Both the Falcons and Kestrals take Varisty wins for CUAFC in advance of the upcoming First Team Varsity match at Craven Cottage.
Former Tab Sport editor CHRIS MCKEON gives an outsiders view the Cambridge Cougar’s victory in the 2014 Varsity Cheerleading competition
After a dynamic, goal-laden match at Grange Road, Jesus College Football Club ran out 4-3 winners of this year’s Cuppers competition.
For the first time ever the Fencing Varsity is being streamed from Oxford live on YouTube, you can watch it here.
Last weekend both Men’s and Women’s Water Polo Varsity matches took place in Oxford and both Cambridge teams came away with good victories, the Men winning 10-8 and the women 11-6. The club had some photographers at the pool and here are the results. Photos courtesy of Steve Smith and Patrick Bennett.
Now we look at the Pembroke squad that will take to Grange Road tonight to battle it out for the biggest prize in college football.
We run through the Jesus team that will take to the Grange Road turf on Friday evening to battle it out for the biggest prize in college football.
Both the football and hockey blues have released videos. Vote for the best here!
Pembroke and Jesus make it into the cuppers final. Match reports here:
Lent bumps is fast approaching and JOE WALLACE is on hand to explain its complexities.
We look at which teams may be bringing silverware back to Cambridge this year.
The Week Five Blues are here, and some of us are suffering more than others.
After a weekend of football the line-up for the semi-finals of cuppers has now been decided.
Read all about the mixed night for our University Boxers in the annual Town vs Gown encounter
This term, the majority of Cambridge’s sports clubs will attempt to conquer their Oxford counterparts. TOM BENNETT tells you why you should go see as many Varsity matches as possible.
After Christmas the men’s football team pitched up in La Manga for some training. ZAC BAYNHAM-HERD tells us all about it.
One man up, Will Brigg’s boys go down 33-15
Will Briggs has named the team he hopes will bring to an end Cambridge’s Twickenham losing streak.
Joe Wallace reports on the highlight of the Michaelmas rowing programme
TOM BENNETT calls for changes to the way blues committees are run.
Cambridge 4 – Nottingham Trent 0
Jesus edge Selwyn, Downing dispatch Fitz while Tit hall and Caius also come away with wins.
Plucky Cambridge hold USW to a Draw To Take First Points of the Season
Cheerleading is next under the microscope in this series…but is it in fact a sport?
Two convincing wins for the Cambridge water polo team are marred by thuggery from King’s late on.
Expect a lot more jumping of red lights and veering out of cycle lanes than usual – the Tour de France is coming to Cambridge.
Fresh from guiding the Robinson First Team through a successful Division 3 Campaign, MACKS BOUGEARD (deputy-vice captain in charge of free-kicks and penalties) reveals the 6 point plan which brought him all of his glory
After a number of years without a permanent home it appears the Varsity football match will be returning to Craven Cottage
Not sure which sport’s team to play for this term? The Tab is at hand with a quick quiz to help you decide.