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Wednesday 26 Nov – Lunch
Soup of the Day
(A) Kofta
(B) Dusted Turkey Escalope (Not H/T)
(V) Field Mushrooms with Pesto & Mozzarella
Vegetable & Potato Selection
Rice Pudding
Wednesday 26 Nov – Dinner
Soup of the Day
(A) Lancashire Hot Pot
(B) Salmon Steaks with Coriander & Lime Butter Sauce
(V) Mushroom Crumble Bake
Vegetable & Potato Selection
Breakfast08:00 – 09:0008:00 – 09:0011:30 – 12:30
Lunch12:00 – 13:3012:45 – 13:30
Dinner18:00 – 19:0018:00 – 19:0018:00 – 19:00
Formal(Tue, Thu) 19:30 –
25 Nov 20:00

SPRUFC 10 - Robinson 8
Struggling for numbers with injuries, university rugby duty, american football, supervisions, meetings with the MoD, and a bad case of the squits, Selwyn-Peterhouse took a good win against Robinson...

25 Nov 13:30

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19 Nov 19:07

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19 Nov 13:52

SPRUFC 6 – 13 St John's
Selwyn-Peterhouse again proved that they belong up in Div 1 with the big boys, narrowly losing to John's in a hard-fought match. The first half ended scoreless, with Selwyn unlucky not to capitalise on an extended period in the John's 22. Fly half Joe Yarwood appeared to have scored from a chip and chase, but the ball was deemed to have crossed the dead-ball line before he touched down...

17 Nov 01:10

Premier League Football:
Selwyn 5 – 1 St Catherines
Selwyn produced an emphatic victory against St Cats in the dreary rain to maintain their unbeaten run in the league. Selwyn were once again quick to assert their dominance on the game early on and, after a neat passing move, Dave Hawes broke the deadlock with a great long range effort. With wingers Alex Thompson and Lawrie Wigham having the confidence to beat St Cats defenders for pace and skill, it was only a matter of time before Selwyn were able to double their lead with a Lewis Ball strike before half time...