The UNSW Colts bowed out of the 2019 competition yesterday after making to the first round finals against the Sutherland Seahawks. Trying to fight back in the second half from a 20-0 deficit, the Colts put two TD’s on the board but couldn’t peg back the scoreline ending their season. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the guys for their hard work and never give up determination.
Huge day for the UNSW Raiders as all three teams qualified for finals. This morning the Colts had a a day off as the Giants unfortunately forfeited the game overnight. They will have a first round finals next weekend. The Women’s had a huge win over the Ducks 42-16 giving them 3rd on the ladder for the season. Because the Sharks are ineligible for the finals they get a first
The UNSW Raiders Colts were up 20-2 with 3 minutes left in the game and thought to be cruising for the win, but a late surging Rebels drew back the scoreline in a heart racing final few minutes leaving the Colts clinging onto the lead finishing out the game 20-16. It’s been a huge turnaround for the Colts going from scoring only 14 points through two games to scoring well
UNSW Raiders clinched the top spot on the ladder and are one game away from claiming minor premiers with a gutsy 29-6 win over the number two team UTS Gators. QB Tanner Young (#15) said after the game, “It was a good effort and good team win. We scored when we needed to, and Defence played well. Looking forward to growing from this experience.” Tanner ran for one TD and
Huge win for both the Women’s team and the Colts teams today. Both teams battled through the heat of a Midday kickoff playing at two different venues across Sydney. The Colts scored their second win of the season defeating the Central West Giants 38-22. Meanwhile the Womens had their second shutout in a row defeating the UTS Gators 38-0. “Our defense did a great job to get the shutout today,
UNSW Raiders dishing out shutouts today with both the Men’s and Women’s team keeping their opponents scoreless. The Women’s team defeating the Giants 26-0 while the Men’s defeated the Pirates 37-0. “It was such a weird game,” Coach Medrano said after the game. “The boys came out fast in the first half and put 37 points on the board then with the running clock in the second half, it just
Sitting third on the ladder the UNSW Raiders Men’s defeated the number 2 team the UTS Gators 48-14. In what was sometimes an emotionally charged game, coach Brundu said he was “proud of the boys effort all game but warned that we need to lift further for the remaining season.” Earlier in the day the Raiders Women’s team also had a huge win defeating the Gators 36-7. Running back Lucy