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26 November; Liam Petterson


The Women's State League 2 Water Polo team won a semi final thriller 3 - 2 against the NYP Dragons. The result means that the side, which topped the league ladder, go straight through to grand final on Saturday 1 December at MSAC. The team has been the standout performer of the campaign, remaining undefeated with 11 wins and 2 draws from 13 games, and sporting the highest goal difference in the league at 71. The Men's State League 2 team will play its semi final tomorrow night against the Richmond Tigers.

Ten teams from the Athletics Club took on the 2018 Victorian Track Relay Championships, with the highlight coming from the Women's 4x1500m team which scored a bronze medal. Amy McCormick, Ruby Turner, Maddy Button and Danielle Zhang finished the race in 22:08.12. In the 4x800m Men's race, Jack Hughes, Al Perkinson, Nick Parkinson and Pete Gaukrodger finished a commendable 6th in a tough field.

The Men's State League 2 Futsal team maintained its stunning form to win 4 - 1 against rivals Monash, returning to the top of the ladder having lost only once in 14 matches. Mohamed Aown was named man of the match with a hattrick.

The Boat Club won 3 races at the Head of the Yarra 2018, finishing 1st in the Male Masters H Eight, the Mixed Masters A-C Eight and the Male Masters F Eight. The Club's Men's Open Eight also set the third fastest time of the day at 25:40:84.

A strong contingent from Melbourne University Cheer and Dance took on the AASCF Nationals 2018 on the Gold Coast over the weekend. The Pom Duo and Capri teams came 2nd, while the Cobalt and Sapphire teams each finished 3rd in their categories. 



The Women's 4x1500m team. Photo: MUAC



The 3rd-placed MU Cobalt team at Nationals. Photo: Melbourne University Cheer and Dance
 

 


 

 
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