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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.

Cricket

Sydney Premier Women’s Grade competition – Finals (Limited Overs)

First Grade: Universities 5-289 off 50 overs (Georgia Redmayne 141 not out, Ashley Day 79; Rene Farrell 2-53, Sarah Staples 2-54) defeated St George-Sutherland 152 off 39.1 overs (Clare Crewdson 35, Lauren Miletich 26, Rene Farrell 21; Qanita Jalil 3-5, Melissa Norup 2-15, Olivia Porter 2-20) by 137 runs at Blacktown International Sports Park on Sunday.

Second Grade: Parramatta0-164 off 39 overs (Kelsey Miller 124 not out, Elise Noble 36 not out) defeated Universities 9-163 off 50 overs (Jade Christie 41, Darshana Kannan 38; Kelsey Miller 3-21, Renee Hebden 2-22) by 10 wickets at Grahame Thomas Oval on Sunday.

Sydney Premier Men’s Grade competition – Semi-finals (Two-day matches)

First Grade: Sydney University 431 off 123.5 overs (Damien Mortimer 120, Ed Cowan 82, Nick Larkin 48, Hayden Kerr 43, Liam Robertson 32; Nicholas Bills 5-119, Ryan Felsch 2-72) defeated Sydney 127 off 32 overs (Matthew Rodgers 55; Tim Ley 4-30, Ben Joy 2-19, Devlin Malone 2-23, Lawrence Neil-Smith 2-28) on the first innings at Sydney University Oval on Saturday and Sunday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University.

In the other semi-final Parramatta drew with Campbelltown-Camden at Old Kings Oval.

Final: Sydney University versus Parramatta at Bankstown Memorial Oval on March 31 and April 1 and 2, with play commencing at 9.30am.

Third Grade: Sydney University 141 off 62.3 overs (Alisdair Grant 31, Ed Arnott 31, Jack Lawson 26; Jim Pike 4-57, Michael Sullivan 3-22) and 5-124 off 50 overs (Charles Litchfield 43 not out, Ash Cowan 21; Matthew Giumelli 2-30) defeated Parramatta 135 off 63.2 overs (Harrison King 41, Liam O’Farrell 41; Sam Wood 6-42, Aidan Peek 2-11) on the first innings at Petersham Oval on Saturday and Sunday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University.

In the other semi-final Sydney defeated Eastern Suburbs on the first innings at Drummoyne Oval.

Final: Sydney University versus Sydney at Sydney University Oval on March 31 and April 1, with play commencing at 9.30am.

Other finals: Northern District will meet Manly-Warringah in the Second Grade final at Mark Taylor Oval; Manly-Warringah will meet Western Suburbs in the Fourth Grade final at Manly Oval; and Parramatta will meet Manly-Warringah in the Fifth Grade final at Old Kings Oval.

 

Water Polo

National Water Polo League – Round 8

Men: Sydney University Lions 15 (Goran Tomasevic 3, Cody Ingram 2, Johnno Cotterill 2, Christian Kyriakou 2, Clayton Whittaker 2, Ben Stevenson 2, Chaz Poot, Wil Cotterill) defeated Adelaide Jets 2 (Stefan Porobic 2) at Peter Montgomery Pool, Sydney University Sports and Fitness Centre, on Sunday.

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