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Mr Dudley Sinnet, Club President, has written a brief welcome, you can find it here

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Latest News
Gutteridge Cup final - This Sunday
by Mark Willsdon at 02:33 PM, Friday 05th March 2004

Imperial Medicals are playing in the Gutteridge Cup (University of London) final against Imperial College this Sunday, at Old Cranleighans kicking off at 2pm. All your support will be very welcome!
Trains leave every 15 mins from Wimbledon station

Directions to ground:

Medicals beat IC... Again!
by Mark Willsdon at 03:41 PM, Tuesday 24th February 2004

The J P R Williams cup was won once again by the medicals on wednesday, as Imperial College were beaten by 43 points to 19 in front of a partisan crowd. This result topped off a great day of rugby which also saw the medicals 2nd and 3rd XV's beating their IC counterparts 12-10 and 29-0 respectively.

Varsity Match tonight!
by Mark Willsdon at 12:40 PM, Wednesday 18th February 2004

Imperial Medicals 1st XV take on Imperial College 1st XV in Richmond at 7pm tonight. Tickets available on the door for 4. Directions are at:

The 2nd and 3rd XV's also take on their Imperial College counterparts at Teddington this afternoon. Kick off is at 2.30pm.

We value your support!

Cambirdge LX mauled by Medicals
by Mark Willsdon at 05:14 PM, Friday 06th February 2004

Imperial Medicals 1st XV guaranteed their place in the BUSA premiership for another season by beating Cambridge University LX club 23-13 at Teddington.
We were awesome!

Varsity Match
by Mark Willsdon at 06:02 PM, Thursday 29th January 2004

The match is actually at London Scottish's ground in richmond, not Old Deer Park.

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