Author: Scott Willey

Sports Editor 2014/15

Police are currently searching for student Jason Tatlock, who has not been seen since last Monday, 22nd September. Jason recently used an ATM to withdraw cash in Bangor, which the police are investigating, in the hope to locate his whereabouts. Since leaving his home, near Dudley, West Midlands, no-one has been in contact with him. When he was last seen, Jason was wearing three-quarter length trousers and denim deck shoes with white socks. He is described as 5ft 9 inches, with mousy hair and of thin build. Police are appealing for Jason to contact a family member or friend to…

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A GB Rugby League team made of students have recently returned from a successful tour of Ghana. Spending two weeks in Africa, the team coached over 200 schoolchildren, as well as recording victories in matches against the Ghana All-Stars and the Ghanaian National team. Ben Chipperfield, Bangor University Rugby League’s Captain, was selected to be part of the squad despite having only played rugby league for two years. When Seren spoke to Ben, he said, “I was very excited and proud to receive the invitation to tour with the Pioneers. It was a great experience taking a sport I enjoy…

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This year Bangor Dragons Cheerleading Squad have had their most successful year to date managing to place in the top 3 squads at competitions an astonishing nine times. At both Regional and National level, Bangor Dragons have excelled. The highlight of the year was a first place trophy for the all-girl level 3 group stunt team that competed against not only university teams, but also well-known all-star teams from across the country. In April, the co-ed level 3 cheer squad also took second place at the annual National University Championships. These outstanding results and growing reputation could not have been…

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