UWICUniversity of Wales Institute Cardiff (Wales, UK)
UWICUniversity Wide Impact Committee (Southern Connecticut State University; New Haven, CT)
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Bethan Lloyd had the first chance when she was put through on goal by Lauren Townsend, but her low shot was well saved by Uwic keeper, Sophie Dando.
UWIC made the game safe after the break when prop forward Joe Tomlinson crashed over for their third try.
Uwic was engaged in collaborative working within Wales which led, amongst other things, to the establishment of the Wales Institute for Research in Art & Design and the South East Wales Centre for Teacher Education and Training.
At the moment, UWIC has over seventy Omani students, who have excelled in subjects such as tourism, biomedical science, business information systems, human resources management and business administration," he added.
UWIC were still in the driving seat at 93-88 but, helped by free throws from Wrice, Northumbria took the game into overtime.
The first is that the institutions have not been under the ownership of Glamorgan County Council since 1974 at which time the University of Glamorgan transferred to Mid Glamorgan County Council and Uwic to South Glamorgan County Council.
It was a fifth championship crown for UWIC in seven seasons - but they had to work hard to achieve it against a determined Northumbria.
A high kick by home full-back Ryan Lee took an erratic bounce in the Uwic half, leaving their full-back Owen Jenkins stranded and allowing Lee to scoop up the ball and run in for the touchdown.
The university said the Uwic descriptor would be retained for the foreseeable future.
Gareth Warburton failed to reach Elite Cymru's requirements as a teenager but he could have qualified for TASS when he started at UWIC four years ago.
That try opened the floodgates after a fairly even first 10 minutes as Uwic became dominant with powerful individual performances.
But the University and College Union (UCU) said the decision "adds to the anxiety" among members and puts Uwic "at odds" with the government and funding council.