Established in 2014, RGU Lacrosse prides itself on being a mixed, all-inclusive and welcoming club that offers focused training sessions for individuals of any ability – ranging from beginners to those who are more experienced. The current members of RGU Lacrosse are extremely keen to welcome new players and are dedicated to sharing knowledge both surrounding skills and rules of Lacrosse in general. With training sessions that cater for all, the sessions are both fitness based and informative as well as being fun. Last year the Women’s team played a variety of both competitive and friendly matches, developing their ability and the Men’s team came second in the Scottish League – a huge accomplishment. The upcoming year will mean that mixed training times are Monday evenings from 8.30pm-10.00pm at Rubislaw Pitches. The combination of our training and regular socials ensures that RGU Lacrosse provides many opportunities to meet new people. Feel free to contact RGU Lacrosse on any of our social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook – we look forward to welcoming all new members regardless of previous experience!
Preisdent: Sarah Firth
Vice-President: Emma Johnston
Womens Captain: Akiko Ballantyne
Womens Vice Captain: Rhona Bain
Social and Fundraiser: Abigail Cameron and Liam du Maurier
Regular events include:
Weekly training sessions
Motion results summary from RGU:Union's Annual General Meeting for the academic year 2020-2021.
Stand up for RGU students - take part in this year's Student Elections!
Sometimes the smallest and simplest sustainable choices can make a big difference in helping our planet. Radar have also recommended small UK businesses to use to buy any of the items mentioned, helping lower our carbon footprint.
On the 20th of February RGU:Union held its first ever online AGM (Annual General Meeting). With covid-19 turning the whole world virtual, student politics was forced to join the masses.
Consumer regulator Ofgem has announced that the price cap on energy will increase on 1 April 2021 due to rising wholesale costs and growth in demand.
This means that a typical household on a default energy tariff could expect a bill increase of £96 per year.
This could affect around 11 million homes in England, Wales, and Scotland (Northern Ireland sets its own cap).
The cap for prepayment meter customers will increase by £87 per year, affecting around 4 million households.
2021 seems to be another year full of locked down celebrations. However, don’t see this as entirely negative. As with time on our hands, we finally have the chance to make personalised gifts for our loved ones. We’ve compiled a list of heart-felt (affordable) gifts for every occasion.