Sydney Uni have named their sides for this weekend's second round clash against St George in O'Keeffe - O'Sullivan Trophy round.

First Grade will compete against the always strong St George for the O'Keeffe - O'Sullivan Trophy at Hurstville Oval on Saturday.

With a strong first round win under their belt, and only one change - Kieran Elley coming in for Tim Ley who is unavailable - Sydney Uni will be confident of claiming the trophy for the first time in its short history.

Second Grade will welcome James Larkin, Charles Litchfield and Lawrence Neil-Smith into the team due to forced charges with Will Hay unavailable, Nicky Craze injured during the U-Syd's Australian Uni Games win, and Elley moving into first grade.

Third Grade will see a new look side for this weekend's play with five changes, seeing Kevin Jacob, Ryan Danne, Alex Shaw, Matt Powys and Jack Holloway coming into the team. Out goes Tom Kierath (work), Galvin (injured), Larkin, Litchfield and Neil-Smith (promotions).

The changes continue as we go down the grades with five changes in the Fourth Grade side, with skipper AJ Grant unavailable due to personal commitments, whilst Ryan McElduff is on rep duties, and Danne, Shaw and Powys all promoted. They will be replaced by Suda Sivapalan (who will captain in Grant's place), Sameer Murthy, Henry Clark, Brodie Frost and Connor Slater.

Metro Cup skipper, Andrew Wilkinson, will step up into Fifth Grade and lead a young side on Saturday at Camperdown Oval. After their centuries in Metro Cup last weekend, Zohirul Islam and Hamish Rogers have both earnt promotions, whilst 2015-16 Green Shield alumni, Murray Miles will join the side.

With Wilkinson stepping up to 5s, newcomer James Gillespie will take the reigns in Metropolitan Cup at St Andrew's Oval on Saturday, and will welcome Tristan Mears and Green Shield extended squad members Tom Draca, Ayush Mishra and Rehan Gunawardhana into the fold.

For full team selections for Round 2 matches against St George, please click here.

Good luck to all taking the field for The Students this weekend.