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Reading’s Rugby Union 1st team won a hugely important clash with Exeter University 2nds on Wednesday 5th March in their bid to stay in the Premier South B division.
The fixture was the first ‘Big One’ of 2014 for the Rugby team, and therefore Reading Knights Cheerleaders and representatives from London Irish RFC were there to support the team.
With Exeter sitting several places above Reading, a win would go a long way in helping to achieve safety for the Knights.» >Read More »
Reading Knights could not reverse last year’s result as they lost Varsity 2014 to Oxford Brookes.
The final score of 15-13 was however an improvement on last year’s 16-9 beating, and was settled in the most dramatic of fashions with a penalty shoot-out in the final match of the day.
With Brookes leading 14-13, a win for Reading’s Hockey 1s would’ve ensured a tie, but in a sudden death penalty shoot-out Brookes managed to secure their victory.» >Read More »
With major fixture disruption this term due to the adverse weather conditions, several surprising results have been witnessed in the Campus Sport 11-a-side competition. The eight quarter-finalists have now been decided however, based on their positions in the tables after all fixtures played up until 5th March.
Wessex Freshers have claimed top spot in Group A, after an inconsistent second half of the season which has seen them lose to both Mackinder and Benyon.» >Read More »