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September 27, 2015 | by  | in News |
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Faculty Games

Keen to watch your fellow classmates fumble with a bit of ball? Well heres your chance.

On 2 October, VUWSA will host the Faculty Games. At the one-day sporting tournament students from a variety of faculties will compete in sports such as Indoor Soccer, Touch Rugby, Basketball and Ultimate Frisbee.

Clubs and Activities Officer and co-organiser Rory McNamara says that the games is an opportunity to promote sporting events on campus which I believe we have a lack of at the moment.

The aim of the day is for students to have a day of fun outdoors and to help build a sense of community at Vic. Also to encourage physical exercise,VUWSA Engagement Vice-President Toby Cooper said.

Students think it’s a good idea. “It’s a good way for people from different faculties to come together a mingle, Jayne, an Ultimate Frisbee player, told Salient.

On the day there will be a BBQ and Red Bull, The Edge and Mai FM will be there, plus an epic trophy.

You can register for the games on VUWSA’s website, while the actual games will be held on the Boyd-Wilson field, 1pm–4.30pm on 2 October.

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