A deep dive into my love of swimming

17th September 2020

Lisa Paul opens up about her passion for swimming and how she has coped without being in the pool. For as long as I can remember swimming has been a part of my life. Unlike a lot of the other girls at my school who dreaded the compulsory biweekly swimming lesson, I recall feeling sick ...


Student sport for 2020/21: what’s it going to look like?

12th September 2020

Promotion and relegation binned for student leagues during 2020-21, with recreational sport planning to return to normal in time for Freshers’ Week. British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS), the authority for higher education sport, has announced that there will be no promotion or relegation in BUCS leagues during 2020-21 due to the ongoing effects of ...


Glasgow University Men’s Football Club enter West of Scotland Football League

10th September 2020

GUFC prepare for historic season in the newly founded league. Glasgow University Men’s Football Club (GUFC) are preparing for a historic season this year after entering the newly founded West of Scotland Football League. The club will play in Tier 7, the second division of the league, which is made up of three conferences. Entry ...


Virtual sports, bookies’ favourites over lockdown

31st August 2020

Figures show a dramatic rise in stakes placed on virtual sports market over lockdown. It’s a warm summer afternoon at Crown Park, the pixilated figures in the stands tense for what is undoubtedly going to be a mighty clash between two top-rated sides of Leicester United and Manchester Blues, honourably hosted by Irish bookmakers PaddyPower. ...


Scottish Premiership 20/21 preview

28th August 2020

A look at what will be an undoubtedly dramatic season in the Scottish top flight. The Title Race Celtic Neil Lennon stands on the brink of history, 10 league titles in a row. Celtic are, however, as they are every summer, a work in progress. The departure of Fraser Forster has seen the arrival of ...


A season abandoned

3rd June 2020

Paul Dawson Writer The fallout from the ending of the 2019/20 Scottish football season. May 18th will be noted as one of the most significant days in the history books of Scottish football, as the Scottish Football Association made the decision to end the top flight 2019/20 season with Celtic being crowned champions and Hearts ...


Sport on the page

2nd May 2020

Luke Chafer  Writer Luke Chafer guides you through some of the best sportsbooks to get your sporting fix during self-isolation  The current Covid-19 crisis has resulted in a sporting void, and whilst some have opted to watch a number of replays of great sporting triumphs to reminisce summers gone, one other alternative to get your ...


How to get your sports fix in the middle of a pandemic

30th April 2020

Jordan Hunter Deputy News Editor A list of the greatest sports movies With the majority of sporting events being cancelled and postponed for the foreseeable future, the sports community is evidently suffering. While we can rewatch the glorious highlights of past triumphs all we want, it’s just not the same at all – largely because ...


Belarus play on as the rest of Europe calls full time

28th April 2020

Luke Chafer Writer In a world without sport, one country is ignoring all advice and playing on – but for how long? Saturday 28 March, fans poured into the Stadion FK Minsk to watch the Belarusian classico. For those of you who aren’t avid Belarusian football followers, the classico is the meeting of FC Mink and ...


How little does sport matter?

26th April 2020

Craig Smith Sports Reporter In a time of global crisis, Craig Smith writes how insignificant the often faux-important world of sport seems on reflection. Sport undoubtedly pales into insignificance when considering the horrors that the world is currently facing. Liverpool raising the Premier League title is insignificant when faced with mounting deaths across the globe ...