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Feb 06

Southwest Polo league 4th Feb 2017

Canoe polo is a game played with a team of 5 and 2 subs, normally with banks of cheering teammates on the side, we decided to buck the trend and play ALL our games with JUST 3 people. The brave trio of myself, Adam Finley and Lowri Peters set off with plenty of time to …

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Dec 02

Exmoor River Barle trip: 27/10/16

…Turns out we didn’t sacrifice enough freshers. With the lack of rain in the south-west, Flozza consulted the Captain of timings about what us desperate mortals could do in this hour of need. He remembered a river from a previous life and suggested it. This was on a low at the time of suggestion, the …

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Nov 24

Dart Loop trip 20/11/16

So this weekend we remembered write ups are a thing, and it’s quite fitting that the last Loop write up was exactly a year ago. After the previous night hinting that we should go paddling, by flooding Devon’s Crealy Adventure park, we decided it might be a good idea. After over a month of praying …

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Nov 24

The Adventure Ball 2016

  Once again, EUCC organised the best university ball money can buy with this years return of The Adventure Ball. Held on Saturday the 19th November, on a rainy night. Whilst committee set up the venue, keen revelers were filling up coaches (after some pre-drinks) at the Lemmy and were soon on their way. As …

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Sep 18

Pre-Season North Wales Trip

On the 9th – 11th of September, committee and returning club members traveled up to North Wales, to get some awesome paddling in before the start of Freshers week. Driving up on the Friday was slow and steady – our new minibus had a limiter on at 60mph, but we arrived at the campsite in …

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Nov 24

Loop trip 21/11/15

On quite possibly one of the coldest days of November, the intrepid EUCC set forth to paddle the loop. After the traditional faffing and a cheeky stop at Sainsbury’s, we (not so swiftly) arrived at the get in. The need to get changed quickly was evident in the bitter cold and once kitted up, all …

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