Players in pink perform perfectly for Premier Promotion Playoffs

NTU has achieved great successes this year with more determination than ever from all our teams to win those ever important BUCS points. To mark their place in NTU Sport history and to leave a legacy behind as they move on to pastures new.

The days are longer and the nights are lighter as NTU Sport reaches the final term of the 2014/15 academic year. For many of our final year students this sadly becomes the time to hang up their pink socks for the last time. However the end of the term should not bring sadness upon our athletes but should serve as a time to celebrate the season and look ahead to the final battles.

NTU has achieved great successes this year with more determination than ever from all our teams to win those ever important BUCS points. To mark their place in NTU Sport history and to leave a legacy behind as they move on to pastures new.

The University celebrated twelve league wins with many teams remaining undefeated until the final few weeks. Futsal, a relatively new sport on the block has stormed through the season with both its Women's and Men's first teams winning the league without conceding a single game. Their success confirms their presence in NTU Sport and they now prepare to face University of Nottingham in their first ever appearance in the Nottingham Varsity Series.

Men's Lacrosse looked to rewrite history as they battled their opponents in the Midlands 1A to bag the top spot with four points clear. They now look to overcome the disappointment of narrowly missing out on promotion last year, as they face Sheffield Hallam and Northumbria in the Premier North Playoffs.

Other teams that have made us #ProudtobeNTU by winning their leagues include:

  • Men's Football 1's
  • Men's Hockey 1's
  • Men's Rugby Union 3's, 4's and 5's
  • Women's Tennis
  • Men's Table Tennis 1's
  • Women's Table Tennis 1's
  • American Football 1's

Teams are now working harder than ever to be ready to gain promotion in the upcoming playoffs. For those that didn't quite make it into the playoff rounds the season is far from over. Athletes are now gearing up to battle for the city in the Annual Nottingham Varsity series where they face local rivals The University of Nottingham.

Players in pink perform perfectly for Premier Promotion Playoffs

Published on 17 April 2015
  • Category: Sport

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