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Displaying: News from BUCS, 2009

  • Brunel jump start fundraising plans for 2012 17/12/09

    Academics from Brunel University joined forces with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to jump start fundraising plans for the next International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport, in 2012.

  • Bramall Lane to host BUCS football finals 16/12/09

    Championship club Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane stadium – the world’s oldest professional football ground – is set to feature some of the latest stars of the game as it hosts the women's British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) football final at Bramall Lane on 10 March 2010.

  • Exeter University looks to earn its stripes 16/12/09

    The University of Exeter has recently teamed up with National League Basketball outfit Taunton Tigers in a partnership that could yield huge benefits for both sides.

  • BUCS Football League Review 15/12/09

    The BUCS football leagues go into the Christmas holidays with lots still to play for before the Championship and Trophy knockouts start in February. With teams vying for titles, promotions, and battling to stay up it looks like there will be some further dramatic twists in an already exciting season.
     

  • Young Exeter rider jumping for Joy 14/12/09

    University of Exeter student Victoria Adderley has been selected for the Great Britain Young Rider Training Programme which starts this winter.

  • Guildford Heat moves to Surrey Sports Park 14/12/09

    The Guildford Heat, the only premier division professional sports team in Surrey, will move its home to Surrey Sports Park when the state of the art sports facility opens in April next year.The new facility will enable the Heat’s three national league teams and men’s senior team to train and play matches in a single venue.

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