This week Loughbrough students travelled away to play Hull Ionians in an intense game. After a victory against Durham on Wednesday, the students were in high spirits to obtain another win. With Hull Ionians playing at home and with an ex Loughborough student Joe Allot playing there was elevated pressure on the students to deliver another win.
Round 16 of the BUCS Super Rugby saw a huge fixture between the notoriously elite sporting Universities of Loughborough and Durham. Whilst this provided 4th placed Loughborough with a chance to make ground on the top 4, Durham needed the win to provide them with a chance of escaping from the bottom two.
What makes the best the best is often the strive for perfection, and staying true to that mantra Loughborough Sport has been using industry leading software from PlayerTek to continue to stay ahead of the
Welcome Cov, our neighbours are dominating the league this year and it will take a top performance from us today to get a result. Congrats and all the best to Matt Price on his
After a disappointing end to what was a great performance in the BUCS Super Rugby earlier in the week, it was time for Loughborough Students to take on Nat 1 giants Coventry. This would very much be an uphill battle, and could be the toughest contest Loughborough have faced thus far this season.
George Eastwell recalls his time with Loughborough Students, with many treasured memories to think of. George’s proudest moment was beating Old Albanians in National League One, recovering from 30 points behind.
Game week 23 of the National League One saw Loughborough Students RFC travel to third placed Ampthill RFC. Whilst Ampthill were looking to apply pressure on the table toppers Coventry, Loughborough Students RFC were looking to build on a fantastic win against Rosslyn Park last time out.
Loughborough Students went into their end of the month match up against Rosslyn Park well rested courtesy of a waterlogged pitch and subsequent match postponement away to Plymouth. With that game out of sight and out of mind, it was time to focus on the task at hand.
Contact corner will take a whiz around the national leagues to catch up with some of the alumni still strapping up. However I have to start with the outgoing staff.
After last week’s upset away to Caldy, Loughborough Students would go on to begin their home campaign against Kent giants Old Elthamians. The weather on the day was mild and overcast, with no wind. Therefore, the first half began with the ball moving at a high velocity.