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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Cal Flintoff

Oddball England must win at Headingley

Despite their struggles so far, you'd still fancy England.

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 month’s Boat...

Football Varsity double- header to remain at The Hive for a further three years

The Hive will continue to host men's and women's Football Varsity matches for at least the next three years.

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

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.

Ed David named OURFC Blues captain for 2019

David will be captain for the forthcoming 2019 Varsity campaign

Manchester United are finally playing catch-up with old rivals Liverpool

Liverpool are leading the way, so why have Manchester United turned to Solskjaer?

Australia versus India: the perfect ending to Christmas Day

A preview of the Boxing Day Test Match

How should SPOTY evolve to suit modern needs?

You can probably remember at least one thing that went wrong when the itinerant Sports Personality of the Year ceremony rocked up in Liverpool...

Women’s Varsity three decades on

A reflection on the inter-generational significance of tomorrow's game

Nigel Owens to referee upcoming Varsity match

Nigel Owens has been confirmed to referee the 138th Varsity match

One year on: England’s Young Lions

The divergent paths of Jadon Sancho and Phil Foden

Worcester put eight past Univ in title defence opener

Cal Flintoff updates us on the latest round of Men’s Football Cuppers

A look at the Cuppers draw

Cal Flintoff runs through this year's competition