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College Sport

Durham is extremely proud of its Collegiate (intra-mural) Sport structure and a participation rate of 75% is proof that Durham’s intra mural programme is one of the best in the world. College Sport plays a huge part in College life, and it is certainly worth being part of.

Please direct any college sport queries to the College Sport Managers, Jack Coates and Josh Males:

Latest News

GCHC win the double in undefeated season

Having only just been promoted back into the Premiership after topping Division 1 last season, Grey women's hockey defied all odds to win both the league and trophy in emphatic fashion this year.

(28 Apr 2017) » More about Grey's undefeated campaign

JBWFC defend futsal crown

It has been a very successful season so far for JBWFC. Alongside finishing top of the futsal premiership with 6 wins from 6 games, the team also finished 3rd in the college football premiership. One game remains for JBWFC to see if they can take home a further piece of silverware - the trophy final against Collingwood.

(20 Apr 2017) » More about JBWFC's undefeated futsal season

CCAFC join CCRFC in Floodlit Cup glory

On a night that also saw CCRFC crowned floodlit champions, CCAFC's A team took home the men's football Floodlit Cup after a string of hard-fought matches. It has been yet another successful season for Durham's largest football club, with the knockout trophy still within sight for Collingwood D's.

(19 Apr 2017) » More about Collingwood A's floodlit cup run

Underdogs Chads win mixed lacrosse trophy

St Chad's Mixed Lacrosse A team have completed an astonishing unbeaten season, during which they won both Division 1 and the college mixed lacrosse trophy.

(18 Apr 2017) » More about Chad's knockout competition success

Milbut win Women's Rugby Cup

Milbut took home the College Women's Rugby Cup following an almost undefeated season, in which they also finished 2nd in the Premiership.

(13 Apr 2017) » More about Milbut's successful season