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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Cherwell Sport

Remembering Mickey Lewis

CW: Death Members of the Oxfordshire and wider football communities have been paying tribute to Mickey Lewis, ex-player and coach for Oxford United and coach...

An Unlikely Hero: The Championship Play-Off Final

Footballing heroes often come from the most unlikely places: from Eder winning the 2016 Euros for Portugal, Bobby Zamora promoting QPR to the Premier...

Summer VIIIs: the lowdown

Our full guide to the pinnacle of the college rowing year

The weekly chopper: fourth edition

Worcester and Catz look shaky ahead of the Eights Week run-in, as Exeter’s push for two sets of blades hots up.

The weekly chopper: third edition

Wolfson women anticipate a summer of success, as Teddy Hall M2 (or was it M1?) are left red-faced

Cuppers Finals Day: Pembroke and Hall lift trophies

All the thrills and spills from a dramatic day at Iffley

Head to Head: World XI

Karl Frey and Charlie Gould choose their Football World XIs

Patball: Oxford’s youngest street sport uncovered

Cherwell Sport investigates the fastest growing, and fastest-paced, street sport in Oxford

Blues v. Russia: The Lowdown

Cherwell's sport provides the essential big-game preview as the Blues Rugby team take on the 19th best team in the world.

The Secret College Footballer: Rivalries

Having devoted an entire season of Thursday afternoons and evenings to the sports grounds and curry houses of Oxford, our anonymous man on the inside is better placed than anyone to reveal the sordid truths of life at the ugly end of the beautiful game

Snow news day for Oxford sport

Last week's snowfall brought about the inevitable raft of cancellations and postponements, but Oxford's rowers, cross-country runners and swimmers battled through

The secret (college) footballer: The snow

Having devoted an entire season of Thursday afternoons and evenings to the sports grounds and curry houses of Oxford, our anonymous man on the inside is better placed than anyone to reveal the sordid truths of life at the ugly end of the beautiful game

The secret (college) footballer: The Fans

Having devoted an entire season of Thursday afternoons and evenings to the sports grounds and curry houses of Oxford, our anonymous man on the inside is better placed than anyone to reveal the sordid truths of life at the ugly end of the beautiful game

Match Reports

A rugby league win, and a couple of college crackers.