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UoM secured an impressive victory over Edinburgh to gain top spot. Photo: #parkgatemansion

Fencing team secure top spot following victory over Edinburgh

Universty of Manchester 135 – 106 Edinburgh University

Andy Murray's year has been a roller coaster ride of emotion. Photo: James Bird @Flickr.

Why 2012 has been a fantastic year for tennis

Jack Mollart explains why this year has been one of the most fascinating ever for tennis.

University of Manchester's two Rugby clubs haven't always seen eye to eye. Photo: Courtesy of UMRFC.

Brothers at War

Andrew Georgeson explores the differences between the Union and League clubs of Manchester University.

Manchester entered three different boats to this year's competition.

Manchester Boat Club take to Thames for Head of the River Fours

Matthew Naylor reports on the UoM Boat Club’s performance in the annual Fours Head of the River race.

Captain Lucy Darby was in imperious form as her team shocked league leaders Sheffield Photo: UoM Women's Tennis Club

Manchester into last 16 with victory over Sheffield

Women’s tennis: University of Manchester 8-4 University of Sheffield

Manchester had gained only one point this season before Wednesday's win. Photo: Cil Barnett-Neefs

Manchester come from behind to earn memorable win

Manchester Men’s First XI 3-1 Loughborough Men’s First XI

Captain Tulisa Fateh escapes the attentions of two Nottingham players Photo: Cil Barnett-Neefs

Manchester back on track with victory over Nottingham

Women’s hockey: University of Manchester 1st 3 – 2 University of Nottingham 1st

STAND aims to unite fans who are 'becoming increasingly disgruntled with the state of modern football' Photo:

Taking a stand against modern football

Matt Gibney meets Mark Smith, joint editor of the up-and-coming fanzine Stand Against Modern Football

Australia and New Zealand opted out of this year's Autumn International series Photo: Cadland @Flickr

Four Nations snub leaves England trailing

McNamara’s men need top-level competition ahead of next year’s World Cup

Team GB’s victory over Brazil at London 2012 has a sparked a real enthusiasm for women’s football Photo: damianjohnkerr @Flickr

Women’s Football: How realistic is the five-year plan?

The ‘Game Changer’ plan does nothing to ease worries about the state of the women’s game

Wenger has managed Arsenal for over 20 years. Photo: Ronnie MacDonald

Wenger’s moving measure of success

After seven trophy-less years, should Arsenal be satisfied with Champions League football?

St. Andrew's Day fixtures are still played against the same 118-yard wall today, in the shadow of Eton College. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Bizarre Sports #7 – The Eton Wall Game

We put the Olympics to shame by bringing to light some truly obscure sports. This week: The Eton Wall Game