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A Northern Away Day: Swansea’s trip to Rotherham

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Image Credit: [James Felton] Sports Editor James Felton gives us his perspective on the Swans visit to South Yorkshire, where Rotherham United stole a late win. After the summer spent looking forward to Championship away days, I visited Rotherham on Saturday in what was my first ever away game in … Read More

World Cup win for diverse France

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Image Credit: [Getty Images] Sports Editor James Felton argues that multiculturalism off the pitch leads to success on it. Black History Month is both a time to celebrate the achievements of inspirational human beings, as well as realising how far, as a society, and as a sport, we still have … Read More

University of Leeds Break Varsity Duck with Maiden Victory

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Image Credit: [Robbie Cairns] Uni Find the Magic Combination to End Thirteen Years of Hurt against Beckett. After 14 years in the wilderness, and thirteen straight Beckett victories, Leeds University were finally pronounced annual Varsity champions, winning by a single point. Despite defeat in the rugby finale, the Gryphons managed … Read More

Europe Win Ryder Cup in Style

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Image Credit: [Sky Sports] Europe beat a star-studded US team to reclaim the Ryder Cup in Paris 17½ – 10½. This weekend witnessed Europe beat team USA 17½ – 10½ at a thrilling, but one-sided, contest in Paris. The hosts thus regained the coveted trophy after their 17-11 drubbing in … Read More

Leeds: Home of Sporting Greats

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Image Credit [University of Leeds] Leeds, aside from the outstanding sporting teams that it possesses, also lays claim to having produced many a world-class sportsman and woman. The triathlon is but one example of this, with the city of Leeds hosting the UK’s Triathlon Centre. The Brownlee brothers, who originally … Read More

#MyVoteCounts – Why you need to go out and vote tomorrow

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Still not sure who to vote for? Still not sure why you should bother? We spoke to four students voting in tomorrow’s election to find out why they’re voting and why they feel like their vote will make a difference. Luke Etheridge – Fourth year automotive engineering student Another year, … Read More

Basketball match ends in brave defeat

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It was a tough day at the office for Leeds’ basketball teams in the Christie Championships, as they suffered defeats by Manchester and Liverpool. A high scoring game ended with a 67-43 defeat the home men against Manchester, with the women losing 57-22 to the same opponents. Manchester then made … Read More

Super Sergio does it for Seve

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They say good things happen to good people. Well, on a beautiful Sunday evening at Augusta National in Georgia, USA, something spectacular happened to one of Europe’s most gifted golf players of all time. After failing to win in any of his 73 previous appearances at a major tournament, Sergio … Read More

BUCS Round-Up: 10th March

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Football: The Mens 3rd side beat Sheffield Hallam 3-0 away from home in order to avoid relegation in their last match of the season. Finishing fourth, in a league of six, Leeds 3rds could easily have finished in a higher place. Leeds 2nd, who are currently top of the league, … Read More

Luis to leave Barca

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Luis Enrique and Pep Guardiola have a lot in common. They were Barcelona team-mates in the late 90s, played together for the national side, and, can both lay claim to being two of Barcelona’s most successful managers of all time. Having won five La Liga titles and three Champions Leagues … Read More