Sunday, February 26, 2017
Sam Connolly offers a firm criticism of the FA and presses the case for immediate and urgent reform.
Deputy sport editor Jason Segall offers his thoughts on the resignation of Alastair Cook as England Cricket captain and contemplates the legacy he has left behind, as well as potential replacements.
Joel McInally recaps the mesmerising Australian Open final and reflects on yet another chapter in the rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Aikido Club Captain Brendan Mackay took some time out of his schedule to meet with The Saint and discuss some exciting projects on the horizon for the club.
Richard Hunter takes a look at the New England Patriots, a sporting machine who show absolutely no sign of stopping.
Jack Rennison takes a lot at the attempts at world sporting dominance by China and whether they are possible in the long-term.
Harry Dean compares the Patriots' comeback win in the Superbowl with other memorable sporting comebacks.
I wrote an article last semester highlighting the steady decline in popularity that golf has had in recent years. This is shown by the fact that 2016 was the eighth year in a row where there were more golf courses being closed than opened in the U.S.A., and this is a trend that doesn’t seem to be stopping. Sports...
Sport editor Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from University Park last week, where the men's rugby team manfully took down Worcester 78-0 to cement their position atop the table.
In their first match after the winter break, the men’s first football team welcomed their counterparts from Glasgow Caledonian University for their round of 16 clash in the Queen’s Park Shield.