There was plenty of excitement in the UNSW-ES Bulldogs camp this weekend as the Women's Premier Division team recorded their first win, beating Pennant Hills Demons by 24. Senna Gulden, Jade Jarrett and Edwina Ross kicked two goals each, as the team dominated at David Phillips. Meanwhile the Men's Premier Division continued on their merry winning ways, albeit not by quite as large a margin as the first two rounds! They also played Pennant Hills Demons, winning by 27. Cooper Kilpatrick and Thomas Banuelos each bagged a double in that match.

An AFL player kicks the ball
The Bulldogs women were delighted to record their first win of the season. Photo: UNSW-ES Bulldogs

Full results:
Women's Premier Division: UNSW-ES defeated Pennant Hills Demons 8.6 (54) to 4.6 (30)
Men's Premier Division: UNSW-ES defeated Pennant Hills Demons 11.11 (77) to 7.8 (50)
Men's Premier Division Reserves: UNSW-ES defeated Pennant Hills Demons 12.12 (84) to 4.5 (29)
Men's Division One: UNSW-ES lost to Pennant Hills Demons 5.3 (33) to 8.10 (58)
Men's Division Three: UNSW-ES beat Pennant Hills Demons 14.7 (91) to 6.7 (43)
Men's U19 Division One: UNSW-ES beat Pennant Hills Demons 12.22 (94) to 1.0 (6)


A big win from our women's hockey team in Metro League 1 over rivals UTS at David Phillips was a great way to celebrate the lovely weekend weather. Grace Young starred with two goals, while Lizzie Rae and Marlin Hoppen each took one. UNSW Elite Athlete Program (EAP) member Julia Bradley also featured in the match for the UNSW club. The men's Premier League 1 team also recorded an outstanding win, beating Glebe by an astonishing six goals. Samuel Mudford did much of the damage, finishing with three goals, while Graham Brennan, Andre di Filippo, Dylan Martin and Thomas Miotto scored one each.

Full results
Women's Metro League 1: UNSW defeated UTS 4-1
Men's Premier League 1: UNSW defeated Glebe 7-1
Women's Metro League 2: UNSW defeated UTS 1-0
Men's Premier League 2: UNSW defeated Glebe 3-1
Women's Premier League 3: UNSW defeated MosHarbour 2-0
Men's Premier League 3: UNSW lost to Glebe 1-5
Women's Metro League 5: UNSW lost to St George 0-2
Women's Metro League 6: UNSW lost to MosHarbour 0-1


A close and exciting game for UNSW's top A1 team the Seis this week, coming away with a draw with Randwick Rugby's top team. The draw puts UNSW in third place on the ladder, before they take on the other UNSW team in their division this weekend. With a Covid-shortened season, every point on the ladder counts and hopefully they will be able to secure one of the top two ladder places by the end of the seven week competition to qualify for the grand final. In other netball news, UNSW EAP member Matilda McDonell played her first Super Netball game for the season as her Giants had a narrow lost to the NSW Swifts. McDonell was strong in her time on court, combining especially well with new teammate and former Australian Diamond April Brandley to effect some key turnovers.

UNSW Netball team
The UNSW Netball teams had some fantastic results in the second round of their competition. Photo: UNSW Netball Club

Full results
A1: UNSW Seis drew with Randwick Rugby 33-33
A1: UNSW Black defeated Coogee 29-19
B1: UNSW Pilots drew with Coogee 23-23
B1: UNSW Blues defeated Mascot 33-15
B2: UNSW Minkies defeated Marrickville RSL 28-25
B3: UNSW Orcas defeated The Juniors 22-20
B3: UNSW Grays defeated Randwick Rugby 34-38
C1: UNSW Omurais defeated Mascot 20-14
C1: UNSW Seals lost to Marrickville RSL 14-23
C1: UNSW Mobies drew with Coogee 26-26
C3: UNSW Fins defeated Mascot 21-19
C4: UNSW White drew with Seekers 9-9
Intermediate 2: UNSW Dolphins defeated Mascot 31-18


A massive win for the Barraclough Cup team this week, demolishing Redfield Old Boys by 40. Winger Aporosa Ada had a field day, running in three tries, while Brandon Delamont scored two coming off the bench. Afonso Firmo, Andrew Walsh and Will Ng-Fawcett nabbed a try each to round out the game. UNSW are currently sitting fourth on the ladder and will take on the top of the table Hunters Hill this weekend.

Full results
Barraclough Cup: UNSW defeated Redfield Old Boys 52-12
Stockdale Cup: UNSW defeated Redfield Old Boys 62-7
Robertson Cup (Colts): UNSW lost to Redfield Old Boys 0-7
Blunt Cup: UNSW bye
Richardson Cup: UNSW bye

Women's Sevens:
UNSW lost to Eastwood 10-22
UNSW lost to Blacktown 0-26
UNSW defeated Renegades 20-17


A close game for our men's in the NPL 4 competition this week, coming away with a narrow victory over Parramatta at Rydalmere Park. Jakub Buris scored the only goal of the match, while Conor Win had another great game at goalkeeper, keeping Parramatta scoreless. Meanwhile it was a very tough day at the office for our women against North Shore Mariners, suffering a heavy defeat.

Full results
Men's NPL 4: UNSW defeated Parramatta 1-0
Women's NPL 2: UNSW lost to North Shore Mariners 0-6