Outstanding play by CCCU saw them overcome Hertfordshire with an end score of 15-7. The victory meant even more as they conquered an opponent that used to be in the division above.
Captain Lauren Goodlife said, “Probably the best game we’ve ever played as a team.”
Player of the week was awarded to Poppy Price for her continuous goalscoring on the way to ending the match as the top scorer.
The netball 2nd team suffered a 27-14 loss to Imperial. A team that was struck by injures also had many players in new positions.
Player of the week was awarded to jade. Captain Molly Nagel said, “She travelled from Reading to play when she’s been ill and still played so well.”
CCCU finished Sunday triumphant in all three of their games, beating Portsmouth’s first and second team as well as UCL. The team remains unbeaten this year and are through to the last sixteen.
Player of the week was Archie Hobbs-Moore for taking some crucial wickets and batting superbly throughout the day.
After a 53-0 loss last week, CCCU fought hard this week in their game against Portsmouth. Unfortunately, it ended in defeat coming down to one conversion, with a final score of 22-24.
Captain Lucy Reif said, “player of the week was Chloe Oakley as she had a massive work rate and played amazing in her new position.”
Another decisive fourth quarter meant another win for CCCU against Kings College’s second team, with the final score 106-82.
Captain Tudor Criveanu said, “player of the week is Jim Lanoy, he scored 31 points for us and carried us all the way through the game.”
The Men’s Lacrosse team gave themselves a chance at winning the league by beating Portsmouth 14-5.
Captain Sam Kimber said, “we out did Portsmouth in every respect, kept our cool and the score line reflects that.”
Player of the week was awarded to Pat who scored six goals and dodged defenders throughout.
Men’s Football 3’s
An undefeated streak was ended by the men’s football third team as they beat UCL’s first team 3-2. After going behind twice CCCU fought back and secured the win late on.
Captain Ben Goodayle said,” nobody gave up both times we went behind, it was a huge effort from the boys.
Player of the week was Toddy who was solid at the back and managed to impact the other end of the pitch, running from his own box to score the winner. A quality all round performance.
Catch up on all of last weeks action here!