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Mixed emotions for the men’s and women’s varsity teams

The women secured a 17-5 win while the men succumbed to a 21-10 defeat

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Convincing win for University of Manchester Hockey in league opener

The home team made it look oh-so-easy with a 4-2 against the University of Liverpool

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Behind the scenes at City

A look at the ever-growing media team behind the Premier League leaders

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“It feels like we’re moving in the right direction”

Futsal is a sport on the rise and Sam Cooper spoke with Manchester Futsal Chairman Simon Wright for his view on the state of his club and the sport as a whole

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Women win, men lose: Varsity 2017 – as it happened

The women’s team secured victory but the men’s team were defeated by their city rivals at the AJ Bell Stadium.

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City and United Maintain European 100% Record

The two Manchester clubs have six points from six as they look to see qualification from the group stage

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Team Manchester Retain ECB City Cup

The Red Rose county’s entry in to the ECB City Cup competition ran out victorious

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Ex-Premier League referee Chris Foy opens new pitch in Manchester

The referee was back in the North West for the unveiling of a new 3G pitch

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Review: Cafe Football

A tasty change of pace from a trip to your local Spoons.

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Guardiola can not afford to repeat last season’s mistakes

The start of the season has been impressive, but the Manchester City boss must be wary of last season’s failures

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Five sport societies to join this September

Some hidden gem societies to sink your teeth into.

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Is university sport a viable alternative to the Premier League?

With ticket prices continuing to rise in the Premier League, more students are finding it difficult to follow their favourite club