Category: Sport

Show Your Love by Running in the MDUK Town and Gown 10K

If you have any questions about the event in this article, representatives will be in the Campus Centre on 19th February 2019. Come chat to us! Supporting the 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions in the UK, Muscular Dystrophy UK...

/ 13th February 2019

VARSITY: Heartbreak for women and men’s futsal 1sts

A thunderous crowd sang and cheered for their sides, in an amazing turnout for the futsal varsity fixtures, on Friday 8th March as Renuka Odedra watched on at the Queen Elizabeth leisure centre. After the men’s 2nd team secured the...

/ 12th March 2018

Svensson stars for EU but USA take the advantage

At the Barnsley Metrodome , Team USA showed off their massively changed line-up, which included current Bowler of the Year EJ Tickets and the 2011-12 PBA Player of the Year, Sean Rash. The captain suggested a new curfew for the...

/ 9th September 2017

Japanese Sports – What’s the difference?

I’ve been in Japan since mid June due to DMUGlobal and Meisei University in Tokyo and the first thing you realise is that sports is a fundamental part of society here. On the monorail, there are adverts for Baseball games...

/ 5th September 2017

Has Football gone too far? In the modern day, is the fee as ridiculous as it seems?

The transfer window is one of the most exciting times in the year for any football fan. Clubs across the globe look to improve their squads to hopefully make challenging for the title, Europe or even to avoid relegation. In...

/ 22nd August 2017

Sakamoto secures a Yomiuri Giants win

Hayato Sakamoto, the home-grown shortstop who has played for the Giants since his Nippon Professional Baseball league debut in 2007, secured a victory against the Yakult Swallows with a home run in the 6th innings. Having never been to a...

/ 17th July 2017

Varsity – De Montfort football 4th’s battle to no avail

De Montfort FC’s 4th team battled hard but concluded their campaign with a loss at Stoughton Road on Wednesday afternoon as their UoL counterparts ran out 4-1 victors. On a bitterly cold and wet day, the first 20 minutes were...

/ 23rd March 2017

Varsity: Griffins 2nd team unable to continue basketball winning streak

A full house was packed into a court inside the Queen Elizabeth Leisure centre to watch the DMU 2nds team against UoL 2nds on Winning Wednesday. In the first quarter, an early basket by UoL was booed by the home...

/ 23rd March 2017