Men’s + NB Division One

Jesus were unable to retain their spot as league leaders, suffering a shock 2-1 defeat against Pembroke.

While Jesus faltered, Fitzwilliam and Homerton maintained their perfect league records ahead of next weekend’s Cuppers grudge match. Six goal contributions from Kosi Nwuba powered the Griffins to an 8-1 victory over Robinson, whilst Fitz defeated Johns 4-2 to claim the league's top spot.

Elsewhere, Churchill climbed the table with a 3-1 victory over Caius, and postponement prevented Selwyn from further staking their claim as Cambridge’s leakiest defence.

Men’s + NB Division Two

Both Trinity and Sidney Sussex headed into their weekend clash with two wins from two. With pole-position at stake, Trinity dominated the tie and claimed a 7-3 victory.

Far, far away, Girton were victorious. Thanks to three goal contributions from Blues midfield maestro Reece Linney, the Greens stormed to a 4-1 victory over Kings.

Corpus Christi, the Selwyn of Division Two, endured a 10-0 thrashing against Darwin. With 32 conceded after three games, Corpus are serious contenders for the worst defence to ever grace Cambridge soil.


Mountain View

Cambridge United match to be officiated by serving members of the armed forces

Downing-Clare and Emma-Catz were postponed.

Women’s + NB Division Two

Queens’ Greens suffered a 15-0 thrashing at the hands of Wolfson/Darwin/St Edmund's, despite being cheered on by their new canine mascot Jeremy.