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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Cerys Baines

Foxes do the double in college Futsal

Foxes ended up victorious after a dramatic final against M&Ms that was decided by penalties.

Worcester win hockey Cuppers again

Sweet revenge for Worcester as they defeat Teddy Hall

Riding into the Record Books

British road cyclists seek to defend their titles after a dominant few years in the Grand Tours

Super Saturday Double-Header in Women’s Rugby

The time was here. The stage was set. The teams were ready. A grey and overcast Saturday of 1st Week provided the perfect conditions...

Trials and Tests for female cricketers

Claire Taylor, an alumnus of The Queen’s College, Oxford, is known for being one of the best female cricketers England has ever seen. Taylor...

Women in Sport: OUWAFC President Charlotte Rougier

An interview with OUWAFC President Charlotte Rougier

Women’s football at its peak ahead of World Cup

Women’s football is growing rapidly, but more needs to be done to ensure equality

Cambridge win all four Boat Races for the second year in a row

The women's race kicked off first and although Oxford seemed to get a good start, soon after the Cambridge boat dug deep and pushed...

OUWAFC take on the Tabs

On a sunny but very windy afternoon on Sunday 10th March, the Women’s Football Blues faced Cambridge in their annual Varsity match at the...

Follow the Money: How football puts finance over fans

In light of Bolton Wanderers' narrow escape from administration, we need to confront how money dominates our nation's favourite sport.

Rugby League: Saints and Dragons victorious so far, though questions over League’s future structure

Cerys Baines summarises the rugby league season so far and looks forward to what is to come for the game.