It was a testing day for many of Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS season nears its conclusion – but the men’s firsts badminton squad continued their march for double glory unabated.
Another week, another glut of goals involving Edge Hill University women’s firsts football team who are closing in on the Northern Tier 2 title.
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.
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.
Edge Hill University and the University of Central Lancashire could not be separated in the seventh edition of Varsity, which took place in Preston.
Silverware remains in sight for some of Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS season speeds towards its conclusion.
Edge Hill’s men’s hockey team strengthened their silverware aspirations on a day of contrasting fortunes in BUCS league and cup action.
With the festive break approaching there were only two official BUCS fixtures for Edge Hill University sides – and there were positive results for both teams in competitive action.