With a Bronze medal in Tasmania and a Silver in Canberra, Griffith Uni have finally pushed to the top and won their maiden Uni 7s title in Brisbane.
In a first for the competition, three different teams have now taken out the Uni 7s title in 2018.
Griffith Uni, Macquarie Uni and the University of Queensland now all sit on top of the Aon Uni 7s ladder with 54 points each.
The three teams all now have a Gold, Silver and Bronze each.
There are only two titles left in the 2018 series, and for the first time in Uni 7s history there's no clear favourite.
3:10 pm - Griffith take out their maiden Uni 7s title
Griffith Uni have nabbed their maiden Uni 7s title in a 28 -7 victory over fellow Queensland side UQ.
The two teams last met up at the end of day one, where Griffith crept ahead of the home side for the win.
A yellow card to UQ gave Griffith the upper-hand as they scored twice in the first half, leading 14 – 7 at half time.
Griffith's Kahli Henwood was a standout player throughout the competition, and she help seal the teams maiden win with a double in the gold medal match.
UQ 7 v Griffith 28
2:40 PM - MINOR PLACINGS
Macquarie and Sydney Uni battled it out in Sydney Darby for the Bronze medal and bragging rights.
Sydney Uni’s Jakiya Whitfield scored a double in the first two minutes, with Macquarie Uni’s speedster Montana Walters answering back with her own double to even the score 12 – 12.
Two more tries from the Macquarie Rays and the match was sealed, the Rays taking the bronze medal 24 -12.
Katrina Barker from UNE set the tone of the fifth-place playoff when she scored the first points of the game from a chip and chase against UC.
Grace Hamilton scored an incredible length of the field try to put UNE just one point behind UC with one minute to go of the match.
Maya Stewart from UNE made a try saving tackle to stop UC from scoring again, but UC clinched the fifth-place nail biter 22 – 21.
Adelaide cruised to a seventh-place win over UTas who was left try less at full time.
Bond Uni also sailed to a 41 – 0 win over Melbourne Uni, for ninth place.
Five different players each scored a try for Bond with Sophie Holyman nabbing a double for the Queensland side.
Bronze medal match
Sydney Uni 12 vs Macquarie Uni 24
UC 22 vs UNE 21
UTas 0 vs Uni of Adelaide 24
Bond Uni 41 vs Melbourne 0
12:30 pm - Semi-finals
The grand final will be a battle of the state as Queensland sides UQ and Griffith come out on top after the semi finals.
UTas had cracker of a morning when they drew with powerhouse Griffith in round five, but UC proved too tough leading 19 – 0 at half time in the qualifying final.
UC is through to the fifth-place matchup, piling 29 unanswered points on UTas who will meet up with the Uni of Adelaide in the ninth-place playoff.
UNE and the Uni of Adelaide were evenly matched and had two wins a piece coming into their qualifying final.
The game was all tied up at 14 -14 with three minutes to go, when Maya Stewart scored the match winner for UNE projecting her team into the fifth-place final with UC.
Sydney Uni topped Pool A, and UQ narrowly missed out on the top position in Pool B to Griffith.
UQ held the lead at half time 12 – 5 against Sydney Uni, but Shenae Ciesiolka’s second half double for UQ pushed them into the grand-final matchup.
Canberra 7s grand finalists Macquarie Uni and Griffith, were caught in a 0-0 stalemate until Griffith’s Kahli Henwood scored off the last play in the first half.
Griffith wouldn’t relent and piled another three unanswered tries on Macquarie, the final score 22 – 0.
Bragging rights are on the line for the Sydney sides as Macquarie and Sydney Uni face off for the bronze medal.
UC 29 vs UTas 0
UNE 21 vs Uni of Adelaide 14
Sydney Uni 12 vs UQ 22
Griffith 22 vs Macquarie Uni 0
10:30 am - Round five
In a complete reversal of their day one performance, Macquarie Uni came out firing against the Uni of Adelaide in the day two opener.
Macquarie put five unanswered tries on the Uni of Adelaide and snagged themselves a spot in the semi-finals.
Sydney Uni and UC were on equal points headed into round five as they battled it out for the top position in Pool A.
In an incredibly tight game, Jakiya Whitfield from Sydney Uni scored the match winner with a phenomenal length of the field runaway try.
Sydney Uni now sits on top of Pool A and will face off with home side UQ in the semi-finals.
In a replay of the Canberra 7s Gold medal match, Macquarie Uni and Griffith will meet up in a grand final decider.
UTas put up a solid defence against Pool B toppers Griffith in their round five matchup, with the score all tied up at full time, 17 -17.
UNE got their second win of the Brisbane competition in last match of the pool stage against the Uni of Melbourne.
Melbourne snagged a last minute try but it wasn't enough to makeup for UNE's dominance throughout the game, the final score 31 – 7.
Macquarie 29 vs University of Adelaide 0
UC 17 vs Sydney Uni 22
Griffith 17 vs UTas 17
UNE 31 vs University of Melbourne 7
Macquarie Uni Rays
IN: Sarah Halvorsen
OUT: Page McGregor
Maddi Anderson (cc)
Emily Chancellor (cc)
13th: Katarina Amosa
IN: Gemma Walker, Tyler Birch
OUT: Taylor Fenton, Stephanie Rutherford
Jessika Elliston ©
University of Canberra
IN: Kiara Meredith-Brown, Darcy Read
OUT: Yasmin Meakes, Tsania Afamasaga
Sammie Wood ©
University of Adelaide
IN: Brianna Nathan, Lauren Meyer, Mahalia Murphy, Rebekah Jones, Zakiya Kereopa, Zara Lee
OUT: Maddy Smith, Joanna Hawke, Lauren Kildare, Gemma Monaghan, Cindy Chang, Zahn Anthony
University of Sydney
IN: Kim Davey, Tiarne Cavanah, Ash Quinlan, Iliseva Batibasaga
OUT: Emma Wade, Jordan Parsonage, Barbara Waddell, Anneliese Hughes
Tilly Vaughan Fowler
IN: Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea, Kahli Henwood, Anthea Moodie, Rhiannon Revell-Blair, Alana Elisaia
OUT: Samantha Treherne, Lily Dick, Georgie Friedrichs, Kirby Sefo, Sophie Bell,
University of Queensland
IN: Shenae Ciesiolka, Erica Fowler, Gemma Huack, Katie Muscat
OUT: Jannicke Ijdens, Sarafina Vosuqa, Haj Mosby
Marioulla Belessis (co-captain)
Mackenzie Sadler (co-captain)
Bodil Van Wijnbergen
Meg Gemmell (13th player)
Team not supplied
University of Tasmania
IN: Courtney Cook, Rebecca Hyland
OUT: Molly Baxter, Emma Sykes
University of Melbourne
IN: Reni Hicks, Karin Gunatilake,Tamara Whiteside, Emily Wellings
OUT: Jessica Anderson, Sophia Power, Sophie McDonald, Jessica Roberts
1. Macquarie Uni- 38
2. UQ - 36
3. Griffith - 34
4. UC - 24
5. Bond Uni - 20
6. Uni of Tasmania - 18
7. University of Sydney - 18
8. UNE - 14
9. University of Adelaide - 14
10. University of Melbourne - 4