Sport

Jose Mourinho has left Stamford Bridge. It sounds unbelievable, but it’s true. He is reported to have parted company with Chelsea by mutual consent.

The Nationwide energy company npower have recently announced plans to stage their company games at our university.

The ‘Football Marathon’, a unique endurance test, is fast becoming one of the worst kept secrets amongst the Nottingham University graduates in London.

If this year was anything like last year, then Nottingham is sure to expect some fantastic sporting achievements. One of the greatest successes last year was the men’s cricket team.

We at Impact like to get your sporting news straight out of the horses mouth. And they don’t come much more thoroughbred than the Notts Uni AU Officer, Phil Richards.

With over 150 Sports Clubs to choose from at Nottingham University, we at Impact provide a voice for some of those minority sports that you may not be so familiar with.

VARSITY SERIES MEN’S RUGBY – result
Nottingham University 29 Nottingham Trent 10
Monday April 30th 2007
Meadow Lane
Mike Leyland reporting for Impact

VARSITY SERIES MEN’S HOCKEY- result
Nottingham University 5 Nottingham Trent 2
Thursday April 26th 2007
Highfields Sports Centre

VARSITY SERIES MEN’s BASKETBALL
Uni 71 v Trent 59
Wednesday March 14th 2007
Nottingham University Sports Centre
Steve Dew-Jones reporting for Impact

VARSITY SERIES MEN’S FOOTBALL- result
Nottingham University 0 Nottingham Trent 3
Monday March 12th 2007
Notts County Football Club, Meadow Lane