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The 2014/2015 #BUCSwednesday season has come to an epic conclusion in Loughborough today, with some stellar performances from the UK's top sporting universities.
Following a season which saw some 100,000 students from 3,500 teams take part in BUCS leagues, #BIGwednesday saw the best of the best teams take part in 43 finals across 12 sports.
BUCS Big Wednesday is the culmination of the BUCS team sport programme and will visit Loughborough University in 2015 with over 40 fixtures taking place on Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 March.
The Stirling Clansmen clinched back-to-back BUCS National Championships after dismantling the Hertfordshire Hurricanes 46-6 in the Premier Division final at Allianz Park on Saturday 21st March 2015.
BUCS are recruiting a number of positions for the newly created American Football Sports Advisory Group (SAG).
THEY may have gone the whole league season unbeaten but head coach Richard Warburton insists Durham University Women’s first XI will be taking nothing for granted when they line up for their football final tomorrow at BUCS Big Wednesday.
[Pictured; 2013's Football Finalists]
By Jack Miller, Sportsbeat
CAPTAIN Georgie Thompson insists consistency is key as she aims to help lead her Leeds Beckett University side to the netball title at next week’s BUCS Big Wednesday finals day.