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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 22

Canberra Capitals 55 (Jessica Bibby 13, Carly Wilson 10) defeated Southern Design Sydney University Flames 52 (Natalie Stafford 12, Katie-Rae Ebzery 10)  at Sydney University Sports and Fitness Centre.

Water Polo

National Water Polo League – Round 3

Men: Sydney University Lions 11 (Thomas Whalan 4,  Trent Franklin 2, Scott Nicholson 2, Thomas Hearns, Lachlan Hollis, Alastair Visch) d Drummoyne Devils 9 (Adam Polivka 4, Balazs Mathe 3, Jake Stanton, Mitch Emery )at Drummoyne

Women: Sydney University Lions 9 (Alicia Brightwell 3, Gabby Wikman 2, Georgia Clarke 2, Keesja Gofers, Emily Scott) d Drummoyne Devils 7 (Devon Boyle 2, Kirsten Hudson 2, Angela Turnbull, Danielle White, Morgan Baxter ) at Drummoyne.

Cricket

Sydney men’s Limited Over competition – Semi-final

First Grade: Sydney University 9-288 off 50 overs (Ian Moran 85, Scott Henry 66, Greg Mail 64, Mark Faraday 43; Adam Coyte 2-24, Alex Graham 3-66) d Randwick-Petersham 7-276 off 50 overs (Damien Wall 77, Simon Katich 75, Adam Semple 49 not out; Ian Moran 3-54) by 12 runs at Coogee Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Manly-Warringah defeated  Fairfield-Liverpool  by 47 runs in the other semi-final, at Rosedale Oval. Final: Sydney University v Manly-Warringah at Manly Oval on February 27.

Sydney men’s grade cricket competition – Round 13 (Two-day matches – 12 and 19 February)

First Grade: Sydney University 2-254 (Will Hay 106 not out, Scott Henry 66 not out, Ian Moran 53; Adam Semple 1-29, Jordan Magro 1-29) d Randwick-Petersham 253 (Nathan Price 56, Rodney Stafford 64, Adam Semple 38; Greg Mail 3-34, Ian Moran 3-35, Tom Keirath 2-29) by eight wickets at Sydney University No.1 Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Sydney University 6, Randwick-Petersham 0.

Second Grade: Sydney University 242 (Matthew Morgan 60, Justin Younes 56, Adam Theobald 47; Nick Charlwood 5-46) d Randwick-Petersham 204 (Alex Sciascia 60, Alex Graham 40, Peter Cross 33; Liam Robertson 3-29, Ben Joy 3-39), on the first innings at Coogee Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Randwick-Petersham 0.

Third Grade: Randwick-Petersham 9-185 (Toby Finzel 61, Andrew Williams 32; Ken Huckle 4-24) d Sydney University 184 (Alasdair Grant 40, Kerrod McPherson 29 not out; Grant Rimmer 8-111) by one wicket at Sydney University No.2 Oval. Toss: Randwick-Petersham. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Randwick-Petersham 6, Sydney University 0.

Fourth Grade: Sydney University 7-161 (Simon Cowan 26, Jarrod Waterlow 26, Sam Mahabady 22; Alex Tomkins 2-21, Chris Singh 2-23, Matthew Hilder 2-27) d Randwick-Petersham 160 (David Bourke 42, Matthew Hilder 33, Gabriel Budwee 33; Sam Mahabady 5-47, Elliott Braunstein 3-37, Devin Foulis 2-17) by three wickets at Petersham Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Sydney University 6, Randwick-Petersham 0.

Fifth Grade: Randwick 122 (Karl Schubert 32, Matthew Coles 24; Josh Lawrence 5-21, Ronit Lotliker 4-28) d Sydney University 82 (Charles Arcus 25; Nick Saady 4-15, Samuel Muir 4-25 ) on first innings at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham. Points: Randwick-Petersham 6, Sydney University 0.

Sydney women’s grade competition – Round 20 (Twenty20)

First Grade: Campbelltown-Camden 5-146 (Clare Koski 55, Kate Waetford 28; Sarah Brennan 2-9) d Universities 7-110 (Kate Owen 29, Kate Blackwell 21; Naomi Stalenberg 2-15, Corinne Loader 2-17) by 36 runs at Raby Oval. Toss: Campbelltown-Camden. Batted first: Campbelltown-Camden.

Second Grade: Campbelltown-Camden 2-65 (Tanya Baile 17, Sarah Beard 17; Ellie Bath 1-4, Nicole Woods 1-24) d Universities 9-64 (Nicole Woods 9, Ellie Bath 7; Kiera Perry 3-6,Hayley Kerrigan 2-11) by seven wickets at Sydney University No.1 Oval.

 

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