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    Hi,
    I was just wondering how many sport societies are you allowed to join? I mean i want to join the football and fencing society badly! Top priority! But i still want to do recreational tennis, athletics and some rowing from time to time. I know its alot and i wont have as much time to do it all, but are there rules or anything?


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    (Original post by Nearvan)
    Hi,
    I was just wondering how many sport societies are you allowed to join? I mean i want to join the football and fencing society badly! Top priority! But i still want to do recreational tennis, athletics and some rowing from time to time. I know its alot and i wont have as much time to do it all, but are there rules or anything?


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    There are no rules on how many societies you can join, no.

    Rowing you can't do 'from time to time' - it's all or nothing with them which I understand but is kind of annoying as I'd have loved to do it recreationally.

    If by athletics you mean just running round the track you can do that without being a member of the society.

    Tennis in theory you can do without being a member of the society - your sports pass allows you to use the courts - but it's probably just easier to join as you then have lots of ready people to play with!

    Also something to bear in mind that across all sports your first sports club is £30 for the year and then others are £20 each.
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    (Original post by RibenaRockstar)
    There are no rules on how many societies you can join, no.

    Rowing you can't do 'from time to time' - it's all or nothing with them which I understand but is kind of annoying as I'd have loved to do it recreationally.

    If by athletics you mean just running round the track you can do that without being a member of the society.

    Tennis in theory you can do without being a member of the society - your sports pass allows you to use the courts - but it's probably just easier to join as you then have lots of ready people to play with!

    Also something to bear in mind that across all sports your first sports club is £30 for the year and then others are £20 each.
    I really wanted to do the rowing, but joining clubs tend to get intense. I doubt i'll have so much time. I guess 20£ a year isnt that much. I'll have to figurw out something. Thanks


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