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Women’s Football 1st XI Make it Two from Two.

The women’s football 1st XI were back in action this week against Sheffield Hallam University 1st XI. They were hoping to build on their impressive 6-2 victory against Leeds Beckett last week. This was Durham's first home game of the season and they were looking to re-establish their unbeaten home form from the previous two seasons which has seen Durham rack up 12 wins and 2 draws in their last 14 home games.

(21 Oct 2016) » More about a second win for Women's Football

Crucial Win for DURFC 1st XV

On Wednesday night under the lights, the Rugby Union Men’s 1st XV took on Leeds Beckett 1st XV at Durham City Rugby Club as part of the inaugural BUCS Super 8’s Rugby competition. This was a must-win game for the Palatinates after two tough losses in their opening two games of the season. 

(20 Oct 2016) » More about DURFC's Victory

Men's Lacrosse Win With Ease Against Manchester

The Men’s Lacrosse team has taught another opponent a lesson when daring to compete against Team Durham. Dominating the field with a 23-0 lead against the University of Manchester, team Durham yet again proved what team work, determination, and a love for the sport can do!

(20 Oct 2016) » More about Durham defeating University of Manchester

BUCS Wednesday Preview- October 19th

The excitement is rising as another magnificent Wednesday approaches us! Wednesday October 19th will feature several of our BUCS Teams as they go on to dominate the fields against a number of universities. Join us in a continuation of a wonderful season. Six level one BUCS teams will host home games which gives plenty of options for spectators to join!

(17 Oct 2016) » More about the BUCS Wednesday Fixtures

Women's Fencing take on a glorious win against Newcastle

Durham University Women’s 1st fencing team takes a well-deserved win over Newcastle yesterday. A great start to what is expected to be a promising season! Team Durham demonstrated their proficiency in the three weapons: the foil, épée, and sabre while successfully leading with 129-86.

(13 Oct 2016) » More about the Women's Fencing Match

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