Several Edge Hill University teams have signed off their BUCS campaigns in style this week.
Despite a reduced fixture list, there were plenty of talking points for Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS campaign neared its conclusion.
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.
A first victory of the season for Edge Hill University’s rugby league side was one of the highlights of the latest round of BUCS league fixtures.
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.
Week two of the 2019/20 BUCS campaign produced some stand-out performances from Edge Hill University sides.
Women’s Rugby World Cup winner and trailblazer for the sport, Gill Burns MBE, has received the title Honorary Doctor of Science today (Tues) from Edge Hill University.
Silverware remains in sight for some of Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS season speeds towards its conclusion.
Seven days after the women’s firsts’ hockey side secured the Northern 3A title, Edge Hill University’s males repeated the feat. Man of the Match Ross Gordon, Jac Horwood and Nick Fletcher were the goalscorers as a 3-0 victory at Lancaster seconds clinched a first promotion since 2011, an achievement made all the more impressive […]