All the latest news from Loughborough UCCE

A degree in life, not just cricket - The MCC university cricket system provides a chance to prepare for life after the game while pursuing a county contract

27 June, 2012

If the last few days have taught us anything, it is that there is far more to life than cricket.



Lauren Winfield hits brilliant ton as Loughborough retain title

27 June, 2012
Lauren Winfield played the “innings of her life” as Loughborough University won the BUCS Cricket Women’s Championship for the ninth time in the last 10 years. 
The opener, who was playing with a broken finger, hit a magnificent 104 to help Loughborough clinch a dramatic win over Durham off the penultimate ball in a match reduced to 35 overs because of bad weather at the Lord’s nursery ground last Friday. 


Stacey Miles Explains in a Nutshell what being at Loughborough has Meant to her

27 June, 2012
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Our Msc Coaching Student, Ian McGowan tells of his Loughborough Experience in the Irish CA Newsletter

30 May, 2012

Published in the Cricket Ireland Coaches Association Spring Newsletter 2012



Loughborough MCCU Graduate, Suheil Tandon reflects on his time at Loughborough

17 May, 2012

I pursued my Master's in Sport Management from Loughborough University in the U.K. in 2010-11. I had always been a sport enthusiast, and my ambition to pursue a career in sport led me to Loughborough, where I hoped I would gain the knowledge and skills required to succeed in the industry.



Why Matt see's Loughborough University as the perfect choice

20 December, 2011
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Adam Wilson 'What's the difference'

20 December, 2011
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Graham Dilley Awarded the Special Lifetime Achievement Honour

30 November, 2011

At the UK Coaching Awards, the special lifetime achievement award was presented in honour of the former England fast bowler Graham Dilley, who died in October. The presentation was made to Dilley's son, Chris Pennell, in recognition of Dilley's work as a bowling coach with Surrey, Scotland and England, and most recently as head coach of Loughborough University.