October 2010

Halifax battle to 1-0 win over dogged Wentworth

Halifax laboured to a 1-0 win over a determined Wentworth eleven on a damp Sunday morning

Alcuin brought back to earth after Goodricke win

Alcuin, last year’s College Cup champions, lost 3-1 to an ever improving Goodricke on Sunday morning

Hat-trick hero Kirk seals 3-1 Derwent victory

The second match-day of College Football saw Matt Hallam’s Derwent win 3-1, thanks to a hat-trick from David Kirk

The Intolerable Interment of Ignatius Briary

‘Student written’ is a term that, perhaps unfairly, has become synonymous in many people’s minds with self-indulgent and over-ambitious. However seasoned writer and director Max Tyler’s latest play, The Intolerable Interment of Ignatius Briary, is neither of the above

Africa United

I promised myself I wouldn’t call Africa United – the first feature-length film from director Debs Gardner-Paterson, starring a cast of relative unknowns – the “African Slumdog Millionaire

Red

In between the releases of heavy literary adaptations The Last Station and The Tempest, Dame Helen Mirren has found herself firing machine guns, sniper rifles and rocket launchers in Red. The value of seeing Queen Elizabeth II put on a menacing expression amidst explosions and shoot-outs manages to be more than just novelty

Fusion promotion video released

Fusion, the dance, modelling and entertainment society, has announced the dates of the auditions for its cast, in a promotional video released today

Nouse Sports Podcast

The third edition of the Nouse Sports Podcast is here. This week we discuss York’s mixed bag of BUCS results on Wednesday, question why so many serious injuries are happening and look forward to the Ashes

Men’s Volleyballers lose out to Leeds Met Carnegie

The men’s first Volleyballers lost in straight sets to a vastly more experienced Leeds Met Carnegie side on Wednesday afternoon

Basketball firsts denied in thriller

The men’s basketball firsts narrowly lost out 55-51 to Huddersfield in a brutal encounter on Wednesday

Women’s fencers claim first BUCS victory

The women’s fencers wrapped up their first win of their season yesterday, defeating the University of Manchester

York’s footballers pegged back to 3-3 draw

After a resounding 6-1 win last week York’s men’s firsts threw away the lead to draw 3-3 with Sunderland firsts