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Wimbledon 2018 Preview, Predictions

There is arguably no tennis tournament as iconic as Wimbledon. Whether it is the grass courts, the all-white outfits, or the general feeling of privilege that accompanies the tournament. In Britain the tournament holds even greater meaning as the British grand slam and a scene of continued failure since Virginia Wade’s 70s triumph, right up until Andy Murray ended...

World Cup Last 16 Preview, Predictions

World Cup Last 16 Predictions Saturday, 30th June: France vs Argentina (3pm) – The knockout stages kickoff with surely the tie of the round - a clash between two traditional footballing powerhouses, both of whom however didn’t enjoy the best of group stage showings. France topped Group C but hardly set the world alight in any of their 3 games while...

The unique spectre of the World Cup

The noise is deafening, the atmosphere electric, and the tension palpable. The ball is fired across the box only for a defender’s desperate lunge to intercept. The ball is played back in, a poor touch but it sits up nicely. He steadies himself, clearly aware of the momentous nature of the occasion. ‘This is it’ screams the commentator. He...

Ladies Golf Club successfully complete four rounds of golf in a day for charity

The team of 9 raised over £3,500 for charity as they walked over 35 kilometres over 16 hours.

Saints edged out in bid for promotion

Deputy sports editor Joel McInally reports on the Women's basketball first team as they faced Nottingham Trent in a playoff for promotion.

Fight Night proves to be a knockout

On an evening that will have left both the competitors and spectators dazed the next morning, deputy sports editor Gus Portig reflects on the inaugural Fight Night.

Ladies’ Golf Club to play 648 holes in a day

The event will take place on the 28th of April, with all proceeds going to St Andrews Legacy and Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre.

County Championship poised for another season

Deputy sports editor Jason Segall previews what promises to be another exciting year of County Championship cricket.

Merci Arsene: A retrospective on one of English football’s most influential figures

Editor-in-Chief pays homage to Arsene Wenger, who recently announced he would be stepping down as manager of Arsenal at the end of the season.

Commonwealth Games: colonial relic or valid sporting event?

As the dust settles on the Commonwealth Games, Sports editor Seoras Lyall offers some reflection on what has proven to be a controversial event.