The UNSW Bulldogs continue to go from strength to strength as both the premier men’s and women’s leagues extended their winning streak. This weekend the club celebrated their annual Ladies Day at Henson Park. Under stunning blue skies, the Men’s Premier Reserves, Men’s Premier Division and Women’s Premier Division all recorded significant victories over the Inner West Magpies.

The UNSW-ES Bulldogs Women's Premier Division team in a strong defeat over the Inner West Magpies on Ladies Day at Henson Park
The UNSW-ES Bulldogs Women's Premier Division team in a strong defeat over the Inner West Magpies on Ladies Day at Henson Park

Full results:

Men’s Premier Division defeated Inner West Magpies 3.11 (89) to 8.9 (57)
Women’s Premier Division defeated Inner West Magpies 11.7 (73) to 2.1 (13)
Men’s Premier Reserves defeated Inner West Magpies 13.9 (87) to 4.3 (27)
Women’s Division 2 lost to Wollondilly Knights 5.3 (33) to 8.3 (51)
Men’s Division 2 BYE
Men’s Division 3 defeated Campbelltown Blues 10.14 (74) to 9.4 (58)
U19s Division 1 lost to Manly Warringah Wolves 4.8 (32) to 9.9 (63)
U19s Division 2 lost to North Shore Bombers 4.2 (26) to 10.9 (69)


The UNSW Hockey #Whalies lived up to the nominal connotations of their namesake and had a whale of a time last weekend, with especially dominant performances in the Men’s Premier League.

Full results:

Men’s Premier League
UNSW PL1 defeated Northern Districts 6-1
UNSW PL2 defeated St George/Rand 9-1
UNSW PL3 defeated St George/Rand 3-0
UNSW PL4 tied with Easts 2-2
Men’s Sydney League
UNSW SL1 defeated Macquarie Uni 2-1
UNSW SL3 lost 3-0 to Briars 
UNSW SL4 lost 2-0 to Macquarie

Women’s Metropolitan League
UNSW 1 lost to Moorebank 2-1
UNSW 2 drew with Moorebank 2-2
UNSW 3 defeated Moorebank 2-0
UNSW 4 defeated Moorebank 3-1

Sydney East Hockey Association Women’s Competition
UNSW lost to Pohogs 1-4
UNSW 2 lost to Dolphins 1-4
UNSW 3 Gold lost to Dolphins 1-4
UNSW 3 Black drew with Easts 1-1
UNSW 4 lost to Easts 8-0


A very successful week for our UNSW netball teams, with eight wins from 13 games this weekend, as well as two draws. The Sies are dominating the A1 division at the moment, with four wins from four games to start the season and an excellent percentage putting them at the top of the ladder. 

Full results:
A1: UNSW Sies defeated Randwick Rugby 35-30
A1: UNSW Blacks defeated Randwick 15U Reps 53-43
A2: UNSW Pilots defeated South Eastern 22-16
A2: UNSW Pilots defeated Randwick Rugby 15-10
B1: UNSW Minkis drew with Randwick Rugby 32-32
B2: UNSW Blues drew with Bondi Phoenix 31-31
B2: UNSW Orcas lost to Randwick Rugby 37-44
B3: UNSW Grays defeated Maroubra Bay Cyclones 30-24
C2: UNSW Omurais defeated Seekers 33-30
C3: UNSW Mobies won on forfeit
C4: UNSW Fins lost to Coogee 20-37
C5: UNSW White lost to Marrickville RSL 23-32
Inter 3: UNSW Dolphins defeated Ascham 32-29


In Round 5 the UNSW Rugby 2nd and 3rd grade teams recorded wins against St Patricks, as first grade conceded in the final minutes for a heartbreaking loss. But the amazing food, wine and prizes in store for next week’s Ladies Day on Saturday 1 June is sure to be a fun and uplifting day.

Full results:

Barraclough Cup lost to St Patrick’s 29-31
Stockdale Cup defeated St Patrick’s 36-10
Robertson Cup (Colts) lost to St Patrick’s 7-40
Blunt Cup defeated St Patrick’s 35 – 0
Richardson Cup lost to St Patrick’s 36-10


A strong win catapulted the UNSW women’s team up to ninth position on the ladder as they celebrated Female Football Week by raising funds for the McGrath Foundation. The men’s team narrowly lost to FC Gazy Auburn. 

Full results:

UNSW Women’s defeated Inter Lions FC 3-0
UNSW Men’s team lost to FC Gazy Auburn 2-3