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3 December; Liam Petterson


The Women's State League 2 Water Polo team won a thrilling grand final 1 - 0 against the NYP Dragons. The match went into 'golden goal' after being tied 0 - 0 at full-time, after which the University scored first to win. Remarkably, it's the side's 4th straight premiership. The Men's State League 2 team were unlucky to miss out on the grand final after losing 7 - 8 to MC Blackballs in the preliminary final last Thursday.

The Cricket Club's 1st XI piled on 205 runs and dropped just 6 wickets before bowling out ladder leaders St Kilda for 160, winning its first match in three rounds and rising to 6th on the ladder out of 18. Wicketkeeper Jarrod Martignago notched a half-century, as did captain James McNeil, while Wesley Agar took 3 wickets for 38. The 2nd XI also enjoyed a win against St Kilda, 9/196 to 160. Batting at number 7, Noah Croes scored 54 runs, while Yousaf Iqbal took 3 wickets to ensure the side moved to 2nd on the ladder.

The State League 2 Futsal team maintained top spot on the table with a commanding 5 - 0 win over Toorak FC. Iakolev scored 2 while Marino, Masood and Park scored a goal each. Man of the Match was Anandra Putranto.

The Athletics Club's Men and Women both finished 2nd in Round 7 of the AV Shield over the weekend. Following three weeks of high-altitude training in Columbia, Jemima Montag won the Australian 20km Walk Open Invitiational in a time of 1:35:48. Club member Chris O'Neill enjoyed an impressive time of 2:31:08 in the Fukuoka Marathon to finish 110th overall.

Two weeks ago, the Men's Division 2 Touch Football team won the grand final 6 - 5 against the Melbourne City Lions. It capped off a successful season for the Club, with the Division 1 Men, Division 1 Women and Division 2 Women making the finals.


The four-time WSL2 Water Polo champions. Photo: MU Water Polo Club


The Cricket club won 2 of its 4 Premier matches on the weekend. Photo: MUCC
 

 


 

 
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