Thursday, June 4, 2020
advertisement

While the Lions roar, Dragons soar: The Welsh influence in the...

The Lions victory against the Barbarians in stifling conditions had a very Welsh feel to it. That in itself is not overly surprising, as the...

University of St Andrews 1st XV v University of Dundee 1st...

Coming into the first BUCS game of the season the Saints were riding a wave of optimism after impressive wins against their local rivals...

Varsity success for resilient Saints

The annual Scottish Varsity Match returned to The Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday 27 September with two of the oldest university rugby clubs, St...

Saints appoint Scotland international as new Director of Rugby

Newcastle Falcons hooker and former Scotland international Scott Lawson will retire from professional rugby at the end of the season to take up the...

Charlie Hebdo solidarity transcends sporting divides

Hayden Taylor explores how, perhaps, society can learn from sports' response to Charlie Hebdo.

The University of St Andrews RFC Sevens tournament is back and...

The University of St Andrews’ first Scottish Universities Championship win for 17 years back in 2014 was the start of a strong few years...

BO’D is God: Six Nations review

Ireland's Six Nations triumph is discussed by Hugo Porter along with a review of the performances of the five other sides.

The Heineken Cup: where they stand

With four of six group games played in this season’s Heineken Cup, Richard Browne looks at how the teams are placed as the fight...

No luck of the Irish

Hugo Porter on the recent Ireland v New Zealand clash.

Sevens Heaven again for Cherry Poppers

Rugby Sevens has become something of a fixture in the St Andrews social calendar, rivalled only by May Ball, FS and, of course, the...