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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Saints strike back to ease past Edinburgh

ST ANDREWS MEN’S 1STS                    4     -        1            EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY 4THS ST ANDREWS MEN’S 2NDS              ...

Another round of internationals draws us closer to EURO 2016

Another round of international friendlies have come and gone, built up to be very important by the media- the last round of fixtures before...

Saints breeze past Glasgow Caledonian in cup fixture

In their first match after the winter break, the men’s first football team welcomed their counterparts from Glasgow Caledonian University for their round of 16 clash in the Queen’s Park Shield.

Cheating in Sport

After the recent revelations of doping and match fixing occuring in a number of sports, James Gray considers the frightening prospect that cheating may be more prevalent than we realise.

It’s Rangers For Me?

COMMENT So goes one of the older tunes sung by the Rangers support in the bygone days of yore. However, its sentiment is as the...

Over and out: another ignominious English departure

Sport Editor Andrew Sinclair takes a look at the embarrasment of England's EURO 2016 performance and why it was a long time coming.

Wales win national University clash

An opportunist goal early in the second half from Ellis Bellamy, son of the former Newcastle United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Wales Internationalist, Craig,...

A love letter to the Old Firm

At the risk of sounding like a geriatric or your least favourite elderly relative, I remember the good old days. I remember the days when...

Brits abroad: is the Premier League’s superiority under question?

Aaron Ramsey has reportedly just signed a pre-contract deal with Juventus worth £400,000 a week, making the Wales midfielder the highest paid British footballer...

Are the skies looking blue once more for Parma?

Alex Hayes looks at the rise of Parma, who have put bankruptcy behind them and seem well on the way to achieving success once more.