BUCS Round-Up Week 7


Netball 2’s won 63-12 sending them through to the quarter-finals of the cup.

Captain Emmy Sheehan said: “Oppositions player of the match was Emmy and captains was Annabel and Jemma.”


Netball 4’s and 5’s also won their league games.


Swimming and Water Polo

CCCU Swim and Water Polo teams competed at BUCS Short Course.

Jack Hathaway said: “Personal Best times all round for our swimmers. Swimmer of the Competition was Harry Rumary. Started swimming in September this year, first time competing and achieved a personal best time!”


Women’s Cricket

Women’s Cricket played in the first round of BUCS on Sunday, winning 3 out of 4 games against UKC, Surrey and Brunel.

Annabelle Richards said: “Player of the weekend- fresher Jodie Hobson for scoring 110 runs over the 4 games, retiring 3 out of 4, bowled and fielded extremely well too!”


Men’s Rugby

Men’s Rugby 3’s played their first game of the season and beat The University Officers’ Training Corps 22-13.

Captain Thomas Little said: “Super result for the boys, with 7 of them never playing rugby before. Player of the match was Nathan Brooke, lead from the front and had a dominant game.”


Women’s Rugby

Women’s Rugby lost 15-5.

Captain Niamh Shewell-Cooper said: “My player of the match is Devon Hughes for being captain for the day because I was too ill to play”


Women’s Lacrosse

Women’s Lacrosse won 27-1 against Brunel, with 10 freshers playing their first ever game.

Captain Sophie Giles said: “My player of the match was Hollie Newton who scored 14 amazing goals and lead the team from start to finish!”

Men’s Lacrosse

Men’s Lacrosse lost 9-3 to UCL 2’s.

Captain Adam James said: “Very disappointing day for us, MOTM was Sam Kimber.”


Men’s Hockey

Men’s hockey 1’s lost 2-0 to UKC in the Cup.

Ethan West said: “Man of the Match- Johnny Amos. Awesome defensively and heroics to stop a ball on the line and save a certain goal!”


Women’s Tennis

Women’s Tennis remain undefeated this season as they progressed into the quarter final of the cup!

Captain Oksana Savchenko said: “The matches were long, and tough, but after drawing in the first six games we claimed all three of the deciding tie breaks. My players of the match are AGAIN Ami Yoshizoe and Yukari Kamei, who despite troublesome opponents and near freezing weather conditions won everything.

“Their patience, technique and spirit on the court is admirable – very very honoured to have them on my team
But nonetheless incredibly proud of the whole team who gave their 110% at all times and can’t wait for what the rest of the season has in store for us.”

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