I 39 www.sport.ox.ac.ukOVERALL STANDINGS OXFORD CAMBRIDGE 53 46 CLUB VENUE RESULT SCOREModern Pentathlon (M) Oxford Modern Pentathlon (W) Cambridge Motor Drivers Cambridge 50 - 94 Mountaineering Cambridge Netball Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford 44 - 35 Orienteering (M) Oxford 277:09 - 287:49 Orienteering (W) Oxford 195:49 - 228:49 Pistol (M) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford 2139 - 2041 Pistol (W) Oxford, Iffley Road Cambridge 1852 - 1918 Polo Oxford 5 - 4 Pool (M) Oxford 49 - 41 Pool (W) Oxford 32 - 22 Powerlifting Oxford 1203.1 - 995.5 Rackets Oxford Real Tennis (M) Lord's Oxford 4 - 2 Real Tennis (W) Lord's Cambridge 0 - 6 Riding Cambridge Rifle Small Bore (M) Cambridge 1485 - 1511 Rifle Small Bore (W) Cambridge 716 - 729 Rugby Fives Oxford 300 - 38 Rugby League Twickenham (The Stoop) Oxford 32 - 22 Rugby Union (M) Twickenham Cambridge 27 - 31 Rugby Union (W) Cambridge 0 - 25 Ski and Snowboard (M) Tignes (France) Cambridge Ski and Snowboard (W) Tignes (France) Oxford Squash Racquets (M) Oxford, Iffley Road Cambridge 4 - 1 Squash Racquets (W) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford 3 - 2 Swimming (M) Oxford, Rosenblatt Pool Oxford 58 - 32 Swimming (W) Oxford, Rosenblatt Pool Cambridge 39 - 51 Table Tennis (M) Oxford, Iffley Road Cambridge Table Tennis (W) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford TaeKwon-Do (M) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford TaeKwon-Do (W) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford Trampolining Cambridge 143.5 - 159.5 Triathlon (M) Cambridge Triathlon (W) Cambridge Ultimate Frisbee (M) Oxford 13 - 8 Ultimate Frisbee (W) Cambridge Volleyball (M) Oxford, Iffley Road Cambridge 1 - 3 Volleyball (W) Oxford, Iffley Road Oxford 3 - 0 Waterpolo (M) Oxford, Rosenblatt Pool Oxford 6 - 4 Waterpolo (W) Oxford, Rosenblatt Pool Cambridge 5 - 6 Windsurfing Oxford Yacht (M) Cambridge 2 - 4 Yacht (W) Oxford 4 - 0 CONGRATULATIONS!VARSITY RESULTS 2009/10
40 I OXFORD UNIVERSITY I SPORTS REVIEW 2010 www.sport.ox.ac.ukAn inspired performance by the University College team saw them comfortably defeat league winners and reigning Cuppers champions Keble by 56 points to 15 at a sunny Iffley Road on Tuesday evening, in front of a vocal 500-strong crowd.Univ opened the scoring after just six minutes, when left wing Luke Fenwick finished off a move following a fine midfield break from centre Peter Knipe. Second row Nick Green - enjoying a fine night with the boot, 16 points in total - added the conversion. Keble reduced the deficit on 12 minutes with a penalty from fly half Charles King, but Univ hit back almost immediately with an unconverted try from full back Hugo Phillips. Fenwick added a second try on the half-hour mark, when he followed up a kick ahead to beat the defence to the bouncing ball; Green was unable to convert from wide out, but added two penalties before half-time to make the score at the break 20 points to 3 in favour of Univ. Tries in the second half came at regular intervals for the determined Univ side, as Keble seemed unable to get any 'go' forward despite the efforts of back-row forward Dan Guinness, who worked tirelessly all game in the face of the onslaught! Prop Gov Oliver and scrum half Nick Haydon scored tries from close range, both of which Green converted, before replacement Sam George ran in from 25 metres after a mix-up in the Keble midfield; again Green converted. Phillips added his second to cap off a fine performance at full back, Green converting, and centre Tom Yusef completed the scoring for Univ with a popular score in the corner. Keble, renowned for their spirit, never gave up and were rewarded with two late tries from replacement wing John Harkness, converted from the touchline by King. With the last play of the match in his final game for Keble, No 8 'Big' Bob Pittam raced in from 30 metres to score in the corner and round off the evening.In the Bowl final a Ross Swanson-inspired New College defeated CCC/Somerville 27 points to 7. Following his exploits in the Varsity Rugby League Match, fly half Swanson contributed 17 points to New's total in the form of 2 tries, 2 conversions and 1 drop goal to round off a successful week. Replacement Ian Osband also added a brace of tries to complete New College's scoring, while centre Sean Morris scored CCC/Somerville's try and conversion.In an exciting Plate Final, Balliol overcame Exeter by 26 points to 11. Exeter started strongly but only managed to post 3 points, with a penalty from scrum half Tom Hatfield. In their first visit to the Exeter 22, Balliol scored a try from No 8 Ben Fleet, converted by fly half Chris Record. Exeter replied with a second Hatfield penalty before half-time, to make the score at the break 7 - 6 in favour of Balliol. With the Blues try-scoring machine Will Browne entering the fray at half-time for Balliol, the game swung their way with two tries from centre Larry Knight, both converted by Record within 15 minutes of the restart. With 10 minutes to go Exeter rallied and were rewarded with a try from their left wing 'Smokin' Joe Hayley; not to be outdone, Browne sealed Balliol's victory with a signature solo effort from 50 metres, to notch his 18th try in 18 appearances this season! ?Tim StevensPhoto by John GaisfordNEW AND BALLIOL TRIUMPH IN THE BOWL AND PLATE FINALSUNIV SHATTER KEBLE'S DOUBLE BID!