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Ed Hyde (FH 11-16) receives Hawks Club Award

Ed Hyde was recipient of the Cambridge University Hawk of the Year 2019-2020 Award

29 Jun 2020

Hawk of the Year: Ed Hyde (CUCC, CURC, CURTC, CURFC, CUAFL)

The Hawks’ Club, which has been in existence since 1872, represents elite sportsmen at the University of Cambridge and the ‘Hawk of the Year’ Award recognises outstanding achievement and commitment to sport.
Author: Alex Moen (FH 13-18) writes:
Congratulations to Ed Hyde who is the 2019-20 Hawks’ Club Hawk of the Year! Ed has played (and refereed) at an exceptionally high standard across a plethora of sports, representing no fewer than six clubs so far in his university career. His many sporting achievements include this year topping the University batting averages in the summer of 2019, as well as captaining the Rackets Club to a thumping victory in the Varsity Match in January 2020. His dedication to the Hawks’ Club and University sport in general is unrivalled.

Summary of Achievements (since July 2019)
  • Full Blue
  • Blues Vice-Captain (2019-20)
  • Top of Batting Averages for Blues in 2019

  • Awarded Extraordinary Full Blue in November 2019
  • Blues Captain 2019/20
  • Winning Varsity Match 2020
  • National U24 Doubles Champion December 2019

Real Tennis
  • Half Blue
  • Great Britain Development Squad 2019/20
Rugby Fives
  • Half Blue
Association Football
  • FA Level 6 Qualified Football Referee
  • Referees Premier League Academy matches, university and college matches

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