UEA Judo success in Littleport

UEA Judo attended their second competition of the year last Sunday, and their achievements did not disappoint. With a total of five competitors, supported by the Head Coach and committee members, the club travelled up to Littleport to represent the university at a regional level competition. For three of the fighters, it was their first…


Mixed fortunes for UEA sides in BUCS cup action

No sooner had the last issue of Concrete hit the press than many of UEA’s sides turned their attention to BUCS cup action. There were mixed fortunes for our sides, several of whom have now reached the quarter-finals. In Men’s football, goals from Luke Young and Mohammed Hassan, returning to the team, saw the firsts…


Positive start for UEA Cricket’s Indoor Season

UEA Men’s first and second teams opened their indoor campaigns in the BUCS Midlands C Division with positive starts for what promises to be a thrilling season. Both teams travelled to Leicester to open their account, which saw our first team comfortably top the table unbeaten in three games with nine points. Meanwhile, the second…


Birmingham beat UEA despite positive performance

UEA men’s Lacrosse team lost 10-2 to undefeated league-leaders Birmingham at Colney Lane, but gave a good account of themselves as they continued their positive early-season form. The Birmingham keeper was first required to save a Sean Cullum shot before his side turned on the pressure, however UEA’s defence were solid and organised throughout. Petros…


UEA Pirates plunder win from first match

UEA Pirates American Football team got off to the best possible start in BUCS South East 1A as they beat Queen Mary Vipers 39-15 in their first match of the season. Corneilius Walters was the star for the Pirates, crossing three times against the newly-promoted opposition. There was a healthy Sunday lunchtime crowd lining the…


Hockey remain unbeaten

Captain Dan Mcmahon’s hockey third team extended their 100 percent league run last Saturday, beating Norwich Exiles’ first XI 5-2 in front of a healthy crowd at the Sportspark. Exiles were UEA’s closest rivals at the top of the table, coming into the match also unbeaten, but a superb attacking performance from Mcmahon put them…


An introduction to UEA Rowing…

It’s common knowledge that Rowing is one of the most physically demanding sports. Whilst your mind might immediately be drawn to those notorious early morning starts (and the incredibly tall people you spot in the middle of the dancefloor at the LCR), I spoke to some of the members of this year’s women’s squad to…


Men’s Hockey off to winning start

UEA Hockey have enjoyed a strong start to the season. Their four men’s and four women’s teams have all been in action in recent weeks preparing for and beginning their local league campaigns. The men’s firsts prepared for the new season with two friendly wins under the Sportspark floodlights in two days. First, they beat…

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