Bulls on rampage
The Hills Bulls had a further tune-up for the Sydney Shield semi-finals by thrashing Burwood/North Ryde 50-0 at Concord Oval on Sunday. The Bulls won the football and declined the invitation to contest the fight. The result was academic because the Bulls are slated to play Cabramatta in a sudden-death semi-final, and they'll meet Asquith in the final competition match at Storey Park on Sunday.
Hornets fly home
The Hills Hornets women were in sublime form, thrashing the Sydney City Comets 82-45 in a Waratah Championship League elimination basketball semi-final on Saturday. .The Hornets will now play unbeaten minor premiers, the Hornsby Spiders, in Sutherland this Saturday.
Alas, the story was reversed for the Hornets men, who lost their elimination semi-final 74-57 to the Comets.
In finest form
The Hills Brumbies ended their season in style thumping Spirit FC 3-0 in the final round of the Men's No.2 soccer competition at Blacktown International Sports Park on Sunday. The three second-half goals knocked the Spirit out of the finals in one of the upsets of the season.