In the Men's Premier Division, UNSW triumphed over the East Coast Eagles and are equal first on the AFL Sydney ladder. Though Shannon Longville’s opening goal looked to set the Women’s Premier Division team on their way to continue their recent success, the East Coast Eagles came through for the win on their home turf. The Men’s Division 2 team had huge win by over 100 points and remain in prime position approaching the tail end of the season. 

Last weekend also saw fan favourite Nick McGann play his 150th game for the Bulldogs. Highlights of his career with UNSW AFL include kicking the winning goal after the siren in round one last year, a feat no player is likely to forget given the frequency it seems to come up in conversation with the self-proclaimed GOAT himself. Given the popularity of celebratory social media posts, the UNSW AFL community can now look forward to McGann’s milestone honour- a much anticipated Instagram takeover on @unswesafl. ‘Well done McGram’ indeed. 

Full Results

  • Men’s Premier Division defeated East Coast Eagles 9.16 (70) to 6.6 (42)
  • Women’s Premier Division lost to East Coast Eagles 2.2 (14) to 8.21 (69)
  • Men’s Premier Reserves defeated East Coast Eagles 9.12 (66) to 5.2 (32)
  • Women’s Division 2 lost to North Shore Bombers 3.10 (28) to 4.6 (30)
  • Men’s Division 2 defeated East Coast Eagles 18.9 (117) to 2.4 (16)
  • Men’s Division 3 lost to Camden Cats 7.4 (46) to 11.4 (70)
  • U19s Division 1 lost to East Coast Eagles 11.9 (75) to 4.5 (29)


In Rugby news, UNSW's 2nd grade continued their division domination, while the Colts bounced back. The opposition inched past the first, third and fourth grade teams, while our Women’s Sevens team won in a clinical performance. ThecClub is always grateful for the support of the their major sponsor the Doncaster Hotel, representing the cooperation of two legendary institutions since 1989. Another club dinner this Thursday is sure to see players and supporters of UNSW Rugby enjoying a famous Doncaster schnitzel. 

Full Results 

  • Barraclough Cup lost to Hills 27-29
  • Stockdale Cup defeated Hills 35-5
  • Robertson Cup (Colts) defeated Hills 29-7
  • Blunt Cup lost to Hills 12-17
  • Richardson Cup lost to Hills 10-13


In the A1 division, the UNSW Sies were narrowly surpassed by Randwick Rugby by a one point margin but the UNSW Blacks were victorious and defeated Marrickville RSL. In an impressive display of #TeamUNSW prowess, our top graded teams are placed first and fourth on the ladder.

Full Results 

  • A1: UNSW Sies lost to Randwick Rugby 2 33-34
  • A1: UNSW Blacks defeated Marrickville RSL 57-36
  • A2: UNSW Pilots lost to Marrickville RSL 8-24
  • B2: UNSW Blues defeated Randwick Rugby 51-27
  • B2: UNSW Orcas lost to Mascot 19-40
  • B3: UNSW Grays defeated Randwick Rugby 24-23
  • C2: UNSW Omurais lost to Mascot 21-28
  • C3: UNSW Mobies lost to Mascot 28-32
  • C4: UNSW Fins lost to Maroubra 24-40
  • C5: UNSW White lost to Ascham 30-32
  • Inter 3: UNSW Dolphins lost to Rose Bay 21-22


In UNSW Women’s football team defeated the Western NSW Mariners one goal to nil. In a high scoring, action packed game, the UNSW men’s team were not able to navigate past the Hurstville City Minotaurs. In a highly competitive competition, our UNSW teams are ranked 9th and 10th on their ladders respectively. 

Full Results

  • UNSW Women’s team defeated Western NSW Mariners 1-0
  • UNSW Men’s team lost to Hurstville City Minotaurs 2-3


In the Men’s Premier League, UNSW defeated Glebe aided by impressive goals from Mayo, Richards and Van Der Schyff. In the second division UNSW dominated Glebe winning 6 points to 1. Standout players in the women’s Metropolitan League so far this season include UNSW’s Cara Simpson with an impressive total of 10 goals to her name.

Full Results

Women’s Metropolitan League

  • UNSW 1 defeated WD1 2-1
  • UNSW 2 lost to WD2 0-1
  • UNSW 3 defeated Glebe 2 2-0

Sydney East Hockey Association Women’s Competition

  • UNSW 1 lost to Easts 0-2
  • UNSW 2 BYE
  • UNSW 3 Black lost to Dolphins 3 1-4
  • UNSW 4 defeated Glebe 4 2-1

Men’s Premier League

  • UNSW PL1 defeated Glebe 3-2
  • UNSW PL2 defeated Glebe 6-1
  • UNSW PL3 tied with Glebe 2-2
  • UNSW PL4 lost to Glebe 1-2

Men’s Sydney League

  • UNSW SL1 lost to Manly 1-2
  • UNSW SL3 lost to NWS/Baulkham Hills 0-1
  • UNSW SL4 lost to Glebe 1-2


Halfway through another season of the social competition, UNSW sport checked in with the Volleyball Club. The Net Ninjas currently lead Division1 having shown great precision to only drop one set all season.