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Ten reasons to love the County Championship

With the 120th cricket County Championship season now underway, here are ten reasons why we should all love this format of first-class cricket.

Manchester City or Liverpool – the impossible choice?

Tom Ashley offers the perspective of a Manchester United supporter on the Premier League title run-in.

FIFA politics strike again with latest proposal

FIFA’s recent proposal to expand the 2022 World Cup to 48 teams is not a footballing decision, argues Guillaume Paugam.

Is video assistant referee anti-football?

'Referees only have one aim: to protect themselves.' When asked to discuss new rules from the International Football Association Board (IFAB) regarding...

Oxford Boat Clubs announce crews for April’s race

Oxford University Boat Club (OUBC) and Women’s Boat Club (OUWBC) this morning confirmed their crews at the City Hall, London for next...

Ex-cricketer leaves students outraged with ‘sexist’ speech at Brasenose Sports Dinner

Several students "walked out" during Don Topley’s speech.

Football Varsity double- header to remain at The Hive for a...

The Hive will continue to host men's and women's Football Varsity matches for at least the next three years.
Ball being delivered at the Gabba in Brisbane

Selection of Will Pucovski: a triumph from the unlikeliest of sources

Why the selection of Will Pucovski is a step in the right direction for mental health in sport
Fan celebrating in Saudi Arabias Riad Stadium

Saudi Arabia’s sporting mission

Do our sports stars have a duty to speak out? To positively mould their sphere of influence? Surely, we too, as fans, ticket-holders, tweeters, commenters, have a duty to question, to resist, to inform.
A female cricketer runs for the ball wearing a blue cricket strip

Women in sport: a conversation with Eleanor Oldroyd

“The opportunities are much, much greater than they were 30 years ago”
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