This week saw a handful of the C4 teams claim their respective league titles to cap a great season.
Men’s Football 4’s are the champions
The game was summed up perfectly by fourth team captain Joshua Karl Vincent.
“Heading into what was the last ever Christ Church game for a lot of my players we were very nervous for the occasion.
“A win would see us win the league, a loss would mean we would have to hope the team in second lost as well.
“After a nervous first 20 minutes we began to settle down and play our football.
“After we had two goals disallowed we managed to get the 2-0 win we deserved claiming the league title.
“I couldn’t be any prouder of my team as this is what we have worked for all year.”
Women’s Rugby clinch the title
Captain Aegean Leech was ecstatic after the Rugby Women won the league with an impressive 74-19 win.
She said: “So this marked our last game this season.
“A win would secure us the league and put us into the play offs for premiership.
“We put our full force out and stormed the win 74-19.
“There were a lot of tears, mixture of happiness and sadness(13 of our girls are leaving this year-including myself).
“We left that pitch with our heads held higher than ever before and spent our night getting more bevvy than we ever have got.
“This year has been a pleasure for me and I couldn’t have wished for a better team and group of friends.”
Back to back 3-0 wins for Men’s 1’s Football
The Men’s 1’s had two games this week with them winning both by the scoreline 3-0 against Kings College and Hertfordshire.
Last Sunday the team were down to just their starting 11 making the away trip to second in the league Kings College even harder.
Captain Ollie Mentessi said: “The boys dug deep and an inspired performance from our make shift striker, De’Anno Jeffers, led the way for the 1’s.”
The goals came from Danio Brown, Junior Brown and De’Anno Jeffers.
For Wednesday’s game they faced another tough test against Hertfordshire.
The game ultimately ended in another 3-0 win for the 1’s who are in a real vein of form at the moment.
A brace from skipper, Ollie Mentessi, and a Marcel Brown goal earned the 1’s the points #TheUnthinkableContinues
Women’s BB tee up final game showdown
Women’s basketball beat LSE 50-32. Meaning it all comes down to next weeks game so we can win the league.
Captain Eftychia Panayiotou said: “The girls smashed another game putting in a hard performance for the win.
“It all comes down to the next game on the 21st against UCL to decide who wins the BUCS league as we are on the same points with only goal difference separating us.
“Get down to the Sports Centre for 5:15 to cheer on the girls.”
Netball 1’s top the table with a game to go
Netball firsts played Queen Mary’s and beat them 80-22, not only does this put them back to the top of the league it puts them in a really good position to win the league altogether next Wednesday.
Captain Abbie Webster said: “My star player was Megan Galvin, her movement around the circle was amazing and she, as usual, missed hardly any shots.”
Men’s Rugby remain unbeaten since November
Men’s rugby 1s beat imperial medics 33-19 with a bonus point to remain unbeaten since November.
Captain Ed Ellson said; “Credit to the boys who stepped up for the ones and a special mention to 2’s player Fillipo who suffered a nasty injury, all the best to him for a speedy recovery.”
Netball 2’s end season on a high
Netball seconds beat Imperial 51-28.
Lauren Hylands said: “I think for our last game of the season it showed just how much we have come together as a team.
“From starting with pretty much a whole team of freshers to our performance Wednesday, we have really developed as a team.
“Set plays were exceptional which is reflected with the score and everyone on the team put in 100%.
“So pleased with our final game result and how far the girls have come along.”
Netball 3’s beat LSE
The Netball 3’s won 37-20 to LSE.
Captain Megan Freer said: “The girls played really well and kept working hard until the end.
“So proud to have won the last game of the season, couldn’t ask for a better group of girls to captain and play with.”
Women’s Hockey drew 1-1 with Imperial.
Netball 4’s beat Greenwhich 4’s 48-7.
Reading couldn’t field a team. So Men’s lacrosse earned a walkover
Men’s Basketball lost to Kings College by 4.