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UAL 39points, City University 15 points as UAL progress to quarter finals of BUCS South East Conference Plate Cup

Arts rugby power through to cup quarter finals

Published on February 26th, 2014 | by Keelash Bokhoory

UAL XV 39 – 15 City University 1st XV UAL men’s rugby kept their impressive season going by progressing to the quarter-finals of the BUCS South East Conference Plate Cup with a victory over City University... Read More


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Preview: Six Nations championship

Published on January 28th, 2014 | by Sean Coppack

This season’s Six Nations championship, starting February 1, will be seen as an important measuring stick to see how the northern hemisphere nations are shaping up 18 months out from the biggest stage in rugby –... Read More


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UAL men’s rugby start 2014 with a win

Published on January 21st, 2014 | by David Drake

The University of Arts men’s rugby first team annihilated bottom of the league London School of Economics 54-3 at Burgess Park. UAL got off to a good start looking organised and retaining much of the possession,... Read More


Dominant Arts end Bucks unbeaten run

Published on October 28th, 2013 | by Sean Coppack

UAL 1st XV 43 – 0 Buckinghamshire New University UAL rugby’s unbeaten start to the season continued with a powerful, efficient display at Burgess Park where they ended Buckinghamshire New University’s 100 per cent record. Bucks... Read More


Photographer: Joshua Hayes

UAL rugby start season with commanding win

Published on October 15th, 2013 | by Max Petch

UAL 1st XV 68 – 5 Reading 4th XV Arts Rugby Men’s 1st XV started the season in the best possible fashion with a crushing victory over Reading 4th XV at Burgess Park. After a brilliant... Read More


Six Nations Preview

Published on January 31st, 2013 | by Lloyd Adams

Arts London News looks ahead to the Six Nations championships, with a rundown on each of the competing countries.  ... Read More


Rugby takes a risk with BT

Published on November 20th, 2012 | by Rob Britton

An audacious bid by telecommunications company BT to provide coverage of rugby union in the UK was accepted in early September. The deal includes exclusive rights to the Aviva Premiership, Heineken Cup, and other domestic fixtures... Read More

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