Tag: Team


Smith scores four despite UEA defeat at Birmingham

UEA women’s Lacrosse team are still waiting for their first points of the season after their depleted squad were beaten 21-4 by a strong Birmingham thirds outfit, after a week’s break from league action. Captain Georgie Sutton’s side made the long journey to the West Midlands without a number of key players throughout the team…


UEA men’s Lacrosse keep up winning start

UEA men’s Lacrosse side have continued their incredible start to the season, surprising Midlands 1A with three wins from their last three games to leave them sitting comfortably in second spot. After the scintillating home win over Nottingham, UEA travelled to Cambridge to play their first team, winning a hard-fought match 9-5. Depleted by illness,…


What’s the Alcohol Impact crew?

You may have noticed on your usual night out at the LCR that there are now people standing around with bright orange tops on. So who are they? Well the student union have introduced new additions to our beloved Damn Good and A-list events, ‘Alcohol Impact crew members’, and I couldn’t be happier to welcome…


Tied up in Notts!

UEA men’s Lacrosse team are off the mark in Midlands 1A, but not how anyone imagined. Making the long journey to Warwick in the blazing heat, hopes were high. And after going 2-0 up, it looked like UEA were on track for a win in what was billed as a game that would make or…


Carrow Road: a new perspective

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, I went to Carrow Road to watch my first ever Norwich City match. It was my first time watching a Football game in a stadium outside Turkey and it was a different and amazing experience. If you are a Football fan and go to matches occasionally, you know that each…


Five-Star footballers back to winning ways in Senior Cup

UEA Football boss Paul Neary was full of praise as his team swept aside Reepham Town 5-0 in the first round of the Norfolk Senior Cup at Colney Lane. Neary, who reached the competition’s Carrow Road final last season as Downham Town manager, said that the first half was up there with the best performances…


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…


UEA Football Frustrated by Easton

UEA 0-1 Easton FC UEA’s footballers were frustrated by a strong Easton FC at Colney Lane in their fourth fixture of the season in the local Anglian Combination Division 1. The visitors, one of the league’s early pace-setters, were looking for a reaction after a 6-1 League Cup defeat the previous week while UEA, who…


Lacrosse hope to adapt to life in second tier

UEA Lacrosse Club has continued optional training sessions over summer, hoping they can keep players fresh and hit the ground running come October. The Men’s firsts will aim to consolidate their position in the Midlands 1A BUCS division, the second level of university Lacrosse, after promotion last term. The squad have recently arrived back from…

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