Scouting for girls
Women’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball are both looking for some new players who are willing to give the sports a try. They’re both excellent teams and have high standards of coaching. They welcome beginners as well as experienced players who are willing to give it a go.
Women’s football on top form
Bangor University Women’s football club have seen a recent surge in results as of late. Their form has been startlingly replicated both home and away, as well as in cup and league matches. November started off with an 8-0 win over Chester (Warrington), at home in the league, and continued with a 10-0 win to them away in the cup. This form again continued with a 7-0 win over Burnley College of Football Business and a 2-1 win over Salford in the cup.
Triumphs in tennis
The Bangor Men’s Tennis team also saw a strong November. Sitting second in their division they went almost unbeaten throughout the whole month. A strong 10-2 victory against the University of Manchester 3rd team in Caernarfon Tennis Centre was followed by a another 10-2 victory over Keele University 1st team. Liverpool John Moores beat them 12-0 but that result was followed by a 10-2 victory over Liverpool Uni 3rd team.
Bangor University Women’s Netball 1st team have been on phenomenal form. They’re undefeated this academic year and sit at the top of their league with 4 wins from 4. A 26 – 24 win over Liverpool University 2nd team saw them advance in the cup, and a 50-21 win over Liverpool John Moore’s University 3rd was the highlight of the results.
The Bangor Women’s Squash team ended the month in second place in their league and saw a 4-0 win over Keele University Women’s 1st team at Maes Glas and a 3-1 win over Lancaster University Women’s 1st team. However their run of results ended in the cup with a 3-1 loss to Leeds University.