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Sport Scores

VAFA
Premier
Uni Blacks

76

Old
Melb.

132

VAFA
Premier
Uni Blues

46

Old
Xavier

52

MWBL
A3

1

Ring-
wood

10

Big V
D1M

73

Sunbury

69

Big V
D2W

46

Wallan

52

XCR'17
Prem.
Men

1st
110p

XCR'17
Prem.
Women

7th
539p

HV
Men's
Prem.

BYE

HV
Women's
Prem.

BYE

LV
D1M

19

Camber-
well

6

LV
AW

9

Newport

5

Dewar
Shield

45

Power-
house

41

FFV
WSL1
NW

5

Lara

0

FFV
MSL3
NW

7

Melb.

1

Pennant
G1 S2
Women

TBC

Pennant
G1 S2
Men

52

North
Rwood

43

VVL
Prem.
Men

2

East-
side

3

VVL
Prem.
Women

BYE


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MU Sport Calendar
MAY
17
JUN
6
Examinations Begin
JUN
12
Queen's Birthday
Adjusted opening hours

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  Vision for sport

 
OVERVIEW   STRATEGIC PLAN   ANNUAL REPORT   CAPITAL WORKS

vision for sport

Melbourne University Sport (MU Sport) is a semi-autonomous department of the University, reporting to the Vice Principle (Engagement) and the Melbourne University Sport Board, and provides high-level policy, business and financial advice to the University on the development and management of sport and recreation at the University.

Sport has a special significance for the University through the performance of sporting clubs, teams and high profile athletes that enhance the reputation of the University. The vision for sport is that the University of Melbourne is the leading Australian university in sporting performance, participation and quality of facilities.

MU Sport provides professional management of the fitness, sports and recreation facilities, programmes and activities of the University and works closely with all stakeholders and external strategic partners in delivering sport and physical recreation opportunities for the University community in accordance with strategic and operational plans.

MU Sport is responsible for: 

  • The Sport Capital Improvement Plan for the development of campus and off campus facilities and manages all University sporting facilities in particular the University Recreation Reserve, the Ski Lodge at Mt Buller and the Boat House on the Yarra River.
  • Provision of fitness and recreation services and programmes including fitness assessments, personal training, group fitness, physiotherapy and sports massage, support for instructional and recreational club activity, short courses and trips and tours.
  • Provision of sporting opportunities including supporting teams and individual students to compete in regional, national and international student competitions including the Australian University Games, the strategic development and operations of the competitive sporting clubs, professional management and promotion of lunch time and college sport competitions and support for elite level student athletes with the High Performance Sport Program and the provision of sporting scholarships.
  • Ensuring the marketing and branding of sport to support student recruitment activity and support the engagement of the alumni with University sport programmes and advancement activity.
  • Representing the University on matters pertaining to sport and physical recreation to local, state and federal government, Australian University Sport (AUS), sporting bodies and related professional organisations. 

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