Leigh Clarke Leigh Clarke

Sports Editor (2009/10)

Leigh has written 113 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

‘Dull’ Dutch have what it takes to ride the Spanish carousel

Labelled dull in comparison to previous Dutch sides, this resilient Netherlands team must play to their simple strengths if they are to defeat the greatest footballing side in a generation

The Nouse College Cup Awards

Start ’em Sit ’em looks back over this year’s College Cup

Alcuin win College Cup

Alcuin have won the 2010 College Cup, beating Derwent 2-0 in the final

Argentina must banish the ghosts of 2006

Argentina again face Germany in the quarter-finals of the World Cup, knowing that this time they have the talent to go all the way

The old rivals match up again

Start ’em Sit ’em previews the College Cup final between Alcuin and Derwent

Walwyn header puts Derwent into College Cup final

Derwent will meet Alcuin in the final of the College Cup, after beating Vanbrugh 1-0 today

The Nouse Sports Awards 2010

Another exceptional year for York’s sports teams is nearing its end. Nouse recognises those that have performed oustandingly throughout the course of the season. Words by Leigh Clarke

Bringing you the World Cup: Interview with Mark Bright and Jonathan Stevenson

As World Cup fever sweeps England, Leigh Clarke talks to BBC commentator Mark Bright and reporter Jonathan Stevenson about covering the biggest football competition on the planet

University criticised about cycle lanes

Criticism has been aimed at the University by a local councillor for their inaction in constructing cycle lanes around New Goodricke

Halifax edge into semis with penalty win over Goodricke

Mark Lund was the hero today as Halifax firsts beat Goodricke on penalties to move into the semi-finals of the College Cup

In defence of the vuvuzela

Leigh Clarke argues that the vuvuzela is a brilliant symbol of African culture, and should not be banned merely because it annoys us all at home