Sam Morgan Sam Morgan

Deputy Sports Editor (2010/11)

Sam has written 61 articles for Nouse

World Championship win shows Lewis is now the best

Sam Morgan examines Adrian Lewis’ claim to be the best darts player in the world, after his success at the PDC World Championship this week

Woods’ win is a step in the right direction

Sam Morgan asks if Tiger Woods is really back after his win at the Chevron World Challenge

Farrell wins it for Derwent with last-minute winner

After losing to Halifax in the final of last year’s College Cup, Derwent exacted revenge when substitute Jake Farrell dealt the decisive blow in an epic 4-3 battle

Hyde penalty enough for James to beat Halifax

A Jonny Hyde penalty did enough for James as they beat last year’s College Cup champions Halifax 1-0

Be a part of it: Play sport at York

Sport provides the perfect opportunity to escape from the pressures of study. The trip down to the sports centre or JLD on a Wednesday afternoon almost takes on the importance of a religious pilgrimage to the many athletes York nurtures through its sport system

Captain Edwards leads Great Britain & Ireland against America

The Walker Cup is just around the corner and the Great Britain & Irish captain, Nigel Edwards, caught up with Nouse to dissect the upcoming tournament

How will the return of the Mac go at Royal St George’s?

With all eyes on a young man from Northern Ireland coming into the British Open Sam Morgan runs the rule over his competitors and the tricky course that the field will have to combat

James make amends for Cup disappointment with Plate success

Goals from Richard Baxter and James Offord were enough to see James firsts win the College Plate, overcoming Derwent seconds 2-1

McIlroy unstoppable after 36 at US Open

Rory McIlroy told you everything you needed to know about his demeanour when, last night, after facing the inevitable questions about how he would perform after the Masters he responded with intelligence and maturity

Halifax overcome stern Wentworth test to book semi-final place

Wentworth gave College Cup favourites Halifax their toughest test this afternoon, but ran out losers to a side that displayed impeccable strength all over the pitch

Unconvincing Alcuin firsts take the three points to secure last eight place

Alcuin firsts sealed progression to the quarter finals of the College Cup with a win over James seconds. With fatigue proving a factor in the heat, goals from Paul Reiss and Will Taylor were just enough to see them through against a battling James seconds team

Halifax thirds beat Alcuin thirds to assure third place finish

Halifax thirds secured passage to the Plate this afternoon with a comfortable victory over the wooden spoon winners in group three, Alcuin thirds