The team who top of the FNB Varsity Shield log, over the combined log of 2019 and 2020, will automatically go up to the FNB Varsity Cup for 2021. The team at the bottom of the FNB Varsity Cup log, over the combined log of 2019 and 2020, will automatically go down to the FNB Varsity Shield for 2021. “The Varsity Shield grants young players, who didn’t make it straight out of school into a provincial or professional set-up, the opportunity to showcase their talent and to also further their studies in aid for life after rugby. Varsity Cup manager, Xhanti-Lomzi Nesi, believes the innovation will be massive for South African rugby development, as well as the popularity of Varsity Shield fixtures.
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In that respect, the “slap in the face”, as Tuchel described it, delivered to Chelsea at the hands of Sam Allardyce’s side, may have been the last thing Porto needed. Reigning champions Exeter meet an Irish province who are appearing in the last eight for the 16th time. Tottenham’s Eric Dier has revealed he wants his ashes to be scattered at the club’s stadium. “I’d have my ashes scattered in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium,” he said. Dier, who was raised in Portugal but now lives in St. John’s Wood, also revealed his childhood hero was Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal. In July 2020, USA Today reported that Singer had been enrolled at Grand Canyon University in Arizona until July 2020.
James Cracknell has compared it to “a cycling time trial. It’s about who can hold their hand in the flame the longest.” It’s a good race this, close and well contested, and with some tactical intrigue in as much as the Oxford cox is constantly encroaching on the other boat’s water. The experts, such as Katherine Grainger on the BBC, are saying that this is a really good close race. They are really going all in at the moment, they are trying to win the race from here. “I’m so proud of us, it was always about the team and trust and coming together”, said Cambridge president Sophie Paine. “I’m amazingly pleased that we got this opportunity, and massive respect to Oxford for giving us such an awesome race”, said Whitaker.
Matt says part of his ‘Devolve, Depoliticise’ is to not force students to agree with all student activism campaigns. The next question is about whether the candidates have student activism experience, and what role activism should have in the Student Union. Henry thinks he has always been able to come to acceptable compromises. For example, he would never do anything which restricts the opportunities available to students. A question from NUS candidate Peter McLaughlin about whether candidates would be able to put aside their own viewpoints and try to represent all student perspectives and opinions equally. She cites an unexpected PhD supervision rescheduling caused her to be late, something “I am sure all graduate students understand”.
From the arena of academia, this rivalry extends to the water, the pitch and of course the ice, culminating in the annual Varsity Match for Oxford and Cambridge’s student-athletes. The Varsity Match is the pinnacle of these institutions’ sporting rivalry and the highlight of the sporting calendar. Sign up to our mailing list for a weekly digest from the wide world of rugby. “So, it was a big year for us to break the mould and start playing good rugby. Weber points out that seven of his crew, who were selected for the cancelled 2020 race, have effectively been training for two years to reach this point. “Earlier in the year I was a bit sceptical”, says Baker of the new location.
“The decisions made and messages communicated were not representative of the committee and members. We need to move forward from this with an emphasis on welfare and mental health – students should prioritise their mental health.” Alice replies that fighting the marketisation of education is crucial to this role. She says she wants to set an organisational culture that listens and cares for the welfare of its students, which is met with applause by the audience. She will bring MCRs and JCRs together because these organisations often share similar issues, support from the new SU will increase engagement.