MATT Dunn tightly grips his frisbee and flings it across Charles Sturt University’s oval.
With a look of grit and determination across his face, the fourth year student is preparing for intense competition at the Uni Games.
More than 3000 students will flock to Wagga’s campus to participate in around 16 sports.
Mr Dunn first delved into the ultimate sport in his first year of university. He loves the camaraderie and the surprising competitive nature of the fast-paced, action-packed sport.
“It’s like a mix between grid iron and netball,” Mr Dunn said.
CSU will compete with cross-campus team and hope to beat their fiercest rivals – UTS. “It’s a great atmosphere – you get to meet so many people and make so many friends.”
Uni Games opening ceremony kicks off on July 5.
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