Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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New England Patriots: the NFL’s industrial machine

Richard Hunter takes a look at the New England Patriots, a sporting machine who show absolutely no sign of stopping.

Is the Phoenix Open setting a new precedent?

I wrote an article last semester highlighting the steady decline in popularity that golf has had in recent years. This is shown by the...

“Sickening” NFL violence threatens to tear heart out of American Football

In light of a multitude of domestic violence charges levelled against players, Calum Peterson urges NFL fans to look deeper at what they are really supporting

Push the Boat Out makes splash in Fife this weekend

The University Sailing Club takes part in a national sailing event next week and they want you to get involved.

An Evening with the Typhoons

On Tuesday night,  I checked in with the St Andrews Ice Hockey Club (the Typhoons) and shadowed them through a typical training session. When...

Women’s Waterpolo: a review of an historic season

For a small university, St Andrews has a proud sporting culture. Our teams participate in memorable tournaments and occasions. We have produced Scottish and...

Tennis Club’s bright hopes for the future

Sport editor Andrew Sinclair interviewed members of the Tennis Club to find out their plans for the year ahead and all the good work they've all put in this year.

Flatball starting to play in tune

Richard Browne St Andrews’ Ultimate Frisbee Club, Flatball, was a participant in the ‘Stirling Tune-Up’, a tournament for both experienced players and beginners in sixteen...

Strong finish sees Saints over the line

St Andrews 1sts            34 Heriot-Watt 1sts           29   St Andrews 2nds          28 Glasgow 1sts                 29   St Andrews Netball 1sts dominated the final quarter of their match against grudge rivals...

In review: A summer of sport

As a keen football fan, sum­mertime (as Lana Del Rey so accu­rately said) is one full of sadness. Yes, there are a number of...