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Huw has written 22 articles for Nouse

The World Cup in Review

As the World Cup shrinks into the rear view mirror for another four years, Nouse’s sports writers choose their favourite players, moments, games and goals from the South African party

‘Golden Generation’ let down by outdated tactics

Fabio Capello’s outdated formation must take the blame for England’s early World Cup exit

The Nouse Sports Team’s World Cup Predictions

To launch Nouse’s new World Cup blog, our team of sports writers give their predictions for the month ahead

Firsts prevail in indoor football

Two goals from Conor Brennan helped the men’s firsts Indoor Football side secure York’s first points of the day with a 4-2 victory in a hotly contested clash

Satisfying victory for rugby firsts

It wasn’t a vintage performance by any means but York men’s firsts held on for a 19-17 victory, giving UYRUFC a highly satisfying clean sweep of this weekend’s rugby

Double defeat for York in Water Polo

It was double disappointment for York in the water polo on Saturday at Roses as both the men’s and women’s squads came up short despite performing wholeheartedly

Lancaster outclassed in Mixed Lacrosse

York’s mixed lacrosse team cruised to a 17-8 victory over an outclassed Lancaster outifit early on Day two of Roses

Rugby sevens provides Saturday highlight for York

Rugby 7s has provided a rare highlight for York on Day 2 of Roses, securing a clean sweep of victories for the three men’s sides and the women coming from behind to earn a last gasp draw

Roses 2010 Saturday – How it happened

Live coverage for the second day of Roses 2010

Depleted York take share of Judo points

Despite having to forfeit two of their five contests, York were able to take two Roses points from the Judo this afternoon

Indoor football firsts take early York points

Last gasp goals from Conor Brennan and Jack Crane gave York their first victory of Friday, winning a thrilling encounter 4-2

England’s World Cup 23 – Join the debate

With under two months until Fabio Capello has to name his final 23 man England squad for the World Cup, we in the Nouse office have been debating vehemently who we would like to see on the plane to South Africa