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14 May; Liam Petterson


It was a successful weekend for the Basketball Club’s Black Angels in the BigV against the Collingwood All Stars. The Men’s side prevailed 90 – 76, with star recruit Brandon Armstrong scoring 26 points, and Nicholas Masunda not far behind with 23 points. The Women’s team picked up their seventh win in a row, winning 66 – 47.  

The Melbourne University Women’s Football Club were delighted with their weekend. The VFL team got their first win of the season after defeating Essendon 5.6-36 to 4.4-28, and Ashleigh Riddell was named best on ground with 3 goals. In the William Buck Premier division, Ashley Bye kicked a goal in her 100th game for the Club, enjoying a 6.7-43 to 3.2-20 win over Old Xaverians.

Melbourne University Lightning are on top of the Victorian Netball League Championship ladder after round 3, with a dominating 55 to 32 win over the Southern Saints last Wednesday.

The Men’s Football Blues and Blacks both earned wins over the weekend. In the William Buck Premier division, the Blues lead for the whole match to win 13.12-90 to 10.15-75 over Old Scotch. In Premier B, the Blacks prevailed against Caufield Grammarians, 15.13-103 to 13.11-89. Lochie Dornauf was best on ground with 6 goals, one of which was this gem in the last quarter.

In college sport over the weekend, Queen’s College won the Men’s Soccer Grand Final in frosty conditions at Princes Park. The match finished 0 – 0 with Queen’s winning out 4 – 3 on penalties. St Hilda’s picked up the Women’s Hockey trophy on Sunday night, also winning on penalties after a score of 2 – 2 at full time against Ormond.

 


 

 
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