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10 December; Liam Petterson


The University Blues Volleyball Women's team won an astonishing 6th consecutive title in the Australian Volleyball League over the weekend, dropping only one set throughout the tournament. The side were dominant in the final, which was livestreamed here, winning in straight sets against Volleyball Australia's Centre of Excellence. The final scores read 3 - 0 (25-13, 25-11, 25-19). 

Despite losing 3 - 5 to 2nd-placed Vermont in Futsal Oz's State League 2, the Men's Futsal side progressed to round 3 of the Clubs Cup knockout tournament after defeating Metropolitan 8 - 4. Goals came from E. Park 2, V. Marino, D. Masood, J. Woodcock, A. Zahiri, C. Leong and E. Tasker, while man-of-the-match was awarded to goalkeeper Anandra Putranto. The match can be viewed here.

The Propulsion Swimming club scored several medals at the 2018 Victorian Age Long Course Championships. Adam Selwood picked up a gold medal in the 17-18yr 100m Breaststroke, Brianna Donato claimed bronze in the 16yr 200m Butterfly, and Johann Stickland scored gold in the 15yr 100m Breaststroke

The Men's Premier Firsts Cricket team's match against the Monash Tigers is evenly poised at Melbourne University 10/114 vs Monash 8/98 after a drama-packed day saw 18 wickets fall. The side will be hoping to bowl Monash out promptly when play resumes next Saturday 15 December. Alexander Gregory and Fawad Ahmed have taken 3 wickets each and Wesley Agar has claimed 2, while Fergus McKenna top-scored with the bat earning 32 runs. The side currently sits 6th on the ladder out of 18. Captain Catherine Grant was again dominant for the Women's side, notching 95 runs and taking 3 wickets as the side defeated Tullamarine 7/153 vs 7/150 in the first round of the North West A One Day competition.


The Women's Uni Blues Volleyball team won its 6th consecutive AVL title. Photo: Uni Blues Volleyball


The Women's cricket team's winning scoreboard. Photo: Cath Grant via Twitter

 


 

 
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