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Summary

  1. Cambridge beat Oxford in women's varsity match
  2. FT: Oxford 5-8 Cambridge
  3. Watch live on the BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Women's varsity 2018

    Oxford v Cambridge (11:30 GMT)

    The first women’s varsity match between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge was played on 10 March, 1988 in Oxford. Now in its 32nd edition, Twickenham will host the fixture for the fourth time.

    Cambridge won the 2017 game 24-0, although Oxford has won 19 of the 31 previous matches.

    The ‘player of the match’ will be awarded the Bunting-Peggers trophy, named after the first captains of the fixture in 1988.

    Cambridge celebrate.
  2. Is rugby for me?

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    Video caption: 'You definitely develop as a whole'

    Why get into rugby union? If you enjoy being active and want to build your fitness and strength then this is the game for you.

    Who is it for? It's one of the most inclusive sports around and there are various versions of the game that you can test out.

    Is there a cheap option? You can just play touch rugby in the park with a bunch of friends or family, but joining a club can be inexpensive.

    What if I want a proper workout? From scrummaging to tackling, to sprinting with the ball, this can be a high intensity workout that will boost both your fitness and your strength.

    Can I take it to another level? Work your way up. Start with a club then look to your county and from there people will start noticing you.

    Is there a disability option? Wheelchair rugby was a big hit at the 2012 Paralympics. There are now chances to have a go all over the UK.

    Is there a family option? Most clubs will cater for all the family with kids' teams, and men's and women's teams for mum and dad.

  3. Get Inspired

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    The growing popularity of women's rugby in the UK can be seen through the success of the England team at the 2014 World Cup.

    It is incredibly popular at universities, and women's rugby clubs around the country are always looking for enthusiastic players and the next new pool of talent.

    Find your local club in England,Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland to give it a go.

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    Video caption: Women's Six Nations: Danielle Waterman says rugby is 'an amazing sport for women'