Did you know……

That back in the 1990’s our teams got belted around most weekends, the club was at a very low point in its history. For example someone said on Saturday that’s the third loss in a row to the Two Blues, could that be a record?
Well no it’s not, the 90’s fixed it, for that comment.
You see we have had seven losses to the Two Blues in a row, since 20.8.1994 till 11.7.1998 a 4 year period. 

Will Skelton ran on for his 25th Test last weekend in South Africa.

At the moment we have 9 players in grade who can get their 50 points plus for the season.

Grade teams have scored 212 tries this season, made up of 84 players. We have converted 140 of those tries, which is 66% success rate. While Colts have scored 197 tries in there 3 grades by 63 players and converted 121 goals a 61.42 success rate.

Jack Matthews could reach his 100 points in Colts 1st XV vs Hunter-Newcastle on Saturday. Jacob Sisia and Will Gibson each scored 3 tries against West Sydney. While Olly White scored another try to go to 11, just two behind leader Nacani Batidruva.

Second grade Colts had a huge 93-0 win with 15 tries scored. The record score in 2nds was set back in 2006 vs Penrith, when most of the team were babies.

Max Robson needed only 10 points for his 800 career points at SUFC. He got six.
Theo Strang reached his 200 career points in 1st grade and is now on 210 points.