Jack Scott Cup heats up for round four


By NSW Waratahs Media unit

Before we dive into round four of the Women’s Premiership competition, the Jack Scott Cup, let’s take a look at how the teams fared in round three.

Sydney University remains on top of the competition, while Parramatta and West Harbour walked away with victories and Warringah had a forfeit win from Wollongong.

A number of NSW Women’s Buildcorp Super W representatives returned to clubland after an intense victory over Queensland Women’s last month.

Eastern Suburbs 27 defeated by Parramatta 31

The highlight of round three’s fixtures, Eastern Suburbs invited Parramatta to go head to head in Orange, NSW for the annual Regional Round of the Intrust Super Shute Shield. Unlike the men, Parramatta came away with the win after a late try to Katalina Baekedal and a successful conversion to seal the win.

NSW Women’s forwards Evelyn Horomia and Melissa Fatu returned with a bang, putting points on the board for Parramatta.

Twins Talaopatina and Ana-Lise Sio, Nancy Vaiaku and Josephine Falesita also made an appearance for the Two Blues.

Eastern Suburbs 27
Tries: Kelley Sullivan 3, Jessica Santos, Jude Kendrick
Cons: Ella Goldsmith

Parramatta 31
Tries: Evelyn Horomia, Melissa Fatu 2, Josephine Falesita, Katalina Baekdal
Cons: No.10 3

Sydney University 35 defeated Campbelltown 5

Sydney University are the team to beat as they head into round four undefeated following their 35-5 victory over Campbelltown. Just like in 2017, the Students went undefeated until they faced Warringah in the Grand Final, however, the university side will be hoping to go one better this year.

Grace Hamilton, Kirrily Laws, Fi Jones and veteran forward Tasmin Sheppard all represented their club side in round three.

Sydney University 35
Tries: Tamyka Laws 3, Grace Hamilton, Jemima McCalman
Cons: Isabella Parkman 5

Campbelltown 5
Tries: Candice Pisu

Blacktown 5 defeated by West Harbour 30

West Harbour were victorious for the first time this year, securing a safe 5-30 away win over Blacktown. The match itself was particularly momentous given it was their first win as a team, having only formed at the beginning of the year.

West Harbour 30
Tries: Velsie Auva’a, Syria Tautalaga, Jasmine Sio, Radmila Borkovic, Lucy Darragh, Rachel Leann Simpson

Blacktown 5
Tries: Henrietta Tavita

University of Wollongong 0 Warringah 28 (forfeit)

Round 4 fixtures:

University of Wollongong vs Campbelltown, Wollongong Uni, 11:00 am (AEST)

Blacktown vs Sydney University, Alwyn Lind Reserve, 11:00 am (AEST)

Parramatta vs West Harbour, Lidcombe Oval, 11:00 am (AEST)

Warringah vs Eastern Suburbs, Pittwater Rugby Park, 2:00 pm (AEST)






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