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Huw has written 22 articles for Nouse

No longer a joke, Zamora should be considered for England

As his performance against Wolfsburg this week again illustrated, Fulham’s Bobby Zamora could slot effortlessly into England’s World Cup gameplan, argues Huw Harrow

Wilkinson should not be the scapegoat for England’s failings

Jonny Wilkinson should not take the blame for England’s inability to play any imaginative rugby in their unsuccessful Six Nations campaign

James put one hand on Emperor College Rugby trophy

Sunday’s comprehensive 47-12 victory over Alcuin means this term’s Emperor College Rugby Championship is James’s to lose

Six Nations – Write off England at your peril

While the pundits and bookmakers are reluctant to look beyond France and Ireland, Huw Harrow argues that England could spring a surprise in this year’s Six Nations

Controlled ball tampering could rebalance test cricket

Test cricket has become too biased towards the batsman in recent years. Deliberate manipulation of the ball could restore fear in the bowler, argues Huw Harrow

Women’s rugby firsts edge tight encounter

York’s rugby women recovered from a half time deficit to claim a hard fought win on the 22 Acres

York men’s seconds brush aside Lancaster in rugby

An impressive display saw York run out easy victors in the first Rugby match of Saturday afternoon

Mixed results for York pool teams

York Men’s captain Tom Birch ensured that York took a share of the spoils in the Pool after the women’s team were defeated by a strong Lancaster outfit

Emphatic win for York rugby firsts

York men’s rugby firsts swept Lancaster aside in front of a boisterous crowd on the 22 acres this afternoon

Men power York to sevens sweep

In a positive omen ahead of tomorrow’s XVs encounters, York men’s rugby completed a clean sweep of the preliminary sevens fixtures