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History’s being made today: The Tab is in the Cambridge stand to bring you all the action from on and off the pitch
Both the Falcons and Kestrals take Varisty wins for CUAFC in advance of the upcoming First Team Varsity match at Craven Cottage.
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.
Will Briggs has named the team he hopes will bring to an end Cambridge’s Twickenham losing streak.
FOOTBALL: The Blues finally seal BUCS promotion after two second place finishes. RUPERT MERCER reports.
Blues Football Captain Paul Hartley would rather win the league than Varsity. TOM TRYON went to find out why.
RUGBY: RUPERT MERCER meets the new Blues captain, Rob Malaney. And develops a bit of a crush.
Fresh from a defeat to Durham, CURUFC have announced a new captain for the year ahead.
MICHAEL ALHADEFF previews the glut of Varsity Matches to come this term.
RUGBY: RUPERT MERCER reports from the 130th Varsity Match, which ends in disappointment for outclassed Light Blues.
The U21s get the day off to a bad start with a toothless 19-11 loss to Oxford.
A last-minute change in the front row has shaken the Blues before their Varsity showdown.
Oxford select an imposing pack, while Cambridge find room for their crocked captain.
Blues warm up for Varsity with a hard-fought victory at Grange Road
NETBALL: The girls will be hoping to continue last year’s successful run with a result at this year’s netball championships, despite a lack of returning blues, says MICHAEL ALHADEFF.
Jack Wills have sealed a deal to sponsor Varsity rugby this year, and have taken stash to new levels by chucking in some complimentary cars.