It was an all university affair of sporting fixtures at Hartpury yesterday with both the football and rugby first teams producing wins against Cardiff Met.
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Hartpury’s university football first team claimed all three points in their British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Premier South League fixture against Cardiff Met firsts thanks to late heroics from substitute Joe White.
Hartpury’s Sports Ambassador Mel Nicholls picked up her first World Championship silver medal as Great Britain claimed a clean sweep in the T34 800 metres final in Doha.
Hartpury Graduate Astier Nicolas claimed his maiden CCI4* title in his home country with a special victory at Les Etoiles de Pau over the weekend.
Rising Hartpury Equine Academy dressage starlet, Louise Gallavan, triumphed at the Houghton Hall British Dressage Area Festival at the weekend, securing qualification for the Winter Nationals at Hartpury.
Hartpury College RFC 50 – Darlington Mowden Park 7
After scoring seven tries at Henley in their previous outing, Hartpury went one better when Mowden Park came to the College at the weekend. The result, Hartpury’s seventh successive win, ensured that top spot in National One was retained for at least another week…