Promising Christ College 1st XI player Beth Wood has won a prestigious Hockey Writers’ Club National Youth Award for her contributions to hockey for school, club and country.
Winter Olympian Mica Moore has returned to Cardiff Met to study on the University’s recently introduced MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media.
Fourteen Cardiff Met students and alumni have been called up to represent Wales Women in the upcoming 2018 Autumn Series.
Welsh rugby team, Cardiff Blues, has joined forces with Christ College Brecon to offer aspiring rugby players a first-class education at the renowned sporting and academic institution.
Christ College, Brecon, is proud to announce that Oliver (Olly) Lewis, Captain of the school’s 1st XV Rugby team, has been selected for the Dragons Academy squad following a successful performance during the Regional Age Grade programme.
Former Cardiff Met students Jack Leach and Rory Burns have been called up to the England Cricket squad ahead of the side’s Test series against Sri Lanka.
Cancer Research Wales and Rhiwbina RFC have teamed up and launched their first annual raffle on Sunday 2 September at Caedelyn Park in Cardiff.
A Cardiff company got its hands well and truly dirty last week, shipping 5,000 tonnes of soil into the Principality Stadium for one of the capital’s most popular events of 2018.
To mark LGBT History month in February, Cardiff Metropolitan University implemented a variety of initiatives to promote equality and diversity across the University including; a newsletter from the LGBT+ Staff Network Chair, LGBT+ equality information stands on both campuses, awareness raising through external and internal sources and signposting to LGBT+ support and information services.
Cardiff Met FC last night secured the British University and College Sport (BUCS) league title as they defeated Hartpury College 3-2 in the Men’s Football Championship final played out at the University of Nottingham.