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Magnificent medal haul for University of Bath

History-making athletes who train, study or studied at the University of Bath finished the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with a fantastic 33 medals between them – seven gold, 17 silver and nine bronze.

They came across three different sports – a first-ever athletics medal for Guernsey from Sports Performance alumnus Alastair Chalmers; two brilliant judo medals for Team Bath’s Rhys Thompson and Sports & Exercise Science alumna Gemma Howell; and an incredible 30-medal haul in the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, 25 of them for British Swimming Performance Centre Bath athletes coached by David McNulty.


KORFBALL on twitter - a SWSN regional guide

Bristol Thunder korfball Korfball is an eight-a-side mixed gender sport with elements of basketball, netball and handball which originates from the Netherlands.

Played by teams of four females and four males, korfball is a fast growing team sport which has captured the imagination of our region.


COMMONWEALTH GAMES Silver for Bath swim team trio

Swimmers Tom Dean, Freya Anderson and Ed Mildred became the first University of Bath-based athletes to win medals at Birmingham 2022 as they helped Team England to mixed 4x100m freestyle relay silver on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games.

Dean and Anderson, of the British Swimming Performance Centre based at the Team Bath Sports Training Village, teamed up with fellow Olympic Champion Anna Hopkin – a University of Bath alumna – and Lewis Burras to finish runners-up to Australia in the final race of a busy evening at Sandwell Aquatics Centre.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 0 Saltash United 1

jenkins park ashes Alex Cairo’s 33rd minute strike was the only difference between the sides in a hard fought Western Prem east Cornwall derby at Jenkins Park last night.

That’s what the scoreline suggests anyway. In truth the Ashes were the better side by some distance and should have won by a bigger margin.


NATIONAL COUNTIES Stephens returns to face Cornwall

Devon welcome back captain Jamie Stephens, who was unavailable for the narrow defeat by Wales NC, for the cross-Tamar match against Cornwall at Sandford in Western Division Two. 

Left-arm seamer Jonty Walliker comes into the squad for a possible Championship debut. 


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