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Ed's Stirling Adventure
The University of Stirling is a diverse and multicultural university with staff and students from across the globe. In the spirit of this internationalism, I wanted to attempt something a little bit out-with the typical sporting activity. I am not s (More)
Calum Hill - Aiming for World Top 50
By Craig Stewart Calum Hill has climbed to 119th in the World Golf Rankings and is leading the Challenge Tour. The 24-year-old has already secured his European Tour card for 2020, Hill has sights set on making it into the WGR Top 100 and the young S (More)
Andy Murray back on winning form in time for Davis Cup
By Alison Williamson Andy Murray added to his 45 career singles titles after victory in Antwerp saw him lift the European Open, his first title for two years. Playing in only his seventh singles tournament since his return from surgery, Murray ha (More)
KSI VS LOGAN PAUL 2: Controversial win for Underdog KSI in the biggest professional debut in history
By Craig Stewart A thrilling but equally as scrappy fight ended in a surprising and controversial win for KSI in one of the biggest professional boxing debuts in history. KSI beat Logan Paul in a split decision points victory inside the Staples C (More)
Scottish Cup: Linlithgow Rose 1 Falkirk 4
By Craig Stewart Falkirk prove too strong for Lowland League Linlithgow Rose. Falkirk have comfortably beaten Linlithgow Rose to progress to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup in Lee Millar and David McCracken’s first game in charge. Two goa (More)
CSU Ready for Victory at Next Comp Season
By Natasha Cameron This year's level 2 Cheer Captain, Ashleigh Aird, walks us through all CSU has to offer and explains why this is CSU's year to win big. (More)
Cheerleading Now Recognised as a SSS Sport
By Natasha Cameron Cheerleading is a popular sport that originates from America and has grown to be a common team sport across Scottish Universities. After a long battle and hardship for the sport, it has been officially recognised within Scottis (More)
Historic vote sees Queen’s Park turn professional
A VOTE at Queen’s Park Football Club has seen the SPFL League Two side end its 152-year amateur status. On November 14 an overwhelming majority of club members voted in favour of turning professional and as a result, Glasgow's Queen's Park became (More)
Tennis teacher learns how to play again
A TENNIS coach is learning to re-master the sport eight months after suffering a stroke. Graeme Soutar, 46, suffered the stroke in February this year, leaving him unable to walk, talk or eat. He spent 12 weeks in hospital and then began physiot (More)
FUTSAL: A BIG SPORT IN A SMALL FIELD
Are you into competition? Are you into football? Then score the goal of your life by trying Futsal! The most exciting games await you… so what are you waiting for? THIS SOUNDS EXCITING, BUT WHAT IS FUTSAL? Futsal is one of the most played sp (More)
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