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On Saturday 2nd November South Africa became third-time champions of the Rugby World Cup.
The game started rockily for England – a sub was called on to the pitch at not even 3 minutes in to the match. And then South Africa got their first penalty: Willie le Roux scored the first 3 points for the Sprinkbok team. England went on to get a penalty in the minutes following and even the scores; this was the tale of the first half of the match.» >Read More »
I have played Futsal on Tuesday nights for six months now and, whilst I am no more skilled and wield no better foot-eye co-ordination than when I started, I have at last found a sport I enjoy and a team I feel a part of. Alas, dear reader I am neither a sportsman or a football fan, but I did need to find something more constructive to do with my free time that wasn’t Wednesday Union, VKs or Netflix. » >Read More »
Friendly, welcoming and inclusive are just a few words I would use to describe Reading University Swimming Club. The club is an amazing way to meet new people who share an interest in swimming, to compete across the county against different universities and also to be a part of a sociable and fun group.
As a club we split in two; the competitive swimmers, for those who want to compete in competitions all year round; and the social swimmers, for those who want to build fitness, and do something they enjoy!» >Read More »
The first game was between England and New Zealand on Saturday 26th October. England defeated the defending champions 19-7 and are now at the top of the league tables.
England scored from 90 seconds in, and continued adding to their score throughout while the All Blacks failed to score until the second half.
The second game was South Africa against Wales and was played on Sunday 26th October. Wales lost in the semi-finals yet again this year.» >Read More »
The summer of 2019 saw the most thrilling Cricket World Cup final and a nail-biting Ashes series. Over the past year Reading University Cricket Club (RUCC) has produced a multitude of successes on and off the pitch, from winning RUSU’s silver Accreditation award, the 1st XI men’s team winning promotion to South East Division 1B1XL and the achievement of increasing female participation. With a successful summer of Cricket having occurred RUCC could be set to see more people interested in trying out the sport.» >Read More »