Where to go, how to get there, when it is and what Cambridge’s chances of winning are (very good, obviously).
Undeterred by the wind and rain, this week we headed to Fenner’s to put the CUAFC men’s squad through their paces
Both the Falcons and Kestrals take Varisty wins for CUAFC in advance of the upcoming First Team Varsity match at Craven Cottage.
After a dynamic, goal-laden match at Grange Road, Jesus College Football Club ran out 4-3 winners of this year’s Cuppers competition.
Both the football and hockey blues have released videos. Vote for the best here!
After a weekend of football the line-up for the semi-finals of cuppers has now been decided.
SIMON COURT reports as the light blues shock the best team in University football.
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
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
College second team skipper, Danny Chips, gives us the pre-season installment of his take on life in football Div 5.
With the Hawks and Ospreys announcing their awards for the year, CHRIS McKEON looks at the winners and those who didn’t quite make it.
SAM HOBBS films CUAFC trying their hand at the Crossbar Challenge. If this doesn’t frighten Oxford, nothing will.
CUAFC leave their mark on Spanish territory ahead of a busy season. Report from RICK TOTTEN.
A late penalty earns Jesus a draw in a scrappy game away to King’s
HENRY YOUNG sees Homerton hold on to beat Christ’s.
After an unlucky break in the first half Downing struggled to maintain their recent form, which Fitz capitalised upon leaving the champions to play catch up.
FOOTBALL: The better side were thrashed in a thrilling quarter-final battle between Churchill and Homerton.