Tag : Ryan Wan

Uni ready for Beckett ahead of Varsity clash

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With Varsity next week, The Gryphon Sport had the chance to speak with Jonny House, captain of the men’s rugby union team, about the upcoming Varsity game.   It was a great result for you last year winning the Varsity finale. How have the pre-season preparations been going? Preparations have … Read More

American NFL players kneel in defiance of Trump

12 months ago / 0 comments

The NFL took over London again on Sunday with the Miami Dolphins playing the New Orleans Saints at Wembley. The game finished 20-0 with a lockout for the Saints, who managed to keep the Dolphins offense from scoring a single point. Michael Thomas stole the show with an unstoppable performance, … Read More

Debate: Should the Six Nations have relegation?

2 years ago / 0 comments

YES  The Super Bowl shows the interest and spectacle that can be generated by play-off matches, and the Six Nations would be fools to miss out on this. In their first ever Six Nations, Italy had a points difference of -122. Last year, their points difference was -145, and they … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Brilliant Brady turns things round for Patriots in Super Bowl LI

2 years ago / 0 comments

Last weekend was the long awaited Sunday (or Monday for foreign fans) in the football calendar. Last Sunday was Super Bowl Sunday. The two teams competing for the Lombardi trophy were the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots. These two teams were almost complete opposites in terms of Super Bowl … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A rocky start for England – Six Nations Round-Up and Week 2 Preview

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Six Nations Week 1 Roundup The 2017 Six Nations tournament started off with a bang this past weekend. Scotland started proceedings with a surprising upset against one of the tournament favourites, Ireland. The Scots started off strong, scoring three tries in the first half, two from MOTM Stuart Hogg. Ireland … Read More

Six Nations Preview – Dylan needs discipline for England

2 years ago / 0 comments

Scotland vs Ireland Scotland are coming off of a good Autumn series and their club sides have also been performing well, with Glasgow and Edinburgh both through to the knock out stages of the European Champions and Challenge Cups respectively. Although they have the home advantage, most will still consider … Read More

McGregor makes History at UFC 205

2 years ago / 0 comments

UFC 205 was hyped as the biggest UFC event ever, and with a stacked card to back it up, expectations were high. With “The Notorious” Conor McGregor headlining it was always going to be a big draw, but the bigger question was would it really deliver all the action it … Read More

Twenty-ninth time lucky for Ireland

2 years ago / 0 comments

This past weekend marked the start of the autumn internationals where the Southern Hemisphere teams travel to the North in a battle to see whose brand of rugby is superior. The rugby powerhouses of New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and Argentina will all be in action against the Six Nations … Read More

Mixed Emotions for Badminton Teams

2 years ago / 0 comments

Leeds University hosted three teams on Wednesday to kick off the first series of matches for this season’s BUCS league. The Women’s 1sts faced the Birmingham 1st team in the Premier North, while the Women’s 2nds were pitted against Huddersfield’s 1sts in Northern 2B and the Men’s 3rd came up … Read More

Colts run out of Luck in dying moments

2 years ago / 0 comments

On Sunday there was a sold out crowd at Wembley eager to watch a fierce football rivalry, however the likes of Rooney, Kane and Vardy were nowhere to be found. This was not your usual football match at Wembley and instead names such as Andrew Luck, Frank Gore and Allen … Read More