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StoneX Stadium to host BUCS National Finals

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Bucs Finals

Saracens are delighted to be hosting the BUCS National Championship finals on Wednesday for the first time.

The pinnacle of university rugby, Wednesday’s matches will crown the best men’s and women’s university sides in the country.

In the Women’s National final, last season’s cup champions and reigning league champions Hartpury meet Exeter University (Kick-off 4.15pm.)

Exeter finished the regular season in third and have reached the finals in their first season back in the topflight, having been promoted last season. Hartpury finished the regular season as champions and swept aside Cardiff Met in the semi-finals.

With both sides having beaten each other in the regular season and with plenty of England U20s likely to be on display, it's set to be a high-quality fixture.

In the men’s final, it’s this season’s league champions versus last season’s cup champions, as Loughborough meet Exeter at 7pm.

Loughborough pipped Exeter to the league title by a solitary point and, with both sides having one win apiece in the regular season, it’s set to be another nailbiter.

Saracens academy players Alex Wardell and Charlie Bracken could line up for Loughborough, whilst the Exeter side will no doubt be packed with plenty of experience, with a number of players having played in the final last season at Sixways.

Last season, Hartpury’s dominant second half performance saw them secure the women’s title against Edinburgh, whilst in the men’s final, Exeter edged to a narrow one-point victory over Durham, to secure their first national title since 2016.

This season has been one of the most competitive ever in both the men's and women's leagues. With university rugby producing more and more professional athletes each season, Wednesday will be a chance to watch some of the stars of the future in action.

Tickets are on sale here, for what is set to be a raucous evening of university rugby.

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