The Men's tennis team have been strong so far this year.

BUCS Wednesday Nov 30: Weekly results round-up

As ever there were many games played this week, with all teams hoping for great results. Sonny Snelling, Zeeshan Shivji and Sean McPolin have the BUCS weekly round up.

Twitter was full of positive comments for all the teams.

There were great victories but some disappointing losses.

Get involved: tweet @CCSUUnified with the hashtag #C4BUCS with your comments and photos of the sporting action this week for a chance to be featured next week.

Men’s 3rd team football continue to win:

C4’s Men’s 3rd football team had another victory against a very capable Greenwich 1sts which ended 2-0.

Their captain Kieran Topson said: “They (Greenwich) had bundles of ability all round the pitch.

“We didn’t play to our best ability but ground out the result and kept a clean sheet.

“Special mention to Ose Ebosele and Dec Kirk for the goals.

“Bring on the top of the league clash next week!”

Next week they face Imperial College London hoping to secure 3 more points.

Women’s football 1st team lose 2-1 in dying seconds to University College London:

President Holly Bayliss said after the game: “Everyone put in 100% effort and on a different day there would have been different results.

“We dominated the game and were unlucky to have conceded the winning goal in the last minute.”

Women’s Lacrosse 1st thrash Hertfordshire Uni

The team won 18-4 against a lack luster Hertfordshire team.

The goal scorers for CCCU were as followed:

Emma Smith – 6 (captain)

Noora Virtanen – 4

Anna Richards – 2

Francesca Smith – 1

Megan Sadler – 1

Louisa Pimblett – 1

Phoebe Salkeld – 1

Holly Siddons – 1

Alana Collins – 1

Top scorer and captain Emma Smith said: “The women’s game was so great.

“All of our weaknesses in last weeks game were worked on in training over the week and became our strengths.

“It has clearly impacted our game positively.”

She went on to complement her top players.

“Our most valuable player was Noora Virtanen.

Our fresher of the match was given to Emily Darnley and Louisa Pimblett

“Unfortunately we don’t have any more games until February, but we have plenty of time to work towards Varsity and our match against Kent 2’s to show them how women-lacmuch we have improved.”

 

Mens rugby come close to win with some refereeing decisions making the difference 20-23:

C4 Men’s hosted City 1st XV in a game that looked like going down to the wire.

President Callum Baines said: “We started slow and conceded a quick try 0-5.

“We quickly switched on and piled on pressure to win two penalties in quick succession 6-5.

“The Game was hard fought in the middle of the pitch, City had a quick break and claimed another try. 6-10.

“Second half we conceded 2 penalties and a try after some interesting refereeing decisions, 6-23.

“A couple of penalties went against us which we believe were wrong.

“Last 15 minutes the boys came together and grinded out two well worked tries 20-23.

“However we left it just a little too late and that was the final score. Lots of positives to take but still waiting for that elusive win.”

Tries came from.

Joe Vint.

Joel ‘Doom’ Dumont-Barter.

Kicks from.

Alex Miller.

Man of the match went to vice captain Will Phelps

 

Men’s Tennis start slow but finish with a high:

Canterbury 1st played against LSE 2nd.

Their president said: “The game didn’t start as well as it should have.

“Their was a slow start because they were supposed to meet at 10:50am, but there were some confusions as the opposing team captain asked to see university ID’s.

“After the turmoil the game finally started.”

Highlights included Ben Millers game.

“He (Miller) got a good start breaking early in the 1st set.

“His next serve game he was 40-0 up and finished the game 18 minutes later after about 348 deuces.

“Despite the longest game ever Miller went 2-0 up which then instantly his opponent held service game which meant 2-1.

He played intelligently and took an extremely comfortable win of 6/1 6/2.

Men’s football 2nd’s get back on track:

The Men’s football 2nd’s returned to winning ways with a 4-0 win against opponents Medway. Four goals in 20 minutes meant that there only looked like one winner.

Captain Sam Eastgate said: “We blew them away.

“We had goals from George Ackah (x2), Jase Fregene and Ahmed Euba.

“We went down to 10 men late in the first half, but the boys worked hard and kept a clean sheet.”

Women’s hockey 1st getting closer to CCCU history

The 1st’s won 6-0 against today’s opponents Sussex

Captain Edie Kelly said: “It was great to get back to winning ways.

“Rebecca Weston and Laura Buttimer scored and both played incredibly – they really held the team together.

“This means we’re still top and 3 points clear and our next game is against 2nd place.

“So we just need to keep training hard and play our own game on the day.

“And hopefully reach the playoffs for the first time in Christ Church history.

Women’s football 2nd slump to 5-0 loss

With one player hospitalised there wasn’t many positives from today’s game.

Although the girls did their best, not much could have been done about the score.

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Women’s tennis

Ladies faced UCL 3rds and did their job quite well with special thanks to Annie Fitzsimmons for proving the team with her excellent comedy.

Georgie Farrugia Sacco and Ozay Barutcu paired up even though they were injured they won easily 6/2 6/1.

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Women’s Netball 1sts victory against Queen Mary

The ladies 1st team smashed it against Queen Mary 2nds with a final score of 77-27.

Here was a final word from player of the match Lucinda Rosewomen-netball:

“Every single player was really focussed today and timed their drives perfectly, giving first-time balls and great hard and flat passes.

I got player of the match but for me it was Sophie Geddes, our GA. She worked amazingly with our GS Elloise Rosen, running behind her to receive great feeds from our WAs Abbie Webster and Katie Hurley in the two halves. Sophie must’ve missed only 3 or 4 shots (where she’d get the rebound off the hoop anyway) throughout the whole match and due to her brilliant fitness was able to give 110% for the whole game.

There was some really lovely netball against nice girls, and we could practice different combinations and concentrate on particular things ready to play their 1st team next week!”

Get involved: tweet @CCSUUnified with the hashtag #C4BUCS with your comments and photos of the sporting action this week for a chance to be featured next week.

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