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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Preview: Cricket World Cup 2019

There is surely nothing more quintessentially English than a spot of cricket on a warm summer’s day. For all its quirky oddities and perceived...

Saints storm to Fife success

While most of St Andrews is in the library, or recovering from a messy Friday night, the St Andrews Men’s Saturday Amateur team are...

Champions League, Quarter-finals review

Football’s most exciting competition resumed a couple of weeks ago and the exhilarating entertainment it has already provided in the group stages and round...

An ode to sport in St Andrews

As one chapter of your life draws to a close, you gradually begin to reminisce about what’s gone before. The good and the bad,...

Which football team should you support in St Andrews?

It may not have the glitz and glamour of the Premier League or the box office of American sports but Scottish football does have...

Typhoons avenge 2018 defeat with confident win over Edinburgh

The Jonny Wookey Memorial Game is an event really like no other in the St Andrean sporting calendar. Over a few short years it...

Grief and mourning in football: have we gone too far?

A football game can be an unusual place for dealing with grief. But for 90 minutes, in the confines of those stadium walls, you...

Success for the Boat Club south of the border

Whilst many of us holidayed, or potentially revised during our spring break, this year the London Head of the River Race took place. This...

Tiger goes down a storm at Augusta

There is nothing quite like a great comeback in sport. Liverpool’s miracle in Istanbul, Agassi at Roland Garros in 1999, France against the All-Blacks...

Masters 2019: a preview

It is an oft repeated golfing proverb that the Masters doesn’t begin until the back nine on Sunday. For some, there it ends. The...