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Monday, September 24, 2018

Typhoons edge Eagles in varsity thriller

Late goals from Spencer Albert and Nicholas Hauger helped the St Andrews Typhoons retain the Jonny Wookey Memorial Varsity with a 7-5 win over...

F1 Season starts with a bang

Deputy sports editor Harry Dean previews what has already proven to be an exciting start to the F1 season, as well as reviewing the Australian Grand Prix.

Saint Sport Interview: Tennis

The Saint spoke to Tennis Club President Tori Linton and Vice-President Catherine Phelps about the changes taking place at the club and their hopes...

China: Is it the future for golf?

For the second time in 2013, a young Chinese prodigy is breaking records and grabbing the headlines in the golfing world. But how is...

Quidditch society enchants muggles for fun

The story goes that J K Rowling, renowned muggle writer, dreamt up much of the Harry Potter universe on a delayed train journey from...

Judo host first ever SSS event

The Judo club host their first ever SSS championships and win several medals. Sports editor Seoras Lyall reports on the club who most closely resemble a performance sport without the official label.

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.

Water Polo have successful year in and out of the pool

The University of St Andrews Water Polo Club is still hard at work both in and out of the pool to finish off what...

Excitement builds for the most anticipated Masters in a long time

With big stars such as Tiger Woods returning to the top of their game, Senior Copy editor James Fox previews what looks to be the most anticipated Masters tournament in a long time.

Behind the wheel: Scotland’s golden motorsport heritage

What springs to mind when you think about Scotland’s contribution to the sporting world? Perhaps Andy Murray beating Djokovic to the Wimbledon title or,...