The match started off with Leeds University on the back foot, with Leeds University fly-half, Hannah Morton, making a great tackle on Beckett’s left-winger, Olivia Almond. After a slightly cautious first five minutes, Leeds University […]
The University of Leeds suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Leeds Becket, the game finishing an extremely close 65-63.
Derby day finally dawned – for the University of Leeds footy boys it was time for the short trip to the Leeds Beckett Campus in what was set to be a scintillating day of football. All 4 teams were to meet their rivals head to head in arguably the most competitive fixture of the year.
Image Credit: [Leeds University Union Women’s Association Football Club] In a competitive fixture, the women’s second football team suffered a narrow defeat to arch- rivals Leeds Beckett. There was a nervy start for both sides, […]
The list of countries where rugby is the national game is a vanishingly elite band. Most sports fans might reel off New Zealand, Wales, South Africa and at a push the Pacific Island nations. One that won’t be on the tip of most tongues is the former Soviet state of Georgia, who faced up against a much-fancied Wales outfit in their tournament opener. A slick first half from Warren Gatland’s men put the game beyond doubt, but an evenly fought second reflected the battling qualities of the Georgians.
White wine with chicken. Pitta with humous. Ferrari winning in Italy. Is there anything more natural, or fitting? Yet this is Ferrari’s first Monza win in nine years, as Leclerc secured victory – and it wasn’t without controversy.
Bianca Andreescu becomes the first teenager to win her maiden Grand Slam since Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon in 2004. The Canadian defeated Serena Williams, 37, in straight sets in the all North American US Open Final; meanwhile, Nadal edges one closer to Federer in overall Grand Slam titles, as he played with equanimity in the deciding set against Russia’s Daniil Medvedev.
With the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan just days away, the 20 teams arriving on the shores of ‘the Land of the Rising Sun’ are preparing for what could be the most unpredictable World Cup yet.
‘Football is a man’s game’ is often a statement made in recent years, with men receiving the majority of publicity and funding when playing for their team. However, due to the success of this summer’s Women’s World Cup, the rise of women playing football has been pronounced, so that in some countries the women’s game has become as high profile as the men’s.
Guiseley welcomed Hereford to a sunny Nethermoor Park for their 11th fixture of the 2019/20 National League North season. Both sides ended last season at the wrong end of the table (19th and 17th respectively), but, whereas Hereford sat 15th at the start of the day on 12 points, Guiseley had enjoyed better fortunes in the opening 10 games sitting in 5th position at the start of the day on 17 points.