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GK unions offer a variety of sport clubs under the umbrella of Team Medway. Team Medway is a unique and exciting partnership between University of Kent and University of Greenwich students who play or want to play sport.
We offer competitive and non-competitive sports and have a dedicated set of committee members to each team. Each sports club is for the students, and run by the students.
The GK unions can help with training, finance and advice with the goal of making sure each student involved in sport is getting the best university experience possible. We provide constant support to make sure you get the most out of your time at university through sport.
Team Medway prides itself on being fun and inclusive. We aim to give every student to opportunity develop new skills, try new sports and play the sport they love.
If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact the Student Activities Coordinator, Mark Heffernan.
E – Sports@gkunions.co.uk
T – 01646 888886
Or you can pop into the office – Activites centre in Pilkington 9.00am – 4.30pm.
The sport you love not available at Medway? Not a problem! We can help you set up a new sports club, for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Taekwon-do have another medal to add to their ever-growing list!
Oladele Egberongbe competed in the Welsh Taekwon-do championships this past weekend and absolutely smashed it!
She is now the proud winner of a gold medal and became the Welsh Champion 2016.
Last Sunday evening, May 22nd, after an epic struggle lasting more than two
hours Team Medway overcame Maidstone VC to win the Stan Hastie Cup, Kent
volleyball’s premier knock-out trophy for men.
Each month the Medway Volunteer Committee choose a GK Volunteer of the Month. Check out this month's winner plus past recipients.
Yesterday (17 December) the Medway Pharmacy Students Association (MPSA) held a very successful debate which was attended by approximately 50 people.
The Society of Pharmacology and Physiology (SOPP) recently ran a workshop targeted at first year students at Medway School of Pharmacy to help them progress with their Ileum Lab Reports.
Congratulations to the GK Unions Taekwon-Do sports team who last week had their latest grading…with a huge success rate of 100%!
It’s been a big week for the Medway Gaming Society who have reached 100 members…our first society to reach the milestone this year!
A big congratulations to the Medway Islamic Society (ISOC) who has raised £1,127 for Islamic Relief UK, a charity who strives to alleviate suffering, hunger, illiteracy and diseases worldwide.
None of the three MP’s representing students at the University of Kent have offered to support students in trying to save maintenance grants after the government’s proposal to replace them with loans.