Kent Sport

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Inter College Cup

The Inter College Cup is a multi-event sports competition aimed at students at the University of Kent and played between the seven colleges on campus. Colleges accumulate points throughout the academic year based on the results from each event.

Badminton

Played in a doubles and singles format these events will span the various abilities from novice to the more advanced player. If you are new to the game or an established club player these tournaments will allow you to pit your skills against the other four colleges.

Chumash

Chumash is an indoor 3x3 version of Lacrosse. Played with a special goal with no goaltender, and no long poles permitted, Chumash is designed to be as self-regulating as possible to enhance the joy of playing, and to make it easy to play a real game of lacrosse anytime, anywhere.

Cricket

Inter-college cricket uses standardised indoor cricket rules.Teams are 6-a-side with matches lasting a total of 20 overs. Fast paced action for all involved.

Men's basketball

Now entering a ninth season since its inception in the academic year 2008/09, the Inter College Basketball League has become a regular addition on the intra mural calendar.

Men's football

The Inter College Football League is the oldest running intramural competition on campus and consists of two teams from Darwin, Eliot, Keynes and Rutherford and a postgraduate team from Virginia Woolf. Park Wood residents will be allocated a specific college and all other players must represent their affiliate college.

Netball

The Inter College Netball League involves participants competing in a shorter length version of the game. Despite the natural competitive element that comes with any tournament, the general ethos is one of involvement and participation, with every team welcoming players of all abilities.

Rowing

Players will be allocated into their affiliate college and meet once a month to compete across various distances. Participation takes place on indoor Ergo Rowers in the fitness suite.

Tennis

Played in a singles and mixed doubles format these events will span the various abilities from novice to the more advanced player. If you are new to the game or an established club player these tournaments will allow you to pit your skills against the other four colleges.

Volleyball

New for this year, volleyball will allocate players into their college teams to play in a combination of teams from across the colleges. Having a competitive opportunity, the aim of the introduction of this sport is to encourage new and existing players to take part together in a more social environment.

 

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Last Updated: 26/09/2016