Matthew Jeynes

Matthew has written 51 articles for Nouse

For Queen or Country?

With Scotland and England kicking off their World Cup campaigns tomorrow Sam Asfahani and Matthew Jeynes analyse the chances of the home nations in the 2011 Rugby World Cup

A Preview

In their second blog on the Rugby World Cup 2011, Sam Asfahani and Matt Jeynes give their views on the upcoming tournament

From Tenuous Beginnings

With the 2011 Rugby World Cup just around the corner, two men in New Zealand – Sam Asfahani and Matt Jeynes – provide the first of their many blogs on the tournament. They start with some of the tournament’s greatest ever moments

Victories for James, Derwent and Alcuin on College Rugby ‘Super Saturday’

James continue to set the pace in the Emperor League after their 21-0 win against Halifax, while Alcuin and Derwent also won

Women’s lacrosse make light work of Liverpool

York recovered well from last week’s defeat at Durham, with Emily Lingard and Anna Yeomans outstanding in this easy victory on Wednesday afternoon

James set the standard as College Rugby returns

The 42-0 scoreline against a combined Goodricke/Langwith/Wentworth team might have flattered them, but James continue to lead the way in College Rugby

College Notebook: The next evolution of College Rugby

James, the defending College Rugby champions, take on a combined Goodricke/Langwith/Wentworth XV in the first match of a new league championship on Saturday afternoon

Determined York narrowly beaten in american football

On a makeshift pitch on the 22 acres, the York Centurions displayed plenty of effort and determination in going down 12-28 to the Lancaster Bombers in their first full American Football fixture

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While obviously York is a great university, one of the best in the country, I do sometimes find myself wishing it was like American universities. You know, the ones the size of a small town, in terms of facilities as well as students

Keele outclassed by York women in superb lacrosse performance

York 1sts 25
Keele 1sts 0

Lacrosse team gifted second win after Brooklands forced to forfeit

A strong second-half comeback couldn’t prevent York from registering the first defeat of their North of England Men’s Lacrosse Association (NEMLA) campaign to Brooklands, a club from Manchester. However, Brooklands were forced to forfeit the contest for playing two underage players

Success for Lacy at inaugural AU training day

Alex Lacy began his tenure as AU President last Wednesday by organising the first ever training day for the Presidents of all the sports clubs on campus