November 2018 news
Loughborough Rugby scores Computacenter partnership
Loughborough Students Rugby Football Club (LSRFC) can today (1 December) unveil Computacenter as an official sponsor, the IT provider coming on board to support the biggest student rugby club in the country.
Lightning look to return to winning ways against Wasps
After their first defeat in the Tyrrells Premier 15s 2018/19 season last week, Lightning will look to return to winning ways as they take on Wasps Ladies at home. The game, which forms part of a double header with Loughborough Students RFC who take on Chinnor RFC in National One, will be held on the 1st December and kick off at 12pm on the 1st XV pitch on Epinal Way.
Top class tennis returns to Loughborough University
The British Tour Masters will return to Loughborough University Tennis Centre for the third time next week, with some of Britain’s top players likely to serve up some high-level tennis.
Lightning Strikes with seven players making the WT20 Finals
Loughborough Lightning have been well represented this WT20 with seven players across three international sides; England, Australia and New Zealand.
Lightning look ahead to top of the table clash
After a break in the season for the Quilter Internationals, Loughborough Lightning Rugby will return to the field this weekend against reining Tyrrells Premier 15’s champions Saracens, as they travel south to Allianz Park.
Dunkley, Gordon and Smith shine on England debuts
England Cricket are currently in the midst of the World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies and starring for the first-time are current students Kirstie Gordon and Sophia Dunkley as well as alumna Linsey Smith.
A battle of the elements for Lightning Netball’s second pre-season outing
On Saturday 17th November, Lightning travelled to the Wright Robinson College to face Manchester Thunder in their latest pre-season fixture.
International win sees Loughborough Tennis off to the Australian Open
Loughborough University’s Tennis Programme has bagged a once in a lifetime trip to the Australian Open next year thanks to an outstanding victory in an international tournament in China, which saw the best Universities in the world go head to head.
Lightning Netball host first pre-season tournament ahead of 2019 Superleague
Loughborough Lightning showcased their new look team for the first time on Saturday in the first of their pre-season tournaments.
Lightning Netball confirm coaching line-up for 2019
Loughborough Lightning Netball are proud to unveil their full coaching line-up for the 2018-19 season, with a full pathway of teams competing from U15 to senior level.
Looking after number one: A guide to self-care
One of the biggest causes of time off work, back pain, chronic fatigue and sleep disorders is STRESS. We all have it; it is often unavoidable. However, there are ways we can manage its impact on us and actions we can take to help us deal with stress better.
Williams set to earn first England cap
For Lightning players Carys Williams and Katy Daley-Mclean, Friday will be a momentous day, with the duo reaching international milestones.