Henry Strong Henry Strong

Sports Editor (2010/11)

Henry has written 146 articles for Nouse

Leeds Met fight back to take the points in men’s rugby

A superb comeback from Leeds Metropolitan seconds earned them the points on 22 Acres today and ended York’s unbeaten start to the season. A great start had seen the White Rose go 17-0 up but the visitors stormed back into the match and a late penalty from fly-half Ross McIntosh sealed a 20-17 victory

Alcuin and Derwent find top gear to run in the tries during high-scoring day of rugby

Alcuin romped to a 41-0 win against an injury plagued Vanbrugh side as the College Rugby season got underway on Sunday. After a tight opening, Alcuin imposed themselves, a flurry of second half tries giving them a well earned bonus point

Second half comeback helps men’s rugby firsts overcome Lancaster

The men’s rugby firsts fought back from being behind at half-time to overcome rivals Lancaster and continue their long-running dominance over the Red Rose

Mixed results for hockey firsts in pre-season friendlies against York St John

The new season for the hockey club kicked off last week with two friendlies against inter-city rivals York St John. The men’s firsts fell to a 3-1 defeat but the women’s firsts romped home to a 4-0 win

University Sport at York

Like most universities there are plenty of opportunities to get involved with sport at York

The Premier League 2011 – Predictions

Predictions are notoriously hard. It’s very rare that you end up looking anything else than stupid. Last season the Nouse Sport team had a go at predicting the outcome of the 2010-2011 season and it went fairly well, so we thought we’d give it another go

Liverpool John Moores cricketers win cup final to end York’s run

The men’s cricket firsts’ fine cup run came to an end on a balmy Monday on the 22 Acres as Liverpool John Moores won by 5 wickets to win the BUCS Northern Conference Cup final

Halifax end season on a high with College Cup glory

Halifax vindicated their favourites tag by beating Derwent 2-0 today to win the College Cup

Hat-trick from Atherton sees Derwent firsts into the final

A superb hat-trick from Dan Atherton earned Derwent a thumping 4-1 victory over Halifax seconds in today’s College Cup semi-final

The Nouse Sports Awards 2011

As this year comes to an end we recognise those who have shone in the black and gold; everyone has impressed but some deserve a special mention

All-round performance from Hughes helps York’s cricketers to cup final

A fine display with the bat and ball from Joel Hughes earned an understrength York a semi-final victory over the University of Bradford and a shot at BUCS Northern Conference Cup glory in next week’s final

Day to Treasure for Derwent as they make it to last four

A nerve-shredding penalty shoot-out ended 6-5 to Derwent firsts as Seb Treasure saved Paul Reiss’ decisive kick to send his side through to the semi-finals