Despite a reduced fixture schedule, the final week of BUCS action in 2019 provided some headline performances, and reason to suggest silverware will be winging its way to Ormskirk in the new decade.
Ben Legge’s four-try haul for the rugby league first team was the pick of the individual performances for Edge Hill University sports teams as the BUCS season closes in on the Christmas break.
It was a positive week for the majority of Edge Hill University’s sports teams in a busy day of BUCS action.
Big wins were enjoyed for Edge Hill University in football, hockey, badminton, tennis and volleyball as Northern Conference Cup fixtures again took centre stage.
Northern Conference Cup action dominated the fixture list for Edge Hill University teams – and there were a plethora of goals to enjoy for many of the winning sides.
Beginning as a referee in 2014 to get a bit of pocket money, 19-year-old BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy student Joe Cunningham is now one of the leading youth referees in Manchester
Cup action for many of Edge Hill University’s sports teams meant a reduced BUCS fixture programme – but many of those sides who did participate enjoyed safe passage in pursuit of silverware in 2019/20.
In a brutally honest and humbling hour-and-a-half, the former professional footballer and broadcaster, talked about his mental health journey, suicide attempts and road to recovery with his wife, Carrie, standing by his side.
In the first ever nationwide survey of its kind, academics at Edge Hill University, in partnership with DOCIAsport, have announced today (15 April) a mixed picture for mental illness and poor mental health experienced by people who play sport, exercise or who work in the UK sport and physical activity sector. Responses from over 1200 […]
There was much to be proud about as Edge Hill University students and coaches celebrated their achievements during the 2018/19 campaign at the annual Sports Awards evening in Southport.