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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Valiant Europeans brushed aside as American class shines through

Europe had won three consecutive Ryder Cups heading into the weekend but were brought back down to earth with a bang in Minnesota.

Lesson learned

Following a defeat at the hands of Loughborough, Jason Segall reflects on the fortunes of the St Andrews women's basketball team.

Team USA favourites for first Ryder Cup triumph in 8 years

The Ryder Cup is still one of Golf's highlights and this year's competition is set to be classic - will Team USA come out on top for the first time since 2008?

Is Chinese football becoming a competitive global force?

Richard Hunter looks at the astonishing growth of the Chinese Super League and what it means for football in the wider context.

To the byline

In light of the disbanding of the Men's Golf Club committee, Sport editor Andrew Williams asks if the punishment fits the crime

Despite everything, the magic of the FA Cup lives on

In recent years, the FA Cup, football’s oldest cup competition, has lost some of its zest. The top English clubs do not hold it...

Flair, flares and fanaticism: the Ataturk experience

Club matches at Turkey's national stadium – the Ataturk – are always a strange affair. The $140m centrepiece of Istanbul's bid for the 2008...

Why the FA needs to implement reform now

Sam Connolly offers a firm criticism of the FA and presses the case for immediate and urgent reform.

From Strength to Strength – A Basketball review

An excellent review of a dynamic first semester for the Saints Basketball Club.