Blues Article Corrections

Cherwell would like to apologise for printing a number of inaccuracies in last week's article entitled 'True Blues or Mercenaries'.

Blues triumph after four year wait

The Blues netball team beat Loughbourough 2nd for the first time with a tremendous victory of 49 - 36

Mike Valli: Wk 4

Former Australia star gives the lowdown on life as a Blues rower

Catz squeeze out champions

Worcester take a plunge after a sound seeing to by St Catz.

Backing substance over style

We defend Test cricket in the aftermath of the Stanford debacle...

In defence of Blues

Blues Rower Ben Harrison writes in response of last week's 'True Blues... or Mercenaries' piece.

Feisty Hall halt Pembroke

Teddy Hall squeeze a late victory over Pembroke.

Trent trounced by aggressive Blues

A gritty display from the Blues has landed them a third consecutive win in their BUSC league campaign.

Saints kickstart stuttering season

St Anne's and St John's pummel Worcester in a much-needed win.

Corpus/Linacre regroup to level Lincoln

The match ended in a draw, but wasn't without dollops of drama to boot.

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