The Men’s Premier Division and Men's Division 2 have outclassed all opponents, the reserves sit third and the juniors have earned a decisive fourth position on the ladder. This means that all men’s team have secured their place in the finals series. In a burgeoning area of the UNSW/ES club, the Women’s Premier Division and Division 2 are positioned fifth and sixth. 

Full results
Men’s Premier Division defeated East Coast 18.9 (117) to 7.2 (44)
Women’s Premier Division lost to East Coast 2.6 (18) to 5.12 (42)
Men’s Premier Reserves defeated East Coast 22.14 (146) to 6.4 (40)
Women’s Division 2 defeated Pennant Hills 4.7 (31) to 3.5 (23)
Men’s Division 2 defeated East Coast 0.0 (80) to 0.0 (0)
Men’s Division 3 lost to North Shore 7.5 (47) to 7.6 (48)
U19s Division 1 defeated East Coast 7.4 (46) to 2.4 16)

It was a tough day out on the David Phillips Fields for UNSW as they faced Forest. The third grade team were the sole victors in what was always going to be a challenging matchup. But the highlight of the day was the Old Boys putting on a clinic, just one of the many reminders that #TeamUNSW defies narrow age brackets and embraces the broader community, along with the celebration of the UNSWRUFC 70th Anniversary Ball.

Full results
Barraclough Cup lost to Forest 14-27
Stockdale Cup lost to Forest 17-21
Robertson Cup (Colts) lost to Forest 5-57
Blunt Cup defeated Forest 20-5
Richardson Cup lost to Forest 0-14

There was a mixed bag of results for UNSW Hockey over the weekend, defined by the usual enjoyable chaos and theatrics of the spectacular game. A special congratulations goes to the women’s first division team who matched the experienced team from Ryde.

Full Results
Women’s Metropolitan League
UNSW 1 tied with RHH 1 2-2
UNSW 2 defeated RHH 2 5-2
UNSW 3 defeated Manly 1-0

Women’s Sydney East Hockey Association 
UNSW 1 lost to Pohogs 1-2
UNSW 2 lost to Pohogs 2 2-0
UNSW 3 Gold lost to Dolphins 3 9-1
UNSW 3 Black BYE
UNSW 4 lost to Bentstix 

Men’s Sydney League
UNSW SL1 lost to Ryde 5-1 
UNSW SL3 lost to Ryde 6-1
UNSW SL4 lost to Ryde 5-2

Men’s Premier League 
UNSW PL1 defeated Ryde HH 2-1
UNSW PL2 defeated Ryde HH 6-3
UNSW PL3 lost to Ryde HH 3-5
UNSW PL4 lost to Ryde 1-4

In the Sydney Winter Baseball League UNSW teams are sitting in third, second and third in the their respective divisions. The Lady Lions will play their final game for the season next Sunday. To celebrate their last game of 2019 they would love to see you all in team colours on Sunday from 11:30am. In true style, the UNSWBSC will finish off the night at the Golden Barley Hotel for the Leagues raffles and members draw. But who are we kidding, it will be an evening of baseball yarns before an off-season that may well involve detailed projects involving yarn. 

Full results
Sydney Women’s Baseball League
UNSW 1 10 d Pirates 1
UNSW 2 defeated Pirates 2 6-5
UNSW 3 defeated Pirates 3 3-7

While the women’s game will be played this week, the men’s team was narrowly defeated by Prospect United in Blacktown over the weekend. However, UNSW’s Des Ford is beginning to establish himself among the consistent goal scorers of the men’s competition. 

Full results
UNSW Men’s team lost to Prospect United 2-3

UNSW Bullets Touch Football Club would like to invite all past and current players and their guests to their 2019 season launch night. This year is one of great promise for the club. UNSW Touch Football has confirmed its first men’s premier league team in over a decade and the most teams entered into the prestigious Vawdon Cup, which spans the Sydney metropolitan area. There is also an exciting journey ahead for the women's program with four entered teams entered from the youth league to the premier division. 

There will be squad announcements, captaincy announcements, season objectives outlined, and many prizes to be won throughout the evening. The Black Dog Institute has been announced as the event partner, highlighting a commitment to giving back to society and the role active recreation can play in the realm of mental health. The event will be held at the Coogee Bay Hotel on Friday 16 August at 7pm with the ever-elusive ‘smart casual’ dress code so you can finally wear that tuxedo t-shirt at the back of your wardrobe like the kooky uncle at a wedding reception. Combine all of this with canapés and a nominal bar tab and you have a recipe for a great evening. Bring on the 2019 Touch Football season!