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Student Groups
Voting closed 10 months ago.
Number of vacancies: 1

Count and results

Date count run 08 Mar 2019
Election rules ERS97 STV
Candidates running 3
Available position 1
Total ballots 453
Valid votes 453
Invalid votes 0


Round Christopher Cooper Conrad Woolley RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Quota
1 253.00 164.00 36.00 0.00 26.50 226.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 226.50. Candidate Christopher Cooper has reached the Quota and is elected.

Winner is Christopher Cooper.


Conrad Woolley

Conrad Woolley


Ensuring to maintain good relations with Mully’s staff to keep Sportsnights running smoothly for all involved

Aim to bring back free ULU club nights to provide an alternative to ROXY

Promote sports clubs big games to ensure support and union between RUMS clubs

Provide a more affordable Sports Ball which perhaps opens the opportunity for another sport-related ball at the end of the first term, as everyone likes dressing up

Make more of a deal about themed Sportsights in order to ensure all clubs take part and do their bit to support the cause, as well as make more money for charity, and provide awards to clubs that make the best effort to aid this

Aim to increase the number of inter-club socials to allow people to get to know members of other clubs better

Why I would be good for the job:

My experience as 1st XI Captain of football has forced me to be organised and manage my time well, in addition to having to often communicate with the Union, with whom I have a solid rapport.

I am also dedicated and am annoyingly persistent which allows me to get stuff done.


Christopher Cooper

Christopher Cooper

I am standing for Sports and Societies VP because:

Be a voice for the sports and societies of RUMS

Represent your views to the union and medical school

I have been an active member of both Cricket and Football for 4 years

Nurture the relationship with the Huntley staff to maintain enjoyable sport nights

Give greater advertisement to the arts and societies outside of sport

Back Cooper for Sports and Societies VP

Build on previous years to deliver a high quality sports ball and freshers fair

Umpire and referee training schemes for clubs to have qualified members

Coaching and tutoring qualifications for members who want to become coaches or tutors

Keep sports night drink prices the same

Explain the many benefits of sports and societies to the incoming freshers

Talk to Roxy about queue jump cards for society committee members

Support the sports and societies of RUMS to make next year an exceptional year

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