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Introducing IMS Touch Rugby

At the start of the 2021/22 academic year, University of Nottingham Women’s Rugby Club President, Natasha Duggan, set-up the Intramural Sports (IMS) Touch Rugby programme. Natasha, who is also one of the first ever recipients of the Martin Wynne-Jones Bursary and  supporter of the Rugby Minds campaign, is an ever-present face at the Sunday Touch …

A year in review: 2021

2021 has most definitely been a year of two halves for everyone at the University of Nottingham Sport, but also a very successful year. Having started the year in lockdown, we are so grateful to have seen the #GreenandGold return to campus, fitness facilities and sports fields over the last five to six months. We …

Post Pandemic Boom for Intramural Sports Programme!

Intramural Sports (IMS) is the perfect way to enjoy competitive sport and make new friends without the commitment of weekly training or away game travel! With several sports to choose from and all based right here on campus, IMS is an ideal way to stay active, meet new people and try something new.   Students have …

Discover Intramural Sport

The University of Nottingham is proud to run one of the largest intramural sport programmes in the UK. Over three-thousand students a year participate in Nottingham’s IMS scheme, engaging in sport within their hall, alongside course-mates and amongst friends. With a range of thirteen different sports to experience, from mixed badminton to women’s seven-a-side football, …

BUCS Nationals 2020 | Super Saturday Round-up

All hopes of a peaceful overnight stay in Sheffield for our 145 athletes were dashed, as Sheffield felt the full force of Storm Dennis. Despite the turbulent weather outside, the mood in the camp at breakfast was serene – focussed on the day of competition ahead. Super Saturday, as it has become affectionately known, is …

IMS Varsity 2019 | UoN retain the title after close fought battle with Loughborough

Last year for the first time since its inaugural year in 2006 UoN narrowly beat Loughborough in the annual IMS Varsity showdown. In fairness, the gap between the two sides had been narrowing since 2012 when Nottingham increased investment in sport and last year saw that investment come to fruition. Going into this year there …