Blues take down gobby rivals

Today, 07:44 by Caroline Ward

After a couple of too eager and too early arrivals, the Blues made it to the correct venue. Having steamed up A46 thanks to Becca May (Hey hey Becca May Hey hey Becca May), without a break - well done May Martin. Bemused by the community pitch, beside the crown bowling green and tired by the schlep of the journey, the Blues needed to focus. Incensed by the injustice of the result at home, last ter

The Perfect Comeback

Tuesday January 17, 19:36 by Sam Broadey

By James Brown With less than a twelve hour turn around from their 6-1 victory on Monday, the Centaurs arrived at Tor Vergata tired, but keen to carry on right where they had left off the night before. Following a warm-up that showed worrying signs of both physical and mental fatigue in the team, the Centaurs, perhaps surprisingly, dominated the first fifteen minutes of the match. Passing the b

Centaurs hit 6 with a malfunctioning midfield

Tuesday January 17, 19:30 by Sam Broadey

By James Worthington It was a bitterly cold night (again) on the outskirts of Rome. A train journey needed to reach the grounds of Universita Cattolica Roma allowed the team to reflect upon the LUISS game and reanalyse the player pack forced upon us by coach, Julian Pohl, in preparation for this game. Upon first glance whilst waiting for the opposition to arrive, this 3G seemed to be substan