Lancaster University Table Tennis Club - Inter-University Competition - Roses


Each year, Lancaster University and the University of York compete in the annual Roses Tournament named after the 15th Century civil war, The Wars of the Roses between the House of Lancaster and the House of York. The tournament is held at alternate venues each year, either Lancaster, or York, and consists of a large variety of sports. The 2008 event featured 105 events in 39 different Sports with 246 points up for grabs. Whilst York won the event 124-122, the Table Tennis was won by Lancaster 4-2.

A-team (4 points) - Won
B-team (2 points) - Won

A-team (4 points) - Won
B-team (2 points) - Won

A-team (4 points) - Lost
B-team (2 points) - Won

A-team (4 points) - Won
B-team (2 points) - Lost

A-team (4 points) - Lost
B-team (2 points) - Lost

A-team (4 points) - Lost
B-team (2 points)- Lost

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