St Peter’s victory in cheer Cuppers competition

The Oxford Sirens, Oxford University’s competitive cheerleading squad, has been going from success to success, with their all-girls Level 2 team placing first in a national competition back in February and the entire squad performing their inaugural showcase just a few weeks ago. Continuing on from this success, the  Sirens hosted the largest Cuppers competition […]

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Somerville keep the reigning champs out

Twenty-nine teams entered, but only one emerged victorious. No, it wasn’t Teddy Hall, who were trying to repeat as champions after winning it all in 2014. It wasn’t New, who escaped a challenging group unscathed and seemingly with all the momentum on their side. Nor was it Oriel, who entered the tournament as league winners, […]

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Debate: In defence of rugby: League vs. Union

League: Harry Aaronson 17-year-old rugby league player writes in defence of his sport There are many stereo-types of rugby league players: Northerners, thugs and soft. Whilst some of these stereo-types may be true, others are definitely false and when you look at the game that is rugby league, you cannot help but think that it […]

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“Best pound-for-pound fighter in the world” is arrested and stripped of title

Jon ‘Bones’ Jones, reigning champion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship light-heavy weight division, was arrested last week following a hit and run incident on April 26th. Following the incident, Dana White (President of the UFC) announced on Fox Sports Live that Jones would be stripped of his titles, and indefinitely suspended from the championship. He […]

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