UQ has claimed the first 2018 Uni 7s title after a win over Macquarie Uni in the final.
Macquarie had upset the Queenslanders on day one but they fell short in the ultimate decider.
The win means UQ has won every tournament on offer since the Uni 7s began.
3:10pm - UQ takes title
UQ has surprised Macquarie Uni with a 19-5 win to take out yet another Uni 7s title.
The Queenslanders have won every title on offer since the Uni 7s competition began but their position on top looked precarious coming into day two.
Macquaries inflicted UQ's first-ever defeat on day one and the Sydneysiders were shaping up as the favourites.
UQ proved they had the big-game composure, though, running away with the gold medal game.
2:35pm - Minor placings
Griffith University has finished with the bronze medal in Hobart after a 36-0 win over Sydney Uni.
UC came away with fifth after beating out hosts UTas 25-12 and University of Adelaide will be seventh after this first leg, with a win over Bond Uni sealing their result.
UNE notched their first win of the tournament with victory over tournament debutants Uni of Melbourne, 39-0.
All that is left now is for the top medal to be decided, with Macquarie and UQ kicking off at 2:40pm AEST.
Bronze medal playoff
Sydney Uni 0 - Griffith Uni 36
Fifth place playoff
University of Canberra 25 - University of Tasmania 12
Seventh place playoff
University of Adelaide 22 - Bond Uni 12
Ninth place playoff
University of Melbourne 0 - University of New England 39
12:20pm - Semi-finals
They were the top two teams in Pool A and Macquarie Uni and UQ will face off for the trophy in Tasmania.
Macquarie inflicted UQ's first ever Uni 7s loss on day one and now the Queenslanders have a chance for revenge.
Last year's series champions bested fellow Queensland uni, Griffith, in a dominant 29-0 victory.
Macquarie kept Sydney Uni at arm's length in a 19-15 win over their own local rivals.
In the minor placings, UC beat University of Adelaide to set up a fifth-place playoff with host UTas, who beat Bond 26-7.
University of Adelaide 0 - University of Canberra 27
University of Tasmania 26 - Bond Uni 7
Macquarie 19 - Sydney Uni 5
UQ 29 - Griffith Uni 0
10:22am - Round five
It will be all local derbies in the Uni 7s semi-finals in Hobart after the final round wrapped up on Sunday morning.
UQ will take on Griffith and Macquarie Uni will take on Sydney Uni in their final four clash
Macquarie and Griffith finished as the only undefeated teams in the competition, taking top spots in their pools.
The University of Adelaide finished third in Pool A, with University of Tasmania fourth and Melbourne Uni fifth in their tournament debut.
In Pool B, Bond Uni just missed out on a semi-final spot, with UC fourth and UNE finishing fifth.
Macquarie Uni 36 - Melbourne Uni 0
UQ 31 - University of Adelaide 5
Griffith 20 - Bond Uni 10
UC 7 - Sydney Uni 12
Macquarie Uni Rays
Maddison Anderson ©
University of Adelaide Romas
Ellie Konopka ©
Lauren Potter ©
University of Canberra
Sammie Wood (c)
University of Melbourne
Annie Buntine ©
Tangata Tupou ©
Jessika Elliston (Captain)
University of Tasmania
Lauryn Cooper (C)
Molly Baxter (VC)
Marioulla Belessis (vc)
Jannicke lJdens (c)
Hagiga (Haj) Mosby
Mackenzie Sadler (vc)
Bodil Van Wijnbergen
Terri-Anne Egan (13th)
University of New England
Tahlia goldsmith (c)
University of Sydney
Tilly Vaughan Fowler
Barbara Waddell (VC)
Liv White (C)
Freya Clayhill (VC)