Here’s some of our brilliant medics sports teams. For more information, please contact our Sports Secretary, Daniel Riley via the Instagram, or via his email:


Chairman: Charlie Sapwell

Co-Captains: Ben Lawrence & Faiq Aziz


Wednesday 20:00 – 21:30, Wyncote Sports Ground.

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We are the jewel in the crown of the LMSS! Not only do we play top class flair rugby weekly, we are very much a social club full of mixed abilities and pint times. Our socials continue throughout the year and never fail to disappoint – culminating a magical mystery TOUR to an unknown destination. 

Over the last few years we’ve reached a high level in the annual NAMS tournament, including a semi-final and winning the NAMS plate competition. We also compete in a local league against others mens teams. 

We cannot wait to welcome keen freshers and older years of any standard to train with us on Wednesday afternoons. 

Feel free to drop our Instagram a message with any queries and keep an eye out for our freshers secs lurking in Facebook groups and at freshers fair. 



Club Captain – Niamh Pepperell


Thursday 19:00 – 21:00, Archbishop Blanch School.

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It’s been a busy year at LMNC with over 70 girls playing netball every week in their respective leagues. We cater to all abilities varying from uni firsts to never played before, and with training on every week people are welcome to come down for the occasional run around (no commitment required). 

Our 1s, 2s and 3s all finished in the top half of their Sunday league divisions and our 4A and 4B teams had some impressive wins in the campus league. Our NAMS team qualified for the cup final, and despite not winning had a hugely successful day, a highlight being a last-minute win against Cardiff to finish 3rd in our group. 

We’ve had socials throughout the year with lots of fancy dress involved (special mention to our smurfs) and a fabulous tour to York where people of all years came along and got involved in the activities. 

It’s been a hugely successful year and we look forward to making it even bigger and better next year! If you’re keen to get involved don’t be afraid to come along or drop us a message if you’ve got any questions!



Club Captain – Ros Rashid 


Wednesday 19:00-20:00, Archbishop Blanch School.

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Hello! We are Liverpool Medical School Hockey Club! 

We are the biggest medics sports teams at Liverpool with members across all years. We welcome anyone and everyone to come down to the pitch weekly and play fun, social games of hockey! Alongside this we have our fabulous skill school running each week for those who are new to the sport or need a bit of refreshing! 

If you’re a keen hockey player we also have three teams of differing skill level who compete in frequent matches against other teams within the university and against other medical schools around the country.

We’ve been very busy competing in NAMS where our 1st team made it all the way to win the plate last year! As well as this we hosted 9 unis for our yearly NAMS weekend which is a mix of lots of hockey and socialising with many other medical school hockey clubs. 

Next year we will be aiming to increase the amount of games available for all of our teams, continue to compete in the national hockey tournaments and organise bigger and better socials than ever! 

We can’t wait to see what next year brings and hope you’ll come down and join our ever growing club! 

Hockey love x



Presidents – Cam Buchanan & Fil Skierski


Tuesday 18:00-19:30, Wyncote Sports Ground.

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Liverpool Medics Football Club! ⚽

This year at LMSFC, it’s been an action packed year where we’ve had so much fun! Here are some of the things we’ve been up to:

  • We represented the medics in the LMSS MDV Sports Day and won all our games beating the dentists and the vets!
  • We had an amazing joint social with our Women’s team where we went back in time to the roaring 20s to raise money for Refugee Women’s Connect!
  • We have also been up and down the country this year.
  • We’ve been competing in the regional NAMS tournament where we had away days at Sheffield and Manchester.
  • We went down to London to compete in the national NAMS tournament as well! This was a big day where all the medical schools gathered and played each other in a busy day of fixtures.
  • And for our tour we went to Newcastle! This was lots of fun and there was a good group of us who made the journey up north. 

All in all it’s been a great year for us with lots of memories made. We can’t wait for next year!!



Co-Captains – Raveena Bains & Jasmine Anderson-Shepherd 


Tuesday 18:15-19:30, Wyncote Sports Ground.

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We’ve had an amazing year at Liverpool Medics Women’s Football Club! 

  • This year we have welcomed lots of new faces to the club and it’s been great to see lots of returning members too!
  • We competed in this years NAMS competition, reaching the quarter finals with matches against Manchester, Sheffield and Birmingham medical schools.
  • We were unbeaten at MDV sports day and enjoyed playing friendly matches against the University Women’s team⚽️
  • We’ve loved getting back to in person socials this year including pub golf, MDV night, Christmas Dinner, our AGM evening, and drunk football training! ?
  • Our amazing charity secs held a 20s themed night raising an amazing £650 for Refugee Women’s Connect!
  • We travelled to Newcastle for the weekend on football tour with over 30 girls attending including some alumni members! We hope that next year we’ll get to catch a little more sun!☀️

It has been amazing to see how much our club has grown over the past year and look forward to welcoming lots of new faces and expanding our club even more! We are a friendly team and welcome all abilities! 

We can’t wait for the new year ahead with even more matches (and socials!!)



Co-Captains – Anish Bagalkote & Ellie McNulty


Tuesday 19:00 – 20:00, Wavertree Tennis Centre.

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We’ve had such a fantastic year this year at Liverpool Medics Tennis! Here’s a bit about what we’ve been up to, and how you can get involved! ??

This year we’ve seen such a big increase in the size of the club and the range of people coming to play. It’s been so amazing to see people from all year groups come along and play, as well as welcoming new faces each week throughout the whole year! 

We’ve expanded our sessions to have something for everyone – from skills school, to fun games, as well as more competitive hitting. We’ve got such a friendly group and have been told we’ve been welcoming to people of all abilities and experience – which has been lovely to hear! ?

We’ve held socials throughout the year including a drinks at the Brookie after sessions, 80’s themed Wimbledon delight night, group Parkrun and coffee mornings, our karaoke and AGM evening and there was even more we wished we could fit in!

We’ve also held some friendly matches with Leeds Medics Tennis, which was a fab day for people of all abilities to play some low-pressure (besides that close final!) matches and will be travelling to Leeds next year to defend our title.

We’ve had such an amazing year and cannot wait to welcome new people so if you’ve been thinking about coming along, please do! Send us a message if you’ve any questions, or want to chat to any of us! 

Tennis love ??

Social Media Pages:

Facebook – Liverpool Medics Tennis Club

Instagram – @liverpoolmedicstennis


Club Captain – TBC



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We enjoyed our first full year back on the courts after a couple of years disrupted by COVID. To say we missed our weekly Tuesday evening sessions would be an understatement!

We have seen a great group form over the year of mixed abilities. I’m most pleased to see the progress all of our beginners have made since the start of the year, so I’d encourage any incoming Freshers to give Squash a go. You will definitely surprise yourself and the club will support you in developing your game!

We have had a great year where we have seen new faces who have got involved and came to our 80s disco themed meal and night out. We have more to look forward too, with NAMS in Cardiff at the end of this month (which we go into having had a winning team in the previous 3 tournaments entered!). 

We’re hoping to expand the club even further next year with the potential sourcing of equipment for the club so everyone can give it a go! We’re looking forward to welcoming you down for the new year, follow us on our instagram (@lmss_squashclub) and join our facebook group (Liverpool Medics Squash Club) to keep up to date with developments at the club!


President: Rohan Drawid


Thursday 19:00-20:00, St. Nicholas Academy.

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The cricket society within the LMSS is one where I have been involved in since I was a fresher. Now as I approach my final years, I can share how magnificent my experience has been.

I feel that the society offers the chance for anyone, whether you are new to the sport, experienced, whatever it is, just a nice social and physical (obviously!) activity where you can test your ability and also get to know others from different year groups. We have also had the chance to play other medical society’s cricket teams such as the match we had with the Manchester medics before COVID. 

We run training sessions on most weeks, and we are hoping to get more people involved going into the future! 

I think the best thing about coming to cricket is the range of abilities we all have. It’s nice to see really experienced cricketers training alongside others who are new to the game. There is a nice light hearted atmosphere when you come, and you can really gel right in no matter who you are.

@livmedicscricket ?


Club Captain – David Flynn


Thursday 17:00-18:00, Toxteth Firefit Hub

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Liverpool Medics Basketball! ?

With a variety of abilities and members ranging from freshers to 5th years, medics basketball club is really looking to expand. 

More local matches, an increased social presence and sessions targeted specifically towards those looking to get started in the sport, means there will be something for everyone in the coming year. 

I’ve had a fantastic experience with the club, being able to play in competitive tournaments against other universities has definitely been a highlight of sport at uni. With an artistically dubious new logo, some cheeky stash in the works and a new committee, medics basketball is definitely the club to join.