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Displaying: BUCS News, July 2009

  • Conference Cup 2009/10 Draws Live on BUCS Website 31/07/09

    The Conference Cup draws for the upcoming 2009/10 BUCS season are now live on the website for all the team sports. This includes Badminton, Basketball, Fencing, Football, Golf, Hockey, Lacrosse, Netball, Rugby Union, Squash, Table Tennis, Tennis and Volleyball. For more infomation about the...

  • Sport England and BUCS launch partnership plan 30/07/09

    Following consultation with BUCS members, Sport England and BUCS launched its new higher education partnership plan last night. Hosted by Jennie Price, CEO of Sport England, the launch heard from Ed Smith, BUCS Chair and Phil Simmons, a former GB rower about the importance of the sector working...

  • BUCS football development focus universities update 27/07/09

    BUCS Football Development has now successfully met with all 10 of their new Focus Universities for the 2009-10 academic year. The initial meetings saw BUCS Football Development staff get to meet university Directors of Sport, sport officers and students that will be instrumental in developing football and Futsal over the next year.

  • KUSU to host opening party at BUCS Conference 24/07/09

    With over 300 delegates now booked on to the BUCS Conference at Keele University. BUCS is delighted to announce that the opening party will be held at KUSU on Tuesday 1 September. Starting at 8.00pm in the Lounge Bar, delegates can make the most of the five pool tables and Sky Sports on...

  • World University Games: The road to 2012 22/07/09

    With the Universiade flame extinguished and the competing countries’ flags lowered, Great Britain returned home from the World University Games with a collection of seven medals and invaluable experience for the young athletes of the future. 

  • Reading student selected for GB team for FSB Women’s European Wheelchair Basketball Championships 22/07/09

    GB Women have named a squad consisting of a mixture of youth and experience, to compete in the FSB Women’s European Wheelchair Basketball Championships held at Stoke Mandeville this August.

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