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Brunel's #BUCSWednesday Key Fixtures 17/11/2015

Brunel return to league fixtures this week following a very successful round of cup matches. With 41 matches in total, and 25 home games this week, it is an action packed #BUCSWednesday and we look forward to sharing our successes and near misses with you all throughout the day.

Big matches to watch out for include:

Women’s Football I vs Chichester II & Men’s Football I vs Chichester II:
 
Unbeaten this season, the Women’s football team have quickly put the unfortunate relegation suffered last season to the back of their minds and have bounced back with aplomb. Currently unbeaten and having not even conceded a goal this season, the women are right on track for a return to the 1st division. 
The men’s equivalent will also be looking to complete a double over Chichester, and will be in good spirits after a comprehensive victory over Hertfordshire in the cup last week.
 
Site 5, Sports Park, 14:00
 
Netball II v Sussex I:
 
Last year’s South Eastern Conference Cup runners up made swift work of their opponents last week in the cup and look forward to carrying on their fine run in the league. Having finished 5th last year, the 2nd team have already won all 3 of their fixtures this season and go into this week top of the table and looking to make it 4 wins out of 4 in their quest for the title.
 
Netball Hall, Sports Centre, 15:00
 
Netball I vs Hertfordshire I:
 
Finishing last season with 12 points in 4th place, the Netball 1sts have already secured 4 wins and go into this week second in the table. Within their sights are this week’s opponents, and a big win on Wednesday would send Brunel to the top of the Premier South table at the expense of the visitors. 
 
Netball Hall, Sports Centre, 17:00
 
Rugby League 1 vs Reading 1:
 
Last year’s South Eastern 1A winners have had an indifferent start to the season but with a 6pm kick off under the lights, this is the perfect chance to move to the top of the table. The carpet like playing surface provided on the cemetery pitch (an official RWC Training Base, and used by France in preparation for the games) will ensure a free flowing, fast game, and will be the perfect chance for both teams to showcase their skills in front of a big crowd. 
 
Cemetery Pitch, Sports Park, 18:00
 
These are a selection of the wide variety of sport fixtures on offer this Wednesday at Brunel, ranging from Badminton to Volleyball, and Basketball to Ultimate Frisbee, all which are within 10 minutes walking distance from the campus. All scores and updates can be followed via twitter (@brunelstudents, @UBSVPSA and @BUCSsport)
 

 

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