Cuppers Finals Day: Pembroke and Hall lift trophies

All the thrills and spills from a dramatic day at Iffley

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"The players on this college football team have simpler motivations: camaraderie, love of the sport, and the prospect of beating Cambridge."

TMS commentator Dan Norcross: ‘I remember that rich, crackling sound through...

Test Match Special commentator, Dan Norcross, says that the show was the sound of his childhood

“You have to really fight even to get a game”

Former Somerset spinner and Corpus alumnus Michael Munday says English cricket’s troubled relationship with leg spin is set to continue

Pembroke prevail on penalties to reach Cuppers final

Pembroke won the shoot-out 4-1 to take a place in the final against a mixed Wadham and Brasenose team

Oxford student places 10th in London Marathon

Eoghan Totten will be the first Oxford athlete to earn a full blue in marathon

Oxford forward in England squad for Hong Kong Sevens

Will Wilson, a three-time Blue, said he was “absolutely stunned” at his selection

Cricket Australia’s punishments are ludicrously harsh

Contradictory laws are no basis for bans which defy precedent and common sense

Twickenham extends Varsity agreement

The agreement was extended ahead of 100th Anniversary of the Varsity Match at the National Stadium

Oxford win women’s Varsity match on penalties

Oxford won 4-2 on penalties after a 3-3 draw.

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