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02 Mar 2017

Double Header set as U20’s, CURUFC Tigers & OURFC Panthers teams are announced

Saturday 4th March will see an exciting double header in the Varsity series, as the Cambridge and Oxford Men’s U20’s sides face off, followed by the CURUFC Tigers taking on the...

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02 Mar 2017

Gibson named as Cambridge Women’s Captain for 2017

Lara Gibson has been elected Captain of the CURUFC Women’s squad as the team continues their preparations for the clash with Oxford at the end of the year. Currently studying...

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24 Jan 2017

Conor Kearns named Oxford captain for 2017

Conor Kearns has been named Oxford University Men’s Captain for the 2017 Varsity Match campaign. The 23-year-old full back takes over from Fergus Taylor and becomes the first Iri...

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23 Jan 2017

Charlie Amesbury named Cambridge captain for 2017

Charlie Amesbury has been named Cambridge University Men’s Captain for the 2017 Varsity Match campaign. The newly-crowned Men’s Varsity Match champions elected Amesbury to take...

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17 Jan 2017

Men’s Varsity Champions return for Army test

Cambridge return to Grange Road for the first time following their thrilling 2016 Varsity Match triumph to face the Army tomorrow night (Wednesday 18th January). The majority of t...

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03 Jan 2017

Watch The Varsity Match 2016 Official Video

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20 Dec 2016

School pupils learn about Oxbridge life at The Varsity Match

The Varsity rugby matches between Oxford and Cambridge – one of the oldest rivalries in sport – were the venue for an outreach event targeting local school students. Five-hundr...

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14 Dec 2016

CAMBRIDGE MEN RECOUNT MOMENTOUS WIN

There was a sense of relief amongst the Cambridge camp after they ended a long, six-year wait to win their first Varsity Match against Oxford since 2009. Former Australian internat...

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13 Dec 2016

EMOTIONAL STREET REFLECTS ON DARK BLUE VICTORY

Gary Street admitted to being as emotional as when he steered England to the Women’s World Cup title as he was watching Oxford University hang onto a 3-0 lead for 65 minutes to w...

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