In 2017, we celebrated the end of the season with our top ten club moments. Here are the winners from 1 through to 10. Enjoy!
The UNSW/ES Bulldogs continue to build their AFL selection pathways with young guns Jack Buckley and James Bell picked up in the Rookie Draft by the GWS Giants and Sydney Swans respectively.
In 2018, the structure of the Sydney AFL competition will be changing to incorporate a Reserve Grade for men and a revamped divisionalised competition, whilst the women’s competition will see a third division added.
The UNSW Eastern Suburbs Stingrays Women’s and Bulldogs Men’s teams will serve under the same banner in 2018.
The 2017 UNSW-Eastern Suburbs Bulldogs & Stingrays annual presentation night was held at Moore Park Golf Club on Friday, 27 October, with young prodigy Max Lower picking up the Jack Dean trophy for Best & Fairest of Premier Division.
Eastern Suburbs junior and senior clubs throw weight behind the YES vote.
The under 19s UNSW/ES Bulldogs took on the St George Dragons in a battle for a grand final spot.
The UNSW/ES Bulldogs premier division side have crashed out of the finals, going down to the Pennant Hills Demons 121 (17.19) to 44 (6.8) at Blacktown International Sports Park on Sunday.
The UNSW/ES Stingrays took on the University of Sydney Bombers at Blacktown International Sports Park in the Women’s Premier Division semi final.
The UNSW-ES Bulldogs Premier Division’s spirits have been buoyed by the realisation that they will have a second chance to make it further in the finals next week after going down by 50 points to the North Shore Bombers.