Thursday, December 7, 2017
Deputy editor Andrew Sinclair reflects on how boxing's reputation may have been damaged by the two big fights of the summer.
Sports editor Seoras Lyall reports from Murrayfield to see if St Andrews can make it five wins in a row against their Varsity rivals Edinburgh.
Harry Dean takes a look to see if the West Indies can once again become a cricketing superpower.
For those of you who couldn't make it to the Varsity matches today - The Saint will be liveblogging throughout!
Jason Segall reflects on an interesting summer of cricket to look forward towards an impending Ashes down under.

Sports to Give a Go

Sport is an integral part of university life in St Andrews, which boasts over 60 different clubs and societies available to try. Most of these offer ‘give it a go’ sessions during Freshers’ designed for people who are out to try something new. These vary from the more traditional sports such as Hockey and Rugby to the more niche...
Deputy editor Andrew Sinclair provides you with a primer for the biggest sporting event on the St Andrews calendar.
Whilst the financial aspect of the game has continued to grow in recent seasons, this summer has seen a gargantuan leap in spending by clubs up and down the Premier League. With the season due to start this evening, with Arsenal hosting Leicester, the 20 league clubs have already spent over £1 billion.
The new season is soon upon us. Last year Celtic had the most unbelievable season, finishing undefeated and doing the domestic treble. Can any of the chasing pack catch them this year, or are Brendan Rodgers side on course for a seventh consecutive league title?
Having taken a Bronze medal and picked up their first ever BUCS points in March, the University of St Andrews Boat Club enjoyed a historic performance at the Henley Women’s Regatta 16 June. Last year’s efforts allowed the UStABC to send one crew to the famous Regatta, but this year their efforts were doubled and they put in some astounding...