WELCOME TO THE 2017 EASTERN UNIVERSITY GAMES!
This event is for university and TAFE students from New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory and is the largest of four regional university Games events to be held on the same week in July. The 2017 Eastern University Games will be hosted by Newcastle in partnership with Newcastle City Council and The University of Newcastle
Since its inception, the Eastern University Games has been renowned for providing a friendly but competitive environment for student athletes from all over New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory. Owned by Australian University Sport (AUS), the peak governing body of university sport in Australia, the Games are a key event on the eastern university sporting calendar.
Recognised as the perfect opportunity for student athletes to compete in a participation based event against like minded students from across the east region, the Games has built up a reputation as an event not to be missed, attracting over 2,700 competitors each year.
For more information about TEAM CUMBO and trial information, visit the Sports Centre or contact Fiona Bennie
Each year since 1939, Sydney Uni students and staff have competed against each other for the honour and pride of their faculty in a variety of sports. Competitions include touch footy, soccer, netball, basketball, cricket and tennis to name a few. Points are awarded to the winners and place-getters of each competition whilst participation points are also given to all faculties whose students compete. The faculty with the most points at the end of the year wins and is awarded the Emily Small Shield!
Interfaculty Sport enrollment is easy and free! Participation provides an opportunity for both undergraduates, postgraduate students and staff to have fun and compete for their faculty in a social atmosphere!
Each faculty nominates at least one representative for the year, our 2017 representative is Cameron Jewell. Cameron will be responsible for the promotion of interfaculty sport within their respective faculties and also the organisation of competitors and teams.
All other enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the Law Faculty – Winners of the Emily Small Shield for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016!
Looking to play Interfaculty Sport?
We are taking expressions of interest to forward onto your Faculty Sport’s Representatives, who will get in contact you before registering their Faculty team to confirm your involvement. Please head to the Sports Centre to register your interest.
Interfaculty Sport Calendar 2017
|22/03/17||3||Touch Football||10am – 3pm||The Square|
|29/03/17||4||Indoor Cricket||10am-3pm||SUSAC Court 3 & 4|
|5/04/17||5||Swimming Carnival||11am – 4pm||SUSAC Court 3 & 4|
|26/04/17||7||Tennis||10:30am – 3pm||SUSAC Courts 3 & 4|
|3/05/17||8||Futsal (male)||10am-3pm||SUSAC Court 3 & 4|
|10/05/17||9||Futsal (female)||10am-3pm||SUSAC Court 3 & 4|
|17/05/17||10||Ultimate Frisbee||10am-3pm||SUSAC Court 3 & 4|
|24/05/17||11||3km Run||2:30– 4pm||Oval No. 1|
Rules and regulations of Interfaculty Sport Competition HERE
For Terms & Conditions click here
The Sports Centre is available for Cumberland Student Guild Members and features:
- a fully equipped gym (with all new cardio equipment) & indoor sports facility
- outdoor tennis courts
- available for conferences and functions
- a great outdoor entertainment area with bbq.
Opening Hours (during Semester)
Mon-Thur:Â from 7:30am to 8:30pm
Fri: 7:30am to 3pm
Bookings & Enquiries
02 9351 9613
Sports Hall and Tennis Courts
The use of the sports hall and tennis courts are free for members and up to 2 guests per member. Any additional players will be required to pay the standard court hire charge of $9 per hour.