19th September 2012
Sport news in brief
A quick roundup of some of the spoting stories from the week.
Ricky Hatton Set to Return
Former world champion boxer Ricky Hatton has announced his return to boxing after over three years out. The 33-year old Mancunian has stated he wants Britain to be proud of him again.
Man Utd honour dead Police Officers
Manchester United wore black armbands in their match against Galatasary last Wednesday as a mark of respect for the two female police officers killed in Manchester last week.
Oxford introduce new Rugby League side
A new rugby league side from Oxford are set to be admitted to Championship One in 2013. They will be coached by former New Zealand international Tony Benson.
Why have Red Bull been so dominant, and what does this dominance mean for Formula 1?
Red Bull have re-emerged as the dominant force in F1. But, what does this mean for their competitors, and F1’s media coverage?
Lancashire cricket team begin home Blast campaign with two wins
Lancashire Lightning start their T20 Blast campaign strongly, knocking out British cricket rivals Lancashire Lightning start their T20 Blast campaign strongly, knocking out British cricket rivals left right and centre. But will the winning streak continue into the summer?
Manchester is purple: UoM vs MMU’s first rugby varsity clash in six years doesn’t disappoint
Against the odds UoM pulled off a stunning derby win against rivals MMU. We give a match break down to see just how they did it.
How a climate protest masked Formula E’s growing crisis
Formula E’s latest race exposed some of its biggest flaws from potentially dangerous driving to limits to low energy consumption.