In the final round of the regular season, our Men's Premier Division finished in the same emphatic style they have been peddling for most of the season, beating the St George Dragons by 64 points. Thomas Banuelos kicked three goals, as did Oscar Peter, while Max Ries, Charlie Burgess-Hoar and Cooper Kilpatrick bagged two each. The team finished the season in third place on the ladder and will now play arch-rivals Sydney Uni in the elimination finals this weekend. Unfortunately the Women's Premier Division team weren't able to finish their season with a win, going down to Macquarie Uni in a tightly fought match by 15 points. Senna Gulden and Isabella Hardwick were the goal scorers for the Bulldogs. 

Full results

Men's Premier Division: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated St George Dragons 17.13 (115) to 7.9 (51)
Women's Premier Division: UNSW-ES Bulldogs lost to Macquarie Uni 2.1 (13) to 4.4 (28)
Men's Premier Division Reserves: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated St George Dragons 15.12 (102) to 8.6 (54)
Men's Division One: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated St George Dragons 15.9 (99) to 4.2 (26)
Men's Division Three: UNSW-ES Bulldogs lost to Pennant Hills Demons 8.3 (51) to 4.6 (30)
Men's Under 19 Division One: UNSW-ES Bulldogs defeated St George Dragons 15.6 (96) to 3.3 (21)


A draw for the Women's Metro League 1 team to finish the regular season, with the ever-reliable Lizzie Rae scoring UNSW's only goal. That takes the team to a fourth place finish and they will play the first-placed Sydney Uni this Sunday for a shot at the grand final the following weekend. The Men's Premier League 1 team still has a few weeks remaining in their regular season and stormed home with a great win over Sydney Uni last weekend. Graham Brennan, Thomas Miotto and Samuel Mudford all scored goals in the win. The team are sitting in fifth, only one point below Sydney Uni on the ladder with two rounds remaining. 

Full results:
Women's Metro League 1: UNSW drew with Moorebank 1-1
Men's Premier League 1: UNSW defeated Sydney Uni 3-0
Women's Metro League 2: UNSW lost to Moorebank 0-2
Men's Premier League 2: UNSW defeated Sydney Uni 2-1
Women's Metro League 3: UNSW defeated Moorebank 2-0
Men's Premier League 3: UNSW lost to Sydney Uni 0-1
Women's Metro League 5: UNSW drew with Moorebank 1-1
Women's Metro League 6: UNSW defeated Canterbury 1-0


Grand final day at Randwick Netball Association brought glory to UNSW, with the club securing the A1 premiership for the first time since 2002. It was a hard-fought battle, with the UNSW Seis coming away with a one-goal victory over the Double Bay Diamonds. The UNSW Grays, who play in B3, also had a grand final win, defeating Mascot by four goals after going through the season undefeated. Congratulations to both teams and all at UNSW Netball Club on a brilliant 2020 season in extremely trying circumstances.

The UNSW Seis team photo at Randwick Netball court
An historic A1 premiership for UNSW Netball Club with the A1 team winning for the first time since 2002. Photo: UNSW Netball Club

Full results:

A1: UNSW Seis defeated Double Bay Diamonds 29-28 - First place
A1: UNSW Black lost to Double Bay Diamonds 35-41 - Sixth place
B1: UNSW Pilots defeated Randwick Rugby 29-23 - Third place
B1: UNSW Blues defeated Coogee 28-22 - Fifth place
B2: UNSW Minkies defeated Randwick Rugby 26-16 - Third place
B3: UNSW Grays defeated Mascot 29-25 - First place
B3: UNSW Orcas defeated Mascot 25-18 - Third place
C1: UNSW Mobies defeated UNSW Omurais 22-19 - Fifth and sixth place
C1: UNSW Seals defeated Mascot 29-24 - Seventh place
C3: UNSW Fins lost to Saints Seniors 16-28 - Fourth place
C4: UNSW White lost to Duchesses 12-14 - Fourth place
Intermediate 2: UNSW Dolphins lost to Kambala 20-33 - Second place


A tough semi-final saw UNSW miss out on the grand final in the Barraclough Cup, but will be celebrating a successful season after plenty of strong performances this year. Never one to disappoint, the ever-reliable Devon Makoare-Boyce scored a try for UNSW in the semi-final loss, as did lock Andrew Walsh. In the lower grades, UNSW won their semi-finals in the Stockdale and Richardson Cups and will be taking part in the grand finals next weekend.

Full results
Barraclough Cup: UNSW lost to Hunters Hill 10-25
Stockdale Cup: UNSW defeated Epping 30-17
Richardson Cup: UNSW defeated Epping 15-0


Another solid win for UNSW in the Men's NPL4 competition, defeating Propsect FC by one goal. Maison Mcgeechan was the goal scorer, taking his tally of goals to five for the season. UNSW is sitting on top of the ladder with two rounds remaining in the regular season. In the women's UNSW suffered a close loss to Nepean FC, which leaves them in sixth place on the ladder - also with two rounds remaining. 

Full results
Men's NPL 4: UNSW defeated Prospect FC 2-1
Women's NPL 2: UNSW lost to Nepean FC 0-1