The VAFA Premier Women's Football
Marcellin by 18 points to become William Buck Premier Champions
for 2018. The Mugars were four points down at half-time, but roared back in the second half thanks to magnificent performances from Ash Bye and captain Ruby Grounds. A phenomenal defensive effort by Leah Caluzzi earned her the Best on Ground medal, as the final scores read Melbourne University 3.9 - 27 to Marcellin 1.3 - 9.
The Renegades Volleyball
Club's Premier Women also enjoyed a grand final win, defeating rivals Monash in a five-set thriller. Melbourne dominated the first set but Monash clawed its way back, before the teams traded sets yet again. It set up a tense deciding set, with the scores at 13 to 11 in the final minutes as both teams were in touching distance of the 15 points required to win the premiership. Melbourne held its nerve on set to win
15 - 11. You can watch the match here
In a third premiership win from a remarkable weekend, the Uni Panthers Women's Rugby
Power House 37 to 14 to take out
the 2018 Lindroth Cup. The contest was tightly contested in the first half, with the half time score reading 17 to 14 in favour of the Panthers. However, the second half was a masterclass in closing out a game, as the Panthers piled on another 20 points while keeping Power House scoreless to run out 37 - 14 winners.
The senior Gridiron
team earned another dominating win
, scoring 6 touchdowns and preventing Peninsula Sharks from scoring a single point to win 45 - 0. The match was livestreamed and can be viewed here
Continuing a stellar weekend of Football
was the Women's VFL team, who cruised
to a 7.5 - 47 to 2.2 - 14 win over the Western Bulldogs. Kaitlyn Ashmore scored 2 goals, while Mietta Mcdonald was named the best player for Melbourne Uni. The Men's Uni Blacks team had a huge win
in its Pride Round
, prevailing by 79 points over a hapless Beaumaris. The final scores were 18.13 - 121 to 6.6 - 42, as Hugh Curnow was best on ground.
The Lightning Netball
team secured its spot in next week's VNL semi-finals with a convincing defeat
of Peninsula Waves. The Waves performed well in the first quarter but were overpowered by a commanding Lightning team who closed out the match to win 73 to 51. The side will play
Geelong Cougars on Wednesday night for a spot in the grand final.