Blue balls out for charity
Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news.
How is Cambridge doing in the struggle against the dark side?
The 2012-13 season saw some of the sports teams in Cambridge enjoy success on a unparalleled level while others came unstuck in the heat of competition. TOM BENNETT has a look at some of the best and worst performances of the past year.
And now JACK EMMINS just wants to go home.
We’ve got a sticky encounter on our hands…but who will come out on top? You decide.
LACROSSE: Ahead of their Varsity match on Saturday, the Cambridge ladies build up momentum with a roaring semi-final victory against Bristol.
LACROSSE: The Blues come back from a four goal deficit to send a message to the Other Place.
ROSIE ROBSON and RUPERT MERCER leave the Hawks’ and Ospreys’ Charity Ball unimpressed.
Two fearless Tab reporters have taken it upon themselves to experience the challenge that is Doxbridge. Sport, Lash and Craic. YOU tell them what to do to next.
It was an impressive double win for the Blues and Kingfishers in an exhaustingly dramatic encounter with the Other place in the bog of Parker’s Piece on Saturday.
Lacrosse Blues feel the pressure ahead of Saturday’s very big game. After rain today both Varsity and their place in the BUCS league is at stake. Photos included.
Blues Lacrosse girls put down a marker for the Varsity match, beating Oxford 15-9 at home.
The lax Girls continue their winning ways, comfortably defeating Bath in the BUCS championship.
Lax initiations hit the headlines as Cambridge’s co-captain brands the ‘teenage moms’ theme “as dirty as their play”.
A mock “sex thesis” by an ex-student from one of America’s top Universities has been accidentally leaked online.
Women’s Blues bosh the scum. Read more here.