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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 1

Sydney Uni Flames 73 (Katie-Rae Ebzery 19, Rohanee Cox 15, Leilani Mitchell 13, Mikaela Ruef 10) d Canberra Capitals 70 (Jessica Bibby 24, Abby Bishop 14, Stephanie Talbot 12) at AIS Arena, Canberra, on Saturday night.

Cricket

Sydney Men’s Grade competition – Round 2 (Two-day matches)

First Grade: Sydney University 4(dec)-271 off 96 overs (Nick Larkin 157 not out, Greg Mail 55; Nathan Rowe 3-77, Ian Moran 1-26) d Eastern Suburbs 193 off 63 overs (Nic Maddison 53, Matthew Condon 44, Steffan Piolet 21; Will Somerville 5-54, Jonte Pattison 4-42) on the first innings at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Eastern Suburbs 0.

Second Grade: Sydney University 8-(dec)-254 off 93 overs (Will Hay 63, Steven Hobson 57, Jack Hill 55, Ben Trevor-Jones 31; Nicholas Kershaw 6-65) d Eastern Suburbs 110 off 51.3 overs (Michael Maclennan 50 not out, William Eaton 24; Joe Kershaw 4-24, Lewis McMahon 3-23) and 2-127 (Thomas Gallop 66, William Eaton 42 not out; Joe Kershaw 2-19) on the first innings at Waverley Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Eastern Suburbs 0.

Third Grade: Eastern Suburbs 5(dec)-104 off 35 overs (Sam Mullens 29 not out, Alex Tunnadine 26; Ash Cowan 2-18) and 8-115 (Brenton Barker 43, Sam Mullens 25; Jim Ryan 5-54, Max Hope 2-7) d Sydney University 79 off 45.5 overs (Brodie Frost 27 not out, Jack Holloway 19; Christopher Hulston 3-17, Samuel Powell 2-6, Angus Palmer 2-20) and 6(dec)-174 (Max Hope 67, Jack Holloway 49; Udit Mehta 1-17) on the first innings at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Eastern Suburbs 6, Sydney University 0.

Fourth Grade: Eastern Suburbs 74, off 27 overs, and 1-25 v Sydney University 83 off 36 overs (Matt Lowen 40) stumps, day one at Trumper Park. (No more details available.) Sydney University were set 180 off 50 overs to win outright and finished at 3-183 (No details available.) Toss: Eastern Suburbs. Batted first: Eastern Suburbs. Points: Sydney University 10, Eastern Suburbs 0.

Fifth Grade: Sydney University 9(dec)-182 off 66 overs (Ryan McMahon 49, Matt Lowen 37; George Black 3-43, Dave Nash 3-46) d Eastern Suburbs 114 off 45 overs (Sam Hulston 26, George Black 25; Alex Myhalyka 5-33, Thomas Hill 2-9) and 3-64 off 30 overs at Snape Park. Toss: Eastern Suburbs. Batted first: Eastern Suburbs. Points: Sydney University 6, Eastern Suburbs 0.

Kingsgrove Cup Twenty20 competition

Format: Two pools of 12 teams each (Sydney Sixes pool and Thunder pool), including teams from Newcastle, ACT, Central Coast and Illawarra. Sydney University topped the Sydney Sixes pool and will meet Fairfield in a semi-final on October 29 at Blacktown International Sports Park. The pool final will follow on the same date. The winners of each pool will play each other at the Sydney Cricket Ground on November 2.

Game 1: Sydney University 4-124 off 16.4 overs (Nick Larkin 51 not out, Tim Ley 25, Liam Robertson 24; Daniel Friedrich 1-19) d Northern District 6-121 off 20 overs (Andrew Harriott 45, Jonathon Webb 25; Liam Robertson 2-16, Joe Kershaw 2-22) at Mark Taylor Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Northern District. Points: Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

Game 2: Sydney University 2-108 off 16.4 overs (Liam Robertson 38 not out, Mark Faraday 36, Tim Ley 24 not out; Hayden Murphy 1-36, Blair Lindsay 1-25) d Central Coast  6-105 off 20 overs (Blair Lindsay 35, Adam Taylor 20 not out; Will Somerville 2-12, Tim Ley 1-20, Nigel Cowell 1-20, Joe Kershaw 1-23, Liam Robertson 1-26) at Mark Taylor Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Central Coast. Points: Sydney University 6, Central Coast 0.

Game 3: Sydney University bye.

Game 4: Sydney University 7-144 off 20 overs (Scott Henry 63, Nick Larkin 48, David Miller 16 not out; Jay Dyball 4-10) d Hawkesbury 119 off 19.4 overs (Corey Lowe 39, Jay Dyball 34; Liam Robertson 3-15, Ben Joy 2-12, Joe Kershaw 2-21) at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Hawkesbury 0.

Metropolitan Cup competition – Round 2 (Two-day match)

Blacktown 9-153 off 63 overs (Alex Lind 40, Zulfiqar Salahuddin 29, Nikhil Parvathaneni 26 not out; Chris De Krester 4-28) d Sydney University 135 off 55 overs (Eshan Khot 35, Chris De Krester 27; Jay Prakash 3-40, Curtis Lucas 2-3) on the first innings at Whalan No.2 Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Blacktown 6, Sydney University 0.

Sydney Women’s Grade Cricket competition – Third Grade Round 2 (Limited Overs)

Universities Gold 135 off 32 overs  (Madison Leach 2-11, Hannah Ashpole 2-13) d Northern District 83 off 24 overs (Madison Leach 25 not out) by 52 runs at Tempe Reserve. Toss:Universities Gold. Batted first:  Universities Gold. Points: Universities Gold 6, Northern District 0.

Universities Blue 8-218 off 40 overs (Sre Gnanamusthy 3-19, Kirsten Wraith 3-27) d North West Sydney 11 off 18 overs (no details available) by 207 runs at Bella Vista Oval. Toss: North West Sydney. Batted first: Universities Blue. Points: Universities Blue 6, North West Sydney 0.

 

Rugby Union

National Rugby Championship – Round 9

Sydney Stars 49 (Jake Gordon 2, Tipiloma Kaveinga, Jake Wainwright, James Willan,  Michael Hodge tries, penalty try; Angus Roberts 3, Jack Macklin goals; Jack Macklin pen) d Macquarie University North Harbour Rays 40 (Josh Holmes 2, Kotoni Ale, David Feltscheer, Jack Dempsey tries; Hamish Angus 4 goals, Harry Jones goal) at Leichhardt Oval, Sydney.

 

Fencing

Asian Under 23 Championships

Men’s Foil Final: Hanseok Lee (Korea) d Sholto Douglas (Sydney University-Australia) 15-13 in Manila.

Men’s Foil Semi-Final: Sholto Douglas (Sydney University-Australia) d Jaeyoung An (Korea) 15-10.

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