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Read more at: BASKETBALL - Cambridge Women's 1st v Worcester

BASKETBALL - Cambridge Women's 1st v Worcester

26 January 2017

Location: University of Worcester Arena Final Score: 57-53 (Worcester) The Blues' Top Scorers: Claire Ratican (13), Léonie de Jonge (11), Jess Hunt (10), Mie Monti (8), Emily Lees (4) Overall Free Throw Accuracy: 42% The first game of 2017 saw the Blues lose against Worcester by only 4 points, after a hard fought match in...

Read more at: Strategy for Sport 2017-2022
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Strategy for Sport 2017-2022

24 January 2017

The University of Cambridge Sports Service is delighted to announce the publication of the 2017-2022 Strategy for Sport, which was approved by the University Council yesterday. The Strategy for Sport details the Sports Service's objectives, key performance indicators and fundraising priorities for the next five years, in...

Read more at: Development of Hockey Provisions

Development of Hockey Provisions

13 January 2017

On January 24th from 3pm until 7pm there will be a public exhibition on the plans for enhancing the hockey provisions at Wilberforce Road. The exhibition will take place in the pavilion, and representatives from the University Sports Service and the City Hockey Club will be there, with some of the project's technical...

Read more at: Remembering Dr Mike Turner

Remembering Dr Mike Turner

12 January 2017

The Sports Service was sad to learn of the death last week of Dr Mike Turner, distinguished cross country runner and former President of the Cambridge University Hare and Hounds . Born in Liverpool in 1939, Mike had a successful early career as both a student and as a runner – always proud of his Merseyside roots, he...

Read more at: 2017 Preview – we look ahead to a packed Varsity schedule

2017 Preview – we look ahead to a packed Varsity schedule

9 January 2017

While the rest of the world are still eating their cold cuts of turkey, Cambridge’s sportsmen and women are gearing up for their most intensive term of sporting competition. That is because Lent Term is Varsity term – over half of the traditional fixtures against Oxford will take place in a few short weeks between February...