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Saturday, February 23, 2019

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.

Saints rue missed chances in thrilling memorial match

St Andrews Typhoons took on Edinburgh Eagles at Dundee in the Jonny Wookey Memorial Match. As one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar, the game did not disappoint.

“Lovable losers” no more: Chicago Cubs are World Series champions

Harry Dean recaps the Chicago Cubs dramatic victory in the MLB World Series, perhaps the best of 2016's numerous sporting fairytales.

Big things on the horizon for the St Andrews Mountaineering Club

Henry Mallin went to meet with members of the Mountaineering Club to discuss their successes so far and what's next for one of St Andrews' fastest growing clubs.

Squash Club challenge University over facilities

The Squash Club’s view is that the Sports Centre have failed to make good on promises to build new courts

Handball makes stellar progress

In just three years, the St Andrews Handball Club have recorded some impressive progress, none more so than this season.

University Boat Club secures historic first BUCS points with third place...

An excellent performance from the senior women’s coxed fours helped the University of St Andrews Boat Club secure its first ever BUCS points on...

Taekwondo: Senior Master O’Neill Comes to Town

Ross Somerville provides a thrilling description of the visit of Master O'Neill to St Andrews, and how taekwondo isn't all about breaking bricks!

Polo set for horsing around at Balgove

One of the myriad of wonderful legacies bequeathed to us by the British Empire is without question the game of polo, a gentleman’s sport...

The dilemma of Nepalese sport

Priyam Pokhrel takes an interesting look at the problems with the current sporting climate in Nepal.