The students picked up two victories with back-to-back impressive performances.
First up they eased past Parramatta after dismissing it for just 69.
Sydney Thunder and NSW Breakers squad member Maisy Gibson was the star of the show collecting 3-20 from her four overs and then hitting a polished 29 not out as Universities won by seven-wickets with still 48 balls remaining.
Kate Owen also assisted taking 1-5 from three overs and scoring a run-a-ball 22 not out.
In Round 10, it hammered Penrith White by 52-runs thanks to a great batting effort by Erica James (64 from 40 balls) and Rachel Li (53 from 47 balls) as the students posted 5-148 from its 20 overs.
Penrith White could only manage 8-96 in reply as Universities strangled the run chase from the get go.
Elsewhere in Round 9 action, Clarra Iemma’s 34 guided Campbelltown-Camden to a 34-run win against Penrith White.
Iemma’s knock helped the home side to a healthy 6-120 and Penrith White was restricted to 7-86 in reply.
Bankstown cruised to a nine-wicket thumping of Penrith black with just under ten over remaining in its clash at Howell Oval .
Penrith Black was dismissed for 61 after losing the toss and being asked to bat first. The decision by Bankstown to bowl first paid dividends as its bowlers ran riot.
Gordon defeated Northern District at Bill Ball Oval whilst the match between St George-Sutherland 1 and St George-Sutherland 2 finished with a win to St George-Sutherland 2 by seven-wickets as it earned a bonus point.
Sydney had the bye.
In Round 10 fixtures, Campbelltown-Camden won a thriller over Parramatta at Raby #1.
Chasing Campbelltown-Camden’s total of 99, Parramatta kept itself in the chase all game before falling just seven runs short. Parramatta Captain Melissa Halton finished with 26 not out for the visitors whilst Tanya Bailey bowled economically for the hosts with 2-15 from four overs.
St George-Sutherland 1 recorded a confidence boosting 37-run win over Sydney in its match at Glenn McGrath Oval.
Despite Sydney’s Rachel Miller collecting 3-19 from her four overs, St George-Sutherland 1 was able to post 6-124 from its 20 overs.
It then produced a wonderful bowling and fielding display to limit Sydney to 8-87 at the end of its allotted 20 overs. Darshanna Kannan was the pick of the Sydney batters with 21 not out.
In the other Round 10 games: Gordon thumped Bankstown by 51-runs and Penrith Black defeated Northern District by forfeit. St George-Sutherland 2 had the bye.