BUCS Super Rugby News
Seven years since its inception, the league has now seen 101 athletes play in BUCS Super Rugby and either Premiership Rugby or the United Rugby Championship.
New season, new beginnings, same riveting rivalries sure to send your heart rate through the roof. This is the 2023-24 BUCS Super Rugby season.
From six to seven teams for 2023-24, as the Women’s National League welcomes a new member to the top division of university women’s rugby, in the form of Cardiff University. A new era beckons…
One of the most enthralling years of BUCS Super Rugby and Women’s National League is over, but let’s celebrate the stars of the 2022-23 season.
Hartpury and Exeter were crowned national champions at StoneX Stadium for the second year running, but all great victories have a great story.
The league seasons are over, the knockout rounds are complete. Just four teams remain. Who will end 2022-23 lifting silverware at StoneX?
The top university women’s rugby union division, the Women’s National League, is to expand from six to seven teams from the 2023-24 season.
34 players from teams who have competed in the Women’s National League have been selected to represent their country at the TikTok Women’s Six Nations 2023.
27 players past and present from nine of the ten teams are competing across this year's senior and U20 men’s Six Nations championships.
The 2022-23 BUCS Super Rugby and Women’s National League National Champions will be crowned at StoneX Stadium, the home of five-time Premiership Champions and three-time Premier 15s Champions Saracens.
BUCS Super Rugby is known for developing quality rugby players and this season is no different. Here’s a round-up of all the players heading to professional clubs for the 2022-23 season.
For the first time since 2019, the highest level of university rugby welcomes a new team in the form of the University of Nottingham.
The top six women’s university rugby teams in the country; Durham, Loughborough, Hartpury, Edinburgh, Cardiff Met and Exeter battle it out for the league and championship crowns.
After an incredible season of BUCS Super Rugby and the Women’s National League, the celebrations have continued flowing in the form of our end of season awards.
Exeter came from behind to take a nail-biting 14-13 victory over league champions Durham, while Hartpury powered to the title with a 36-22 win over Edinburgh at Sixways Stadium.
Next in our series of showcasing the talent that BUCS Super Rugby produces, we look at the stars who are in line to represent their respective countries in the U20 Six Nations Championship opening fixtures.
To showcase the BUCS Super Rugby players who have gone on to play professional rugby, we will be putting together a selection of the top performing players each month.