• The Nottingham Games: Men’s Futsal Preview

    Ewan James As part of the Nottingham Games, which is set to take place this Sunday, the 13th June, UoN Men’s Futsal will be taking on NTU Men’s Futsal at David Ross Sports Village.  In a year with no BUCS competitions and little sports at University in general, these...
  • Tune In To The Nottingham Games!

    Maya Israel 2021 has been a tough year for sporting students. With the cancellation of the second Varsity Series, it is safe to say that the much-loved rivalry between Nottingham Trent and the University of Nottingham has been sorely missed. To reconcile this feeling, as the sporting world continues...
  • An Insight Into The Career Of Tom Brady

    In the wake of Super Bowl LV, the astonishing career of Tom Brady has once again been thrown into the limelight. By leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to victory, Brady won his seventh Super Bowl, now meaning he has more championships than even any franchise in Super Bowl history....
  • The Hundred – The Final Nail In County Cricket’s Coffin?

    In 2018, a new short-form competition was announced by the ECB. Unique to anything Cricket has ever seen, The Hundred was produced to create faster and more exciting matches. Originally proposed to launch in 2020, the competition was postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With the 2021...
  • Nottingham’s Sporting Hub: A Trio Of Grounds On A Single Stretch Of River

    Rachel Roberts Nottingham is a proud sporting city, but surprisingly three of it’s largest sporting institutes are all situated along the same spot of the River Trent, no more than a 15-minute walk away from each other. Rachel Roberts offers an overview into the history of these grounds and...
  • Introduction To Medics Sport- What’s The difference?

    Maya Israel and Rachel Roberts In this article, we speak to Arbi Hasanaj, Medsoc Sports Officer, and Maddie Whitwell, Welfare Secretary at Nottingham University Medics Hockey Club (NUMHC), who give us insight into how medics sports teams differ from the standard university sport teams. Arbi, tell us about medic...
  • Russian Oligarchs And An American Invasion: Stories Of The Transfer Window

    Rachel Roberts This summer’s transfer window, like everything, has been hit by the uncertainty of COVID-19, but one thing that has not changed is the levels of spending. The market is open until the 5th October – Rachel Roberts takes a look at the biggest stories in England so...