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Warwick Sport Presents 2008-09

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There was a new sheriff in town as the Age of Marshall began…

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The Sports Clubs bared (nearly) all in the name of charity for the Warwick Sport Right to Play Calendar

It was festival time as Sports Fair moved to the sports centre & achieved a record : 

It was festival time as Sports Fair moved to the sports centre & achieved a record 10,833 memberships

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In Right to Play Week Warwick Sport Clubs raised a UK Uni record £7,000 including… Skydive (The Great Warwick Jump) - £4,189.99    Rowing (Rowing a million meters) - £1,000 Netball (Quiz and Auction) – £270

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In VARSITY COVENTRY Apparently had “UNFINISHED BUSINESS” BUT……..................

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It was all smiles for Warwick as they smashed Coventry 41-27 to keep the shield where it belongs

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Warwick enjoyed a memorable BUCS SEASON 08-09

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LEAGUE WINNERS Mens Fencing - Conference 1A Womens Lacrosse - Conference 1A Netball - Conference 2A Mens Tennis Conference 2A Womens Volleyball - Conference 2A Mens Hockey - Conference 2B Womens Hockey - Conference 3A Netball - Conference 3B Womens Waterpolo - Conference 2D Mens Cricket - Conference 4A Mens Hockey - Conference 4C

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CONFERENCE CUP WINNERS Netball 1sts Golf 2nds Womens Volleyball 1sts Mens Tennis 2nds

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A Number of Warwick Sport Clubs enjoyed great success over the year

Skydive raised a phenomenal £57,000 for Charity with the Great Warwick Jump : 

Skydive raised a phenomenal £57,000 for Charity with the Great Warwick Jump

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ARCHERY had a phenomenal year: Butts Indoor&Outdoor Winners BUCS Outdoors National Runners Up BUCS Indoors National Runners Up BUTC Runners Up National Indoors 3rd Place

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CHEERLEADERS were sensational UKCA National Champions ICC Runners Up (Pom Dance) BCA Runners Up (Co-ed small stunt) Cheered at the Coventry Half Marathon Workshops at Charter Primary School

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NETBALL were inspirational Dominating in BUCS Volunteering Projects in Schools Hosting Numerous University Tournaments

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Aikido excelled Hosting the International acclaimed British Birankai Special Weapons Course

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Warwick Sport would like to thank all the sports clubs and more importantly the Sports Club Executive Members for their extraordinary accomplishments this year Your hard work and devotion to your sport make Warwick Sport the massive success it is

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Warwick Sport enjoyed huge individual success over the year Sarah Jane Perry (Squash) – current European U19 Champion Iain Embrey (Orienteering) – represented Great Britain at the Junior World Championships. Sarah Reid (Equestrian Vaulting) – selected for the Senior Great Britain team for the European Championships Jessica Luke (Goalball) – part of the Great Britain squad working towards the European Championships in August 09.

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Danielle Stewart (Staff – Triathlon/Duathlon) – Silver medallist at the age group Duathlon European Championships. Cian O Morain (Ultimate Frisbee) – Won the BUCS Indoor & Outdoor Nationals with Warwick Uni & now plays for Clapham, the National Champions.

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Robyn Le Friel (Swimming) – Hampshire County Champion & 5th in the BUCS 100m butterfly long course. Thomas Riding (Lacrosse) – member of senior Welsh National Squad & played in the British National Lacrosse Championships. Louise Bradley (Equestrian) - competed for the student international team coming 1st and 7th and winning the team event. Joanna Honey (Equestrian) – competed for the student international team coming a 8th and 5th and winning the team event. Jack Donelan (Waterpolo) – invited to attend Senior England Squad training sessions. Chris Wells (Archery) – bronze medallist at the World Field Championships, represented England in the national indoor championships.

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Rachel Wood (Athletics) - 4th at the Lancashire Cross Country Championships, and 3rd in the county and top 60 overall in the inter counties/world trials. John McNally (Golf) – finished 7th in the BUCS order of merit & came 3rd in the South West BUCS qualifiers.

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Alex Twiss fought off the competition to become the new Sports Officer for 09-10

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And so onto the biggest night of the year THE SPORTS BALL But who achieved what and who are the contenders?

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Most Improved Male Peter Rawson (Rugby League) Adam Jones ( Judo) INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS Most Improved Female Deirdre Lynch (Trampolining) Eleanor Kitchen ( Athletic & CC)

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Colin Brummitt Male James Goss (Sailing) Richard Belfitt ( Ice Hockey ) Rob Smith /Nick Ellison ( Skydive ) Thomas Grandjean ( Judo ) Stephen Lambert ( Rugby League ) INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS Colin Brummitt Female Lauren Newton ( Classical&Modern ) Nicola Mulvoy ( Ladies Hockey ) Hannah Searle ( Netball ) Jo Whalley ( Netball ) Collette Monahan ( Athletics &CC )

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Sportsman of the Year Cian O’Morain (Ultimate Frisbee) Iain Embrey ( Orienteering ) Tom Ridings ( Lacrosse ) John McNally ( Golf) INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS Sportswoman of the Year Annabelle Swan ( Lacrosse) Joanna Honey ( Riding ) Louise Bradley ( Riding) Robyn Le Freic ( Swimming ) Sarah Jayne Perry ( Squash) Sarah Reid ( Equestrian Vaulting) Jenniffer Matthews ( Lifesaving)

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Cecil Angel Archery Fencing Netball Riding Tennis Most Improved Club Aikido Cheerleading Classical &Modern Five-a-side Ice Hockey Latin&Ballroom Mixed Hockey Riding Ultimate Frisbee Club of the Year Mens Hockey Netball Skydiving Polo Snowsports CLUB NOMINATIONS

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Warwick Sport would like to say a huge Thank You to all the Students & Staff who have made 2008-09 such a fantastic year

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