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Day 1133 - IFFL Winter Playoffs

Good times were had, even if we didn’t win…

Taken by Cliodhna Halpin McGarrigle

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Borussia Dortmund Back to Winning Ways in the Bundesliga

Jurgen Klopp’s men are finally starting to look like the Dortmund we all know with an impressive 3-0 win over Schalke on Saturday; that result extends their current winning streak to 4 in the Bundesliga, scoring an impressive 13 goals during the run of fine form. 298 more words


Six Nations 2015 Part 3: So wrong, but feels so right

Nobody likes to be wrong. Well, not usually, but this weekend I was delighted to have made an error. At the end of my last post about the Six Nations, I predicted that France would defeat Wales, a decision which pained me greatly, as I wanted Wales to win. 1,068 more words


It's Nearly Time!

The past few days have been glorious. The sun is starting to shine more and more, it’s getting warmer (despite the warnings of impending snow) and I’ve noticed a lot of people have an extra spring in their step! 159 more words

Women In Sport

Bath hockey player takes on 10 crazy Challenges to raise money for sick nephew

Written by Features Editor Alexandra Egan

Features Editor Alexandra Egan sat down with Christian Miller, a 22-year-old Economics student and hockey player at the University of Bath, to discuss ten monumental challenges he is undertaking this year to raise money for the Tree of Hope charity. 782 more words



A new year of sport has kicked off for our family.  Around here, Basketball is our sport of choice.  Kevin and I actually met at the basketball courts, so it’s a bit of a family tradition :) 149 more words


Rick Hobbs impressed with Tom Mahendran’s kicking: Have Luton RFC finally found a second option?

by Farhan Daw

Luton RFC’s Rick Hobbs says he was impressed with Tom Mahendran’s kicking against Ruislip.

Mahendran took the responsibility of Luton’s kicking against Ruislip after missing the game through injury. 270 more words