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Football 23Nov 2014

Culley has sights set on Conference

Culley has sights set on Conference

Ex-Hartpury College hotshot Duncan Culley has joined Vanarama Conference South side Bromley.

The 26-year-old, who scored 39 goals last season while playing at Shortwood United, spent the pre-season trialling for numerous clubs, including Cheltenham Town and Oxford United.

The Hartpury graduate, who completed a Masters in Sport Management in 2012, now finds himself looking to fire his new club into the Conference, with the London-based club currently sitting in second position in the table.

Two former Hartpury students were also called up to the Gibraltar national squad for their recent UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

Jake Gosling and Louie Barnfather were called up for Gibraltar’s first ever competitive game as they came up against a Polish side spearheaded by Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.

Gosling, who currently plays for Bristol Rovers, appeared as a half-time substitute in the match, where Lewandowski scored four in a 7-0 victory.

Both Gosling and Barnfather will be hoping for another call-up to the squad’s next qualifiers in October, where they will take on Republic of Ireland and Georgia, before taking on world champions Germany in November.

31 Aug 2016 Football

Hartpury heralds another sporting success as magician Mus signs for top Danish club

Hartpury strike sensation, Mustapha Bundu, has become the College’s latest top level professional footballer after signing for Danish Superliga side, AGF Aarhus.

14 Jun 2016 Football

American adventure awaits for Hartpury scholars set to shine Stateside

A quartet of Hartpury students will have even more reason to celebrate than most at the College’s Prize Day next week as they prepare to embark on the adventure of a lifetime in America.

28 Apr 2016 Football

‘Hands’ off our trophy! Hartpury secure title for second consecutive year with ESFA showpiece success

Two quickfire goals on the stroke of half-time sent Hartpury Under-18s on their way to securing a second successive English Schools Football Association (ESFA) Boys Colleges Trophy title as they defeated Gateshead College 3-2.

26 Apr 2016 Football

Talented Tyler and team brimming over with excitement as Hartpury look to hold on to trophy

Hartpury’s footballers will look to end their season in style on Wednesday when they face off against Gateshead College in the English Schools’ Football Association (ESFA) Boys Colleges Trophy final.