Thomas McMahon investigates the players who’s efforts perhaps should have been rewarded at last week’s Football League Awards
England International Curling Player and 3rd XI Hockey captain
The Mancunion reports as Australia moves into the rugby season..
In 120 minutes of the 2010 World Cup Final, Arjen Robben did not complete a single pass to Robin Van Persie. Robben’s passing wasn’t much better in last week’s international between England and the Netherlands. The Bayern Munich winger scored two brilliant goals but he failed to supply Van Persie, the Arsenal forward who as […]
Taking a look at what happened to sports stars of the past
University of Manchester Women’s 1st XI – 2
University of Salford Women’s 1st XI – 1
Taking a look at our favourite athletes of the past…
John Amaechi on the problem of homophobia within Premier League football.
Christie Cup 2012
University of Manchester Men’s 1st XV – 72
University of Worcester – 5
The increase in temperature, the proximity of Easter and the sudden appearance of that strange, bright ball we may have once called the Sun can only mean two things: spring is coming to Manchester and, more importantly, the grand circus that is Formula One is about to begin again. So what awaits us in the […]
University of Manchester Men’s Hockey 4
Newcastle University Men’s Hockey 2
University of Manchester 1st XI – 5
Northumbria University 1st XI – 1
As the London games approaches, Tom Harris takes a look at the British athletes who have caused controversy in such an important year for British sport.