OXFORD University completed a Varsity double over Cambridge after both teams paid tribute to Micky Lewis.

The men's side beat their rivals 2-0 at Court Place Farm in their 136th meeting, following a 3-0 win for the women earlier in the day.

It was always going to be a Varsity fixture with more emotion than usual, coming less than four months after Lewis died suddenly in March.

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The 56-year-old was best known for his career with Oxford United, but coached the university men's side for 18 years once he finished playing.

There was a minute's applause in his honour between the two matches, with wife Suzanne and son Zach presented with a framed Oxford University AFC blazer.

It was also poignant that the fixture was held at Court Place Farm, where Lewis was head coach of the men's section of Oxford City's Velocity football and education programme.

The students put in a performance that would have made the much-loved former coach proud, as the women dominated their game to claim their 13th win in the fixture, seven fewer than Cambridge.

Cadie Higginson, Alessandra David and Grace Molloy scored, before the men took up the baton.

In a game overseen by former Premier League referee David Coote, Oxford scored either side of half-time through Chris Coveney and Alfie Cicale.

They have now claimed 54 Varsity victories, compared to Cambridge's 50.