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Why 22,000 watching fourth-tier Newcastle at St. James Park is a landmark for the women’s game

No doubt more records will be broken by that tournament in July and into the domestic season beyond but they aren’t what excites me the most.

Keble Women’s Rugby: a ‘Sisterhood’

Dragging myself out of bed at 7am on a biting January morning, the promise of a Keble hall hash brown (however anticlimactic) is the...

Victory over Cambridge for Oxford Panthers

Panthers dominate Varsity match in monumental year for women's rugby at Oxford

Oxford’s boxing women step into the spotlight

Oxford University boxing club held their first all women's event last weekend

Volleyball Blues claim decisive win over Cambridge

After a strong start the team were able to hold off their light blue competition

This girl can, and she will

The fight for equality in sport is not over

Unequal and Unfair: Women’s football at Oxford needs urgent reform

If the university does not prioritise women’s football, it is hard to see how or why anyone else would.

Claire Taylor: “there needs to be a continuous development of the game”

Taylor, the first woman to be named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year, says the game cannot solely rely on watershed moments for growth

Preview: Oxford favourites ahead of Varsity double-header

The Dark Blues are looking for a third consecutive double victory

Oxford leave Heineken Cup winner on bench for Varsity

Dominic Waldouck fails to make the Oxford XV after an injury-riddled term

Blues ensure league survival with Bristol victory

Oxford continue their Varsity preparations with a narrow win

Oxford Women beat Cambridge Men in Triathlon Varsity

Matt Roller speaks to Lucy Farquhar about an historic Varsity victory

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