A tough round for the UNSW-ES Bulldogs with only two wins across the eight teams - in Men's Premier Division and Men's Division 2. While all teams fought hard and played with pride, it just wasn't to be for most of the teams this week. However the Men's Prems will be buoyed by a close victory in their grand final rematch and will look to share that positivity with the rest of the club as they roll into round 6. This round also saw 100th game celebrations for three time premiership player Sasha Banki in Women's Premier Division and Men's Premier Division star James Pascoe.

Full results:
Women’s Premier Division lost to Sydney Uni 5.7 (37) to 2.1 (13)
Men’s Premier Division defeated Sydney Uni 9.9 (63) to 10.5 (65)
Men’s Premier Reserves lost to Sydney Uni 3.7 (25) to 15.7 (97)
Women’s Division 2 lost to Sydney Uni 0.2 (2) to 5.9 (39)
Men’s Division 2 defeated Sydney Uni 6.9 (45) to 6.5 (41)
Men’s Division 3 lost to Southern Power 6.3 (39) to 5.10 (40)
U19s Division 1 lost to Sydney Uni 3.6 (24) to 9.4 (58)
U19s Division 2 - BYE

A tough week also for our hockey teams. With a break in competition for the Sydney Women's Hockey League, there was only one women's competition running with UNSW's only win coming over another UNSW team in the same division. In the men's competition, UNSW played out an entertaining 4-all draw with arch-rivals Sydney Uni and will be hoping to go one better next time they meet.

Full results:
Sydney East Hockey Association Women’s Competition
UNSW 1 lost to Sutherland 0-1
UNSW 2 drew with Sharks 1-1
UNSW 3 Black defeated UNSW 3 Gold 3-1
UNSW 4 drew with Bentstix 0-0

Sydney Hockey Association Men’s Premier League
UNSW 1 drew with Sydney Uni 4-4
UNSW 2 lost to Moorebank Liverpool 1-3
UNSW 3 defeated Moorebank Liverpool 3-2
UNSW 4 defeated Moorebank Liverpool 3-1

Sydney Hockey Association Men’s Sydney League
UNSW 1 lost to Ryde HH 1-2
UNSW 2 lost to Ryde HH 0-4
UNSW 3 lost to Ryde HH 1-6

The second week of the season was another strong one for UNSW Netball, recording wins for the Sies (A1), Blues (B2), Grays (B3), Omurais (C2), Mobies (C3), and Fins (C4). A strong showing across a wide range of grades shows the depth of the club and no doubt they will continue to grow across the season.

Another difficult week for our football teams, who both only managed a single goal in their matches. But the UNSW fighting spirit is with them, and they will continue to push forward and improve as the season goes on.

Full results:
UNSW Women’s lost to Nepean FC 1-4
UNSW Men’s lost to Fraser Park FC 1-3

A mixed bag of results for UNSW Rugby this week, with the Barraclough Cup team bouncing back from last week's loss to record their first win of the season. The Stockdale Cup team meanwhile, sit undefeated at the top of the ladder after a one try win over Lindfield this week. A narrow loss from the Colts and a couple of heavy defeats rounded out Round 3 and UNSW will be looking to fight back next week.

Full results:
Barraclough Cup: UNSW defeated Lindfield 24-17
Stockdale Cup: UNSW defeated Lindfield 27-22
Robertson Cup (Colts): UNSW lost to Lindfield 10-15
Blunt Cup: UNSW lost Lindfield 0-29
Richardson Cup: UNSW lost to Lindfield 0-39

Over the weekend #TeamUNSW took part in the UniSport Australia Nationals Swimming competition. The team of 13 had a great carnival competing against not only other universities but also local club and international teams while ensuring a strong UNSW representation in finals each night!  Shout out to Alex Quach who competed in 11 events over the 3 days resulting in 3 top 5 finishes.