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25 June; Liam Petterson


Congratulations to the Water Polo Club's Women's State League 2 team who won a remarkable 3rd consecutive grand final. The team were undefeated throughout the season, and won the final 6 - 3 against the NYP Dragons. 

In Baseball, the Men's B Grade side moved to 2nd on the ladder after defeating Werribee 6 - 0. 

The Men's Black Angels beat the Bulleen Boomers 83 - 69 in Saturday's Pride Match, which celebrated diversity and inclusion in University sport. Brandon Armstrong was impressive again with 24 points.

Men's Tennis Pennant 3 Grade 3 team won 3-6 - 46 against Diamond Creek 1-2 - 28, to cement 2nd position on the table.

It was a successful weekend of Football, with the Blues, Blacks and Premier Women all earning wins. The Blues survived a late fightback from De La Salle to  win 11.16 - 82 to 8.11 - 59, while the Blacks were dominant scoring 22 goals to win 22.11 - 143 to 7.4 - 46 against rivals Monash. The VAFA Premier Women's side continued an impressive season winning 6.7 - 43 against Kew AFC 4.3 - 27.

There were some great results for four Boat Club members who competed in the 2018 World Rowing Cup II. Lucy Stephan won gold in the Women's 4, Josh Booth and Simon Keenan finished 5th in the Men's 8, and Alice Arch came 5th in the B-Final of the Lightweight Women's Pair. 

Congratulations to Ciara Boyd-Squires Long and Emma Hogan from the Athletics Club, who have been selected in the U20s VIC Junior Team for the Australian Cross Country Championships.


 


 

 
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