IMS Round-Up: 9th-10th November

Devilishly attractive journalist-cum-defender shatters leg in brave battle against Grove Farm divot

Heroic English Soc captain, Tab journalist and all-round great guy Justin Guthrie (he’s single, ladies) faces a lengthy spell on the side-lines after breaking his leg during English’s match with French and German Society.

Guthrie’s injury was just the tibia the iceberg in a fractured and disjointed encounter between the two Sunday Division 1 sides. French and German’s aerial bombardment was too much for English’s poorly marshalled defence, yet the away side managed to salvage a 4-4 draw thanks to Somme great wing play down the Channels.

Former Medic Mark Jones’ last minute equalising goal rubbed salt into FAGS’ wounds.

Guthrie QMC

Told you I wasn’t telling fibias

The previous day saw even wilder score-lines, with PhysicsSoc in a particularly compromising position after losing 6-9 to a rampant PoliticsSoc in the Satuday Super League. Politics’ landslide victory leaves second-from-bottom Physics periodically looking over their shoulder.

Saturday Super League

Saturday Super League

Only a defenceless LawSoc outfit have fared worse than Physics this season and their poor form continued as a mature performance from opponents Post-Grads contributed to a 7-2 defeat.

Away from the glamour of the Super League, MBC & BBC certainly seemed to pick the Wrong Mans this weekend as their hopes for the Division 1 title were Eastended by an effervescent Chemical and Environmental Engineering team in a 7-0 defeat.

Elsewhere, Philosophy were in Aristotal control as they defeated a BizSoc team who are in recession following their victory last week. Business’ toothless attack was unable to profit on their decent midfield work, essentially handing the victory on a Plato to ruthless Philsoc.

Philosophy handed it on a Plato

Philosophy handed it on a Plato

Down in lowly Division 2, Architecture are building toward an assault on the title after defeating AmericanSoc 7-6. As for the Americans, they haven’t got an Idahope in hell of gaining promotion now, with this defeat leaving them seven points off the top. Some would say they Nevahada chance.

A list of all the weekend’s football results can be found below:

Saturday Super League

LawSoc 2-7 PGSA*

PhysicsSoc 6-9 PoliticsSoc

Saturday Division 1

Medics 9-1 PharmSoc

ChemEnv 7-0 MBC & BBC

PhilSoc 1-0 BizSoc

Saturday Division 2

BioSoc 3-2 Raleigh Park

Biochemistry 1-4 Cavendish Hall*

AmericanSoc 6-7 Architecture

Sunday Super League

LawSoc 3-0 St. Peter’s

Natural Sciences 1-1 CivSoc

MechSoc 3-0 African Caribbean*

Sunday Division 1

French and German Society 4-4 EnglishSoc

CompSoc 2-1 Hispanic Society

Sunday Division 2

GeogSoc 3-2 Florance Boots

Newark Hall 4-7 Ancaster Hall*

PKS Karpaty 0-0 Raleigh Park