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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

NSW Premier competition – Round 2 (Two-day matches)

 

First Grade: Sydney University versus Randwick-Petersham at Sydney University Oval on Saturday. No play due to rain.

 

Second Grade: Sydney University 129 off 55.3 overs (Max Hope 28; Thomas McKenzie 3-13, Jamie Hemphrey 2-31) versus Randwick 0-79 off 26 overs (Matthew Everett 46 not out, Adam Docos 32 not out) stumps, day one a on rain-shortened day at Coogee Oval on Saturday. Toss: Randwick-Petersham. Batted first: Sydney University.

 

Third Grade: Sydney University 5(dec)-313 off 74 overs (Matthew Moran 142, Tom Fullerton 124 not out; Douglas Loth 2-56) versus Rankwick-Petersham 0-6 off four overs, stumps, day one at St Paul’s College Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Sydney University.

 

Fourth Grade: Randwick-Petersham 203 off 75 overs (Jordan Segal 51, Thomas  Holland 38, Ross Elliot 26; Sam Wood 3-47, Lewis Ansell 2-15) versus Randwick-Petersham 0-9 off three overs, stumps, day one at Kensington Oval on Saturday. Toss: Sydney University. Batted first: Randwick-Petersham.

 

Fifth Grade: Sydney University versus Randwick-Petersham at Camperdown Park on Saturday. No play due to rain.

 

 

Metropolitan Cup competition – Round 2 (Limited Overs)

 

Gordon versus Sydney University at Beauchamp Oval on Saturday – no play due to rain. Points: Gordon 1, Sydney University 1.

 

 

 

Gridiron NSW – Rounds 6 and 7

Men

Round 6: Sydney University Lions 55 defeated Nepean Ducks at Sydney University Football Ground on 28 September.

Round 7: Sydney University Lions bye on 5 October.

 

Colts

Round 6: Nepean Ducks 40 defeated Sydney University Cubs 16 at Sydney University Football Ground on 28 September.

Round 7: Sydney University Lions bye on 5 October.

 

 

Women

Round 6: Sydney University Lions 54 defeated Nepean Ducks 19  0 at Sydney University Football Ground on 28 September.

Round 7: Sydney University Lions bye on 5 October.

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