Saturday morning saw the UNSW/ES Stingrays line up against the Wollondilly Knights in a must-win clash at Mahoney Oval.
The UNSW-ES Bulldogs President has lauded the efforts of their Premier men’s coach in the wake of a tight victory over competition leaders, SUANFC.
With three months of football complete, we take a look at how all our teams are performing in the lead up to the Sydney AFL finals series.
153-7. No that isn’t the final score of a game from AFL Evolution. It was the final score as the Stingrays gave no quarter against the Western Wolves.
The UNSW-ES Bulldogs Premier side have cruised to a 130 point win against the Western Suburbs Magpies off the back of crucial work done by the halves.
A Dogs side missing key forward man, Jack Buckley, have recorded a close victory over the Manly/Warringah Wolves over the weekend.
All former Bulldogs and Stingrays are encouraged to come down and reminisce about the good old days in the red, white and blue at the annual Past Players Day.
A valiant UNSW/ES Bulldogs side has come away second after taking on Western Magic against Blacktown on the weekend.
All Youth Girls and aspiring AFL female AFL players are invited to Trumper Park on 15 July to watch the Top of the Table clash between the UNSW/ES Stingrays and the Sydney Uni Bombers.
It was a cold, cloudy afternoon as the Bulldogs celebrated the milestones of Steven ‘Chook’ Mcilwrath (100 games) and Chris Peters (150) at Henson Park against St George Dragons, who are sitting top of the table.