Two tough losses to arch-rivals Sydney Uni in Premier Division this week, with both our men's and women's teams going down to the Camperdown menace. A tough day on the field especially for the women, who aren't have much go their way this season. Isabella Hardwick and Jade Jarrett were the only goalkickers for the Bulldogs. The men suffered a heartbreakingly close loss, going down by only nine points in a low scoring affair. Errol Gulden kicked two goals, while Thomas Banuelos, Joey Reinhard and Ned Reinhard scored one each.

Men's Premier Division: UNSW-ES Bulldogs lost to Sydney Uni 5.15 (45) to 7.12 (54)
Women's Premier Division: UNSW-ES Bulldogs lost to Sydney Uni 2.3 (15) to 8.10 (58)
Men's Premier Division Reserves: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated Sydney Uni 7.5 (47) to 5.8 (38)
Men's Division One: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated Nor-West Jets 12.13 (85) to 6.3 (39)
Men's Division Three: UNSW-ES Bulldogs lost to Inner West Magpies 3.7 (25) to 8.9 (57)
Men's Under 19 Division One: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated Sydney University 7.10 (52) to 5.10 (40)


After a tight few weeks of games, UNSW's Metro League 1 women were rewarded this week with a solid win over RHH. Lizzie Rae was again instrumental in victory, scoring two goals, while UNSW Elite Athlete Program member Julia Bradley also scored a goal, along with Cara Simpson. The team sit comfortably in fourth place with four rounds to play. The Men's Premier League 1 team had a bye and will take on Manly-GNS this weekend.

Full results:
Women's Metro League 1: UNSW defeated RHH 4-1
Men's Premier League 1: UNSW BYE
Women's Metro League 2: UNSW drew with RHH 1-1
Men's Premier League 2: UNSW BYE
Women's Metro League 3: UNSW defeated RHH 4-1
Men's Premier League 3: UNSW BYE
Women's Metro League 5: UNSW lost to RHH 1-4
Women's Metro League 6: UNSW lost to RHH 2-4


The UNSW Seis had a big win on the weekend, taking down the Double Bay Diamonds by almost 20 goals. With only two rounds remaining in the Covid-shortened season, they are sitting in second place and have put themselves in the box seat to contest for the premiership. With only one week of finals this season, only the top two have a chance to take out the title and the Seis are looking like real contenders.

UNSW Pilots netball team
UNSW Pilots had a big win in B1 last weekend and are sitting third on the ladder. Photo: UNSW Netball Club

Full results

A1: UNSW Seis defeated Double Bay Diamonds 52-33
A1: UNSW Black lost to Double Bay Diamonds 19-40
B1: UNSW Pilots defeated Randwick Rugby 30-17
B1: UNSW Blues lost to Coogee 26-28
B2: UNSW Minkies defeated The Juniors 25-16
B3: UNSW Orcas drew with Mascot 28-28
B3: UNSW Grays defeated Maroubra Bay 36-24
C1: UNSW Omurais lost to Mascot 17-25
C1: UNSW Seals drew with UNSW Mobies 24-24
C3: UNSW Fins defeated Coogee 23-17
C4: UNSW White defeated Bondi United 18-17
Intermediate 2: UNSW Dolphins defeated ASC 23-12


The Men's NPL 4 game was postponed, with some rain in the preceding days making the ground unsuitable for play, while our Women's NPL 2 had a bye! A quiet round for our teams, but they will be back with a vengeance this weekend.

Full results
Men's NPL 4: Postponed
Women's NPL 2: UNSW BYE