Sydney Uni HC have once again won the title of Oceania Champions

Sydney Uni claims 2016 Oceania title

After winning its 5th straight Oceania championships in Geelong (Victoria) over the weekend, Sydney Uni is bound for Doha, Qatar, once again to defend its 4th place in the IHF Super Globe, the official club world cup. There was no doubt Sydney Uni entered the 2016 Oceania Club Championship as a favourite, having been the […]

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SG 2015 – A performance to remember

The Sydney Uni boys felt like they knew to expect a hard and tough match having come up against the 2013 and 2014 Superglobe Champions FC Barcelona in the previous year. Once again Sydney Uni’s improved performance was described as the surprise-package of the tournament as they held their own against the EHF Champions league […]

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SG 2015 Semi Final – A whole new level

Coming up against the EHF Champions League Runners Up, Veszprem, in the Semi-Final of the 2015 Super Globe was never going to be an easy task. Boasting a quality line up Veszprem kept a comfortble 4 goal lead going into the half time break. Sydney stayed within reach for most of the match and kept […]

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SG 2015 – Historic win for the Gold’n Blues

For their first game in the 2015 IHF Super Globe, Sydney Uni Handball Club faced local qatari club Al Sadd. Going goal for goal for most of the match against their hosts and last years finalists, Sydney Uni, led by Diego Llorente (best scorer) and Brazilian national, Renato Rui were able to hold onto their […]

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Sydney Uni HC announces squad for the 2015 Super Globe

Sydney Uni HC have announced their squad for the IHF Super Globe which will take place in Doha from 7 to 10 September. In the team of German coach Philipp Enders we can find players from seven different nations, amongst them four French. While Sydney Uni’s wider squad includes players from all continents and 12 […]

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Guillaume Charlier

Guillaume Varin is calling Sydney home

Tell us more about yourself and your Handball career so far? I started playing handball at ASEC Handball, a small club in the south of Paris and stayed there for 3 seasons. I then joined the French Handball Youth National Team training program at the age of 15 where I spent 4 years before joining […]

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