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.
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 […]
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 […]
BUCS Cup action took centre stage in the university sports calendar last week, with Edge Hill sides experiencing mixed fortunes.
Sports student Lewis Fairhurst is a step closer to achieving his sporting dreams after being selected for the England Universities rugby team – the only Edge Hill student chosen to play at this level.
A group of former Edge Hill students organised a charity rugby match at Hawcoat Park in memory of their peer, Dan Logan. Dan passed away 15 years ago, aged 22, after a very short but brave battle with a rare form of testicular cancer, while he was studying at Edge Hill. It was Anne Logan […]
Rugby league professional Declan Sephton-Hulme, whose Widnes Vikings contract was recently extended by 12 months, has graduated with an upper second class BSc (Hons) in Sports & Exercise Science from Edge Hill.