Dominic Taylor | Content Writer After a disastrous first innings deficit, England beat incredible odds to win the first test of a series since 2018. Having won the toss, Pakistan captain Azhar Ali chose to bat first in overcast conditions. His batsmen did not let him down, managing to get a respectable 326 runs in their first innings. Shan Masood showed a patient display with … Continue reading England Victorious in First Test: Woakes and Buttler heroics enough to win captivating first test against Pakistan.
Eliot K. Raman Jones | Sports Editor It has been a unique season in the Premier League, and not just because of the ongoing pandemic. Liverpool, the team who have had to endure 30 long years since their last title, ended their wait for that particular piece of silverware when second-placed Manchester City lost at Chelsea on June 25th, meaning that The Reds could no … Continue reading Final Day Of The Premier League: A Guide
Sela Musa | Features Editor How making sure you aren’t a killjoy seems to be in the small print of joining university sports clubs. Toxic club culture (TCC) refers to one of the many subcultures created by clubs – mainly sports clubs – that alienates certain people in and out of them. There’s disagreement on what makes a culture ‘toxic’. For example, the drinking … Continue reading Toxic Club Culture
Dominic Taylor | Sports Editor With SU Sabbatical Officer elections coming up, the Founder takes a look at the campaigns and manifestos of candidates battling to become the newly created VP Societies and Sports. Alex Winch Alex Winch is a third-year Politics and International Relations student, secretary of Men’s football, a keen supporter of all clubs and societies and a familiar face on campus. Additionally, … Continue reading Campaigns and Manifestos: VP Societies and Sports
Student Writer | Annabel Drugan Friday the 20th of September sees Japan host the first game of the 2019 Rugby World Cup with a fixture against Russia at the Tokyo Stadium. It is the first time this competition is to be held in Asia and is set to be, arguably, one of the closest Rugby World Cups in its history with several countries similarly matched … Continue reading Event of the Month Preview: Rugby World Cup 2019
Student | Rita Mataruka Picture this: you, drenched in sweat, pathetically trying to work your glutes (so that you can obtain that Beyoncé bum you’ve always wanted) amidst a host of intimidating athletes, glistening and grunting their way through reps. Scattered amongst these professionals are beast machines, resembling closer to aliens than exercise equipment. For some, I just described your natural habitat. But for the … Continue reading Review: Our New Uni Gym
Mens Football Match Report: RHUL I 5-4 BRIGHTON IV Continue reading Mens Football Claw Their Way back to Victory Against Brighton
Red card, or green light? Nick Horny’s ‘Fever Pitch’ in the shadow of Hillsborough 1989 Continue reading The Cat-ologue: ‘Fever Pitch’