In a season that could be cut short at any moment, there is a real celebration of sport in the air - win, lose or draw, it's all about getting out in the fresh air with teammates and putting your heart and soul into every game.


Another huge win for the Men's Premier Division team this week, destroying the East Coast Eagles by almost 100 points. Jonny Pawle and Errol Gulden led the scoring for the Dogs, grabbing three goals each. Jared Deep was also pivotal with two goals and plenty of playmaking spark. The season unfortunately hasn't started as well for the Women's Premier Division team, held to nil by the Eagles this week in a very tough match. Senna Gulden and Madison Moar were among the Dogs' best this week - they will look to bounce back when they take on the Pennant Hills Demons this weekend.

Bulldogs players on the sideline of a game
The rain and mud didn't stop the Bulldogs from having a big weekend on the field. Photo: UNSW-ES Bulldogs

Full results
Men's Premier team defeated East Coast Eagles 19.15 (129) to 5.6 (36)
Women's Premier team lost to East Coast Eagles 0.0 (0) to 10.11 (71)
Men's Premier Reserves defeated East Coast Eagles 18.24 (132) to 2.2 (14)
Men's Division One defeated Nor-West Jets 8.8 (56) to 7.7 (49)
Men's Division Three defeated Campbelltown Blues 19.19 (133) to 0.3 (3)
Men's Under 19s defeated East Coast Eagles 8.12 (60) to 8.11 (59)


After their tough draw last week, our women's Metropolitan League 1 team smashed out a win under pressure over Western Districts to move them into second place on the ladder. Helena Tobbe scored a double, while Jessica Watterson also bagged a goal to snatch the victory. Our Men's Premier League 1 team unfortunately couldn't back up their dominant win with another this week, losing narrowly to Nowest-Baulkham Hills. Callum Burden scored the team's only goal.

Full results
Women's Metro League 1 defeated Western Districts 3-2
Men's Premier League 1 lost to NWS-BH 1-3
Women's Metro League 2 drew with Western Districts 0-0
Men's Premier League 2 defeated NWS-BH 3-2
Women's Metro League 3 drew with Manly 0-0
Men's Premier League 3 defeated Macquarie Uni 4-1
Women's Metro League 5 defeated Briars 1-0
Women's Metro League 6 drew with Mac/B'town 2-2


The start of the season for the UNSW Netball Club threatened rain, but it held off long enough for our teams to get out on the court and celebrate the delayed start to the season. The late start means that teams will only play seven rounds of competition, followed by one round of finals, so it will be a tight race to the finish. A big win for UNSW's top team, the A1 Seis, defeating Double Bay by 13 and taking third place on the ladder. They will look to back that up when they play Randwick Rugby this weekend.

Full results
A1: UNSW Seis defeated Double Bay Diamonds 44-31
A1: UNSW Black lost to Randwick Rugby 26-38
B1: UNSW Pilots defeated Mascot 31-23
B1: UNSW Blues defeated Maccabi 32-7
B2: UNSW Minkies defeated Mascot 25-8
B3: UNSW Orcas defeated Coogee Dolphins 33-21
B3: UNSW Grays defeated Mascot 32-26
C1: UNSW Omurais lost to Coogee 17-24
C1: UNSW Seals lost to Mascot 24-30
C1: UNSW Mobies defeated Marrickville RSL All Stars 34-23
C3: UNSW Fins lost to Saints Seniors 22-38
C4: UNSW Whites lost to The Minhis 18-22
Intermediate 2: UNSW Dolphins defeated Maccabi 30-24


After a close loss to Hills last weekend, our Barraclough Cup team came out powering in the second round, defeating Epping in a sensational team effort. Fullback Devon Makoare-Boyce was again a weapon in attack, scoring two tries and rounding out his afternoon with a conversion and a penalty goal. Scrumhalf David Oritz was the other try scorer for the day.The team will take on Redfield Old Boys at David Phillips this weekend.

UNSW Rugby players in a huddle
The Barraclough Cup team celebrated a big win in style. Photo: UNSW Rugby Club

Full results
Barraclough Cup defeated Epping 23-7
Stockdale Cup lost to Epping 32-33
Robertson Cup (Colts) defeated Epping 23-10
Blunt Cup lost to Epping 12-19
Richardson Cup defeated Epping 12-5


UNSW's community partner Randwick Rugby didn't have it all their own way this week, facing a much tougher task than their cruisy win the previous week. This week's win was a much tougher battle, eventually overcoming Warringah to record a 13-8 victory. Unfortunately UNSW's Henry Hutchinson was injured in the match and looks unlikely to take any further part in the season.


A big win for UNSW Men's in the NPL 4 on the weekend, with a sensational display by the team against Hurstville FC. Maison Mcgeechan scored two goals, while Des Ford and Matthew Cuda scored one each. Unfortunately for the women's team, the game had to be postponed due to the torrential rain on Sunday afternoon. 

Full results
UNSW Women's match postponed
UNSW Men defeated Hurstville FC 4-0