York Sport Column

Goodricke fall short in Hockey B match

St. Cuthbert’s seal the deal last minute, defeating Goodricke 2-0

Derwent and Langwith footballers open Varsity

College Varsity 2017 began with two Women’s football matches in front of an impassioned visiting crowd, although neither team from York were able to get the win

Good Week, Bad Week

Sports Shorts

BDLA announcement The successful applicants for this year’s BUCS Deloitte Leadership Academy (BDLA) have been announced, which includes 14 students…

Tales from the 22

As the cold months set in, a front of particularly inclement weather has drenched York. Plus ça change, if we’re being…

From the Sideline

The recent Test series against Pakistan taught me a multitude of things. Firstly, Alistair Cook’s concentration is as marvellous as…

World in Union

New Zealand undoubtedly stole the show at this year’s World Cup, returning the Haka to our hearts, Ma’a Nonu to the…

Sam Asfahani: A word from your President

York sport is all of our sports clubs, our members and our York Sport Committee. We’re here to make sure anyone at York can play any standard of sport they wish too. And although that isn’t an easy task, we do have 57 sports clubs available to our students, making us one of the largest athletic unions in the country

Humdrum final round spoils 150th Open Championship

Louis Oosthuizen might have been a worthy champion at St. Andrews last weekend, but a dull final round wasn’t what the Open Championship deserved in its 150th year, writes Sam Morgan

Tiger Woods or Golf – where does the power lie?

Sam Morgan argues that the Tiger Woods scandal strikes right at the heart of golf, confirming that the 18-time Major winner has become bigger than the game itself

England should welcome foreign imports with open arms

Kieswetter’s success shows that foreign players are a good thing for the England cricket team, Henry Cowen argues

Emily Scott

Emily Scott announces the new plans for Varsity at the end of February