Camden. Batted first: Campbelltown-Camden. Points: Campbelltown-Camden 7, Universities 0.

Third Grade (Twenty20): Campbelltown-Camden 5-99 off 20 overs (Jessica Langford 30 ret/not out, Sonja Collins 22) defeated Universities 7-86 off 20 overs at Tonbridge Street Reserve on Sunday. Points: Campbelltown-Camden 6.80, Universities .50.

Gordon 3-153 off 20 overs (Jessica Henry ret/not out 31, Nikita Pawar 31 ret/not out, Emma Sherwood 31 not out; Kathryn Murphy 2-30) defeated Universities 6-81 off 20 overs (Erica James 31 ret/not out; Shagufta Barkat 2-3, Kristen Dorsch 2-18) by 71 runs at Forsyth Park on Sunday. Toss: Gordon. Batted first: Universities. Points: Gordon 7.30, Universities .30.

Brewer Shield (Under 17) – Round 12 (Limited Overs)

St George-Sutherland 3-187 off 28.3 overs (Mishal Shah 52 ret-not out, Issabella Savelli 50 ret/not out) defeated Universities 55 (Lauren Bissett 3-9, Melody Gleeson 2-6, Mishal Shah 1-4) by 132 runs, with two bonus points, at Harold Fraser Oval on Sunday. Toss: Universities. Batted first: St George-Sutherland. Points: St George-Sutherland 8, Universities .30.

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