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  • BUCS Anti-social Behaviour Policy 04/10/11

     BUCS has introduced an Anti-social Behaviour Policy which will come into effect for the start of the new season. All members must sign and return a copy of the policy to the BUCS offfice by Wednesday 12 October.

  • BUCS Coaching Development Day - Save the date 21/12/10

    The BUCS Sport Development team is hosting it's first Coaching Development Day on Tuesday 1st March at the University of Birmingham.

  • Oxford and Durham retain Fives titles at 50th event 24/11/09

    Last weekend Sherborne School in Dorset saw the 50th British Universities Fives event take place. Competition was strong, particularly from the Oxford team who contested three out of four Semi Final singles places. With Oxford’s Jez Fabes beating Inigo Ackland of Durham it ensured an all...

  • Could you be the CCPR's University Sports Club of the Year? 16/11/09

    BUCS is delighted to announce the launch of the CCPR University Sports Club of the Year Award 2010. Are your clubs the focal point of the local community: Providing opportunities for everyone to experience high quality activities at all levels of your sport or recreation? Demonstrating a...

  • Chris Potter sports bursary applications open for 2009/10 12/10/09

    The Chris Potter Bursary is annual award offered to an undergraduate or postgraduate who has played an active role in student sport as a competitor, official or administrator with particular reference to the BUCS programme. Chris Potter was a student at Bristol University, where he played hockey...

  • UK Coaching Awards nominations close this week 07/10/09

    Each year the annual UK Coaching Awards, hosted by sports coach UK, honours coaches who have achieved outstanding success over the past 12 months. The event, which will take place on Tuesday 8 December at Old Billingsgate in London is seen as one of the most prestigious within the...

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