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Triniman try breaks Oxford run

last modified Dec 12, 2016 12:03 PM
Rory Triniman, PhD student in the Rahman Lab, was instrumental in putting an end to a run of six consecutive Oxford wins at Twickenham during last week's Varsity rugby match...

Rory Triniman, PhD student in the Rahman Lab, was instrumental in putting an end to a run of six consecutive Oxford wins at Twickenham during last week's Varsity rugby match.

"The play of the afternoon was instigated by a marvellous kick from Gillies that found substitute winger Lare Erogbogbo across the width of the pitch. A pass inside to Rory Triniman saw the CURUFC centre [and Pharmacology student] collect, spin once and slam the ball down. A nerve-wracking visit to the video referee confirmed it. Try."

Full report:
http://www.varsity.co.uk/sport/11553

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