Club's 1st, 2nd and 3rd XIs remain undefeated after Round 4 of the Victorian Premier Cricket season
. The 1st XI 6/230 defeated Dandenong 8/227, with highlights including Isaiah Borgas scoring 80 runs off 120 balls, including six fours, and John McLaughlan bowling 2/30. The 2nd XI also won, scoring 236 runs and bowling out Dandenong for 146 with five overs to spare, while the 3rd XI played out a draw. The Club's Women's North West A Twenty20 team played two matches over its Pride weekend, winning both. The side scored 103 runs to Hoppers Crossing's 88
on Sunday morning, then bowled out
Altona Roosters for 125 in the afternoon, reaching that total with eight wickets and two overs to spare. Captain Catherine Grant scored a half-century in both matches and took a total of four wickets.
Club's Division One Men sit three points clear on top of the AV Shield ladder after Round 4 at Doncaster
, while the Division One Women are one point behind top spot. Christian Paynter impressed again in javelin, shot put and long jump, while Kira Davey scored three personal bests. Jemima Montag and Cassandra Wang Lecouteur were the Women's highest and second-highest point scorers.
Club member Lushavel Stickland qualified
for the Women's 100m Backstroke final at the 2018 Australian Short Course Championships with a blistering time of 1:00.66. She finished 9th in the final
, with Olympian Emily Seebohm 1st and Bachelor of Arts student Haley Baker 4th. Club member Luka Zubcic finished 28th in the 100m Freestyle Prelims with a time of 50.17.
Club's State League 2 side maintained 2nd spot on the ladder
at Futsal Oz Brunswick with a 5 - 0 victory
over Glenroy FC.
Two of the University's Touch Football
teams played each other in both the Men's and Women's VT Leagues over the weekend. The Women's Blacks team defeated
the Blues team 8 -1, while the Men's teams drew
5 - 5.
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