Cambridge University Handball Club

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Cambridge University HC
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Full name Cambridge University Handball Club
Short name CUHB
Founded 2013
Arena University of Cambridge Sports Centre
President Daniel Bode
Head coach Rickie Bailey
Captain Sebastian Horstmann
League University Championships
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Cambridge University Handball Club (CUHB) was founded and registered as a club at the University of Cambridge in 2013.[1] CUHB runs competitive men’s and women's teams playing in national competitions. It is a member of the England Handball Association and the Association of British University Handball Clubs. The men's team is currently holding the Varisity Trophy against Oxford (2018).

Squad[edit]

Men's team[edit]

CUHB Men's 2017/18

Women's team[edit]

CUHB Women's 2017/18

Competitions[edit]

British University Championships[edit]

The club has been taking part in the British University Championships. The men's team participated in the 2013/14 season (5th place), 2014/15 season (1st place, British University Champions) and 2015/16 season. The women's team played for the first time in the 2014/15 season (3rd place in plate finals) and continued in the 2015/16 season (1st place in plate finals).[2]

Men's team
Year Round Position P W D L GF GA
2014 National Cup (Quarter final) 5th place
2015 National Cup (Final) Gold medal europe.svg 1st place 7 7 0 0 86 51
2016 National Cup
2017 National Cup
Women's team
Year Round Position P W D L GF GA
2014 Did not enter
2015 National Cup (Plate) Bronze medal europe.svg 3rd place
2016 National Cup (Plate) Gold medal europe.svg 1st place
2017 National Cup

Varsity[edit]

The first season of existence of the club saw the inaugural Handball Varsity match, which took place on 25 January 2014 at SportHouse in London.[3]

25 January 2014 CUHB Men's 26 – 32 OUHaC Men's (report)
CUHB Women's 23 – 12 OUHaC Women's
31 January 2015 CUHB Men's 24 – 31 OUHaC Men's (report)
CUHB Women's 21 – 31 OUHaC Women's
14 February 2016 OUHaC Men's 19 - 27 CUHB Men's (report)
OUHaC Women's 31 - 14 CUHB Women's
5 March 2017 CUHB Men's 38 - 26 OUHaC Men's (report)
CUHB Women's 21 - 27 OUHaC Women's
27 January 2018 OUHaC Men's 29 - 31 CUHB Men's
OUHaC Women's 16 - 14 CUHB Women's

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