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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

 

AW Green Shield (Under 16 Limited Overs) – Rounds 1, 2, 3 and 4

 

Eastern Suburbs 3-114 off 22.5 overs (Jonah Trope 47, Asher Learmonth 44; Owen Hartcliff 3-12) defeated Sydney University 9-112 off 50 overs (Lachlan Reid 23; Ned Patterson 4-17) by seven wickets, with a bonus point, at University Oval on 19 December. Toss: Eastern Suburbs. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Eastern Suburbs 7, Sydney University 0.

 

Gordon 6-304 off 50 overs (Tom Chapman 115, Daimon Pin 63 not out, Samuel Schembri-Green 51; Lachlan Reid 2-66, Luke Boyes 2-66) defeated Sydney University 188 off 44.3 overs (Lachlan Reid 57, Darcy Manners 29; Rohan Watson 3-42) by 116 runs at Chatswood Oval on 22 December. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Gordon. Points: Gordon 6, Sydney University 0.

 

UNSW 4-255 off 50 overs (no details) defeated Sydney University 104 off 37 overs (Willoughby Watson 21) by 151 runs, with a bonus point, at University Oval on 4 January. Toss: UNSW. Batted first: UNSW. Points: UNSW 7, Sydney University 0.

 

Randwick-Petersham 8-116 off 32 overs (Emmanual Grogan 38; Lachlan Reid 3-40) defeated Sydney University 115 off 49.2 overs (Avikshit Lath 21; Haider Ali 3-10, Bilal Abbasi 3-27) by two wickets at University Oval on 5 January. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Randwick-Petersham 6, Sydney University 0.

 

NSW Premier competition – Round 8 (Two-day matches)

 

First Grade: Sydney University 9-400 off 91 overs (Tim Cummins 156, Liam Robertson 130; David Ball 4-93) defeated Northern District 174 off 50 overs (Jonathan Whealing 62; Dugald Holloway 4-40) by 226 runs at Mark Taylor Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

 

Second Grade: Northern District 150 off 70 overs (Chad Soper 55 not out; Max Hope 5-38) defeated Sydney University 144 off 74.3 overs (Tom Fullerton 40, Jack Lawson 35; Char Soper 3-26, Ajaypal Singh 3-34, Lachlan Fisher 3-37) by six runs on the first innings at University Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Northern District. Points: Northern District 6, Sydney University 0.

 

Third Grade: Sydney University 265 off 78.2 overs (Bennett Walsh 66, Ben Mitchell 47; Phil Melville 4-42, Daniel Alleyn 4-51) defeated Northern District 204 off 62.2 overs (Spencer White 54, Daniel Alleyn 40; Josh Toyer 5-57, Sam Wood 4-56) by 61 runs on the first innings at Asquith Oval. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Northern District 0.

 

Fourth Grade: Northern District 8(dec)-293 off 80 overs (Warren Saldanha 64, Cameron Williams 43, Clayton Waters 40, William Giacometti 37; Rex Greaves 2-44, Alasdair Grant 2-44) defeated Sydney University 209 off 53.1 overs (Alasdair Grant 107; Jack Olsen 4-35, Cameron Tunks 3-64) by 84 runs at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Northern District. Points: Northern District 6, Sydney University 0.

 

Fifth Grade: Sydney University 8(dec)-308 off 73 overs (Azhar Saeed 117, Andrew Wilkinson 83; Pat Murton 3-74) drew with Northern District 5-160 off 74 overs (William Trenoweth 50 not out, Anthony Bartlett 35; Lachlan Anderson 2-31) at Storey Park. Toss: Northern District. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Northern District 1, Sydney University 1.

 

Metropolitan Cup competition – Round 9 (Two-day match)

 

Sydney University 222 off 68.3 overs (Clancy Barrett 77, Ryan Blayney 32, Muhammad Ghumman 29 not out; Zachary Whetters 3-38) defeated Sutherland 112 off 47.5 overs (Lachlan Ritchie 64; Andrew Wilkinson 7-53) by 110 runs at St Paul’s College Oval. Toss: Sutherland. Batted first: Sydney University. Points: Sydney University 6, Sutherland 0.

 

Sydney Women’s Premier competition – Round 6 (Limited Overs)

 

First Grade: Universities 3-158 off 20.3 overs (Rachel Trenaman 40 not out, Bess Heath 36, Maddy Darke 30; Prudence Roebuck 3-32) defeated Bankstown 8-154 off 50 overs (Laura Wright 42, Sue Fairhurst 33; Sophie Munro 2-15, Zoe Benjamin 2-20) by seven wickets with a bonus point, at David Phillips Fields. Toss: Bankstown. Batted first: Bankstown. Points: Universities 7, Bankstown 0.

 

Second Grade: Universities 7-123 off 41.2 overs (Kate Owen 28, Kirsten  Wraith 24, Darshana Kannan 22; Caroline Layt 2-18) defeated Gordon 122 off 41.2 overs (Caroline Layt 52; Bernice Harpley 3-24, Kirsten Wraith 2-19) by three wickets at Killara Park. Toss: Universities. Batted first: Gordon. Points: Universities 6, Gordon 0. 

 

Brewer Shield – Round 3 (Twenty20)

 

Campbelltown-Camden 6-135 off 20 overs (Maddison Docherty 33 ret not out, Wliza Mallitt 30 ret not out; Taylah Withers 2-22) defeated Universities 4-92 off 20 overs (Frankie Nicklin 35, Eve Donovan 18 not out; Aleisha McGookin 2-9) at David Phillips Fields. Toss: Campbelltown-Camden. Batted first: Universities. Points: Campbelltown-Camden 6.80, Universities .60.

 

 

Women’s National Basketball League – Rounds 10, 11 and 12

 

Round 10: Sydney Uni Flames 88 (Alice Kunek 20, Jessica Kuster 20, Colleen Planeta 14, Tahlia Tupaea 11) defeated Bendigo Spirit (Carley Ernst 29, Kelly Wilson 19, Abigail Wahrung 15, Marte Greys 11) at Bendigo Stadium on 19 December.

 

Sydney Uni Flames 86 (Alice Kunek 27, Colleen Planeta 20, Alex Wilson 12, Tahlia Tupawea 11, Jessica Kuster 11) defeated Southside Flyers 79 (Sara Blicavs 23, Leilani Mitchell 18, Rebecca Coile 13) at Dandenong Stadium on 22 December.

 

Round 11: Adelaide Lightning 80 (Kathryn Westfield 17, Nicole Seekamp 13, Lauren Nicholson 13, Stephanie Talbot 13) defeated Sydney Uni Flames 72 (Alice Kunek 26, Alex Wilson 14, Jessica Kuster 14) at Brydens Stadium, Sydney University Sports and Fitness Centre on 29 December.

 

Round 12: Melbourne Boomers 86 (Madeleine Garrick 19, Cayla George 18, Lindsay Allen 15) defeated Sydney Uni Flames 63 (Lauren Scherf 20, Alice Kunek 13) at Brydens Stadium, Sydney University Sports and Fitness Centre on 5 January.

 

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