Did you know:

That we have another Wallaby at SUFC!

Harry Johnson-Holmes became our 128th Australian representative, our 107th Test match Wallaby and our 28th Colt since Nick Farr-Jones to come through our Colts system to this level. Harry is Wallaby No.927. Big Congratulations to Harry.

David McDuling ran on for his 100th Grade game and became our 149th centurion.

Our 1st XV matched one of their own records at Forshaw Rugby Park on Saturday with the ‘longest winning streak’ verses Souths (6) in a row. The first time was 12.8.2012 till 6.7.2014. The new equal record started on 14.5.2016 up till 20.7.2019.

Also after 62 games against the ‘Rebels’ the average score is 30-20 to Uni.

Last weekend saw the Club win every game with a bonus point for the 6th time.

3rd Grade are the first team to reach 100 tries this year, and Peter Fenwicke scored the teams 100th. 3rd Grade are now on 107 tries for the season.

Henry Clunies-Ross scored another try on Saturday and brought up his 300th career points, in 2nd Grade’s win.

Eddie Poolman made his grade debut in 2nd Grade, up from 1st Colts.

Tom Willson and Danial Calavassy will play their 50th grade game, next weekend at our last home game (Rounders Day).

In the same game Nathaniel Tamwoy scored a hat-trick to take him to ten for the year.

Lots of Milestones last weekend with Josh Hardie reaching his 100 points for the season, now on 102 points.

James Kane reached his 150 points in 1st Grade and also passed his 500 career points in 1st Grade.

While Declan Moore has a chance of reaching his 200 career points with a try, he is currently on 195 points all tries.

In Colts the ‘heavens opened up’ with try scoring. Two players scored 4 tries each, Angus Bell and Jack Murray.

Harry Wilson scored 2 tries and 8 goals for 26 game points, which took him over 150 season points.

Max Robson also reach his 150 points for the season.

Max Sinclair became the third player in Colts to reach his 100 and is now on 105 points so far.

2nd Colts had a huge win with a 93-0 thrashing of Souths at St Paul’s. They scored 15 tries which the backline score 11 of and 9 goals.