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Friday, September 21, 2018

Saints coaches travel to New Zealand to learn from the best

University of St Andrews Director of Rugby David Ross, assistant coach Chris Martin and performance analyst Burhan Torgut are traveling to the other side...

Six Nations review: two in a row for dogged England

Whilst some stout defence and pinpoint kicking from Ireland prevented England from securing back-to-back Grand Slams, nothing could stop Eddie Jones’s side from retaining...

The unpopular rise of RB Leipzig

Red Bull Leipzig currently sit third in the Bundesliga in their first campaign since promotion. However, their success has not gone down well with German football purists.

The Camanachd Cup Final: more than just a game

Shinty is one of the oldest sports in existence and last weekend saw the annual cup final take place in Fort William and it proved to be a cracker.

Saints taste success at Scottish Mixed Martial Arts Rookie Tournament

Held by the University of Aberdeen, and their club (the Aberdeen All Round Fighters), two individuals from the University of St. Andrews competed in...

Typhoons triumphant in the Jonny Wookey memorial match

Jonny could not have been more vindicated. The Wookey memorial could not have been a more fitting tribute; and as for the Typhoons win? It was merely the icing on the hockey-playing cake.

Hopefully the Olympics can bring joy to unhappy Brazil

It will in all likelihood be the sporting highlight of the summer. In August, over 10,000 athletes from over 200 nations will descend on...

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

The dilemma of Nepalese sport

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

Breaking2: marathon’s moon-shot

“Breaking the two-hour marathon barrier is impossible. Everyone knows that. History knows it. Science knows it. Anyone in their right mind knows it. It’s...