We have reached the halfway mark in the 2019/20 season and things are hotting up in college sport. Across the board it is proving once again to be a thoroughly engrossing and unpredictable landscape: be it on the crumb, the track or the courts.
One constant, however, is the dominance of one particular college who have topped the points table for eight years running and look well on course to win it for a ninth successive time. Collingwood sit top by some distance and their lead is already virtually unassailable, having racked up 1,883 points so far with Grey and Josephine Butler in joint second on 980.
Let us begin with the courts where college squash has seen growing participation this season. So far Collingwood and Van Mildert have been untouchable at the summit of the men’s table, which means their clash in two weeks time will likely determine who wins the league this year. Meanwhile Hild Bede are leading the way in the women’s Premiership, though a substantial chasing pack in the form of Collingwood, Grey and John’s, who have each won all of their opening five games, will no doubt apply serious pressure until the end.
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