Yet another cold miserable Wednesday evening set the scene for Burn FM’s match of the week. Our spectacular women’s first team had their rival match against Loughborough and it was surely one not to be missed. Going into the game, Birmingham had to call up a few girls from the second team because a number …Read More
Follow Burn FM’s Sport’s live blog as Warwickshire play host to Durham for their first home game of the Royal London One Day Cup 2017 competition. As reigning champions, how will the Bears get on today? Durham posted 313/5 from their 39 overs. England’s Keaton Jennings hit 139 off 101 balls for Durham, including 21 …Read More
Don’t miss out on this Summers incredible Sport! Exam season is just around the corner. Something I am sure you all don’t need reminding of. With constant heads in books and struggling to find a seat in the overcrowded library have a little something to look forward to over the forthcoming months. Exams may be nearing …Read More
Catch up on all of Burn FM Sport’s live BUCS Nationals coverage from Sheffield. We brought you all the results and reaction from Athletics, Swimming, Badminton, Karate & Trampolining throughout Saturday’s action.
Madison Keys broke into the world’s top 10, at the age of just 21, after beating Barbora Strycova in the final of the Aegon Classic Championships 6-3, 6-4. On a grey day in Edgbaston, Madison Keys blew away her experienced opponent with powerful hitting that rarely allowed Strycova to entertain the idea that she could …Read More
This year saw the University of Birmingham’s Korfball Club create a 4th team for the first time, and they were the only fourth team who qualified and competed for the coveted BUCS shield. This meant they were faced with the formidable task of competing against 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams, whom were significantly more experienced. …Read More
Easter weekend, 2016, saw the University of Birmingham’s Korfball second and third team travel to Sheffield to take part in the BUCS trophy finals. A massive achievement for the seconds who were hopeful of a medal, but it was an even bigger effort for the thirds to qualify– being the only third team competing in …Read More
Two weeks ago one of the University of Birmingham’s newest societies, PowerSoc, competed at the British University Powerlifting Championships at the University of Cambridge. For such a new society they were very pleased to take ten competitors: Cathryn Kaleskova, Heather Eastlake (4th, <57kg class), Harold Marshall, Andrew Lamb, Thomas Mahoney, Daniel Byrne (6th, <83kg class), …Read More