IN AN INTERVIEW with Parkinson in 1971, about six months after his first professional loss by the gloves of Joe Fraizer, Ali admitted he didn’t box because he enjoyed it; he merely used it as aRead More
IN WHAT might be the actual last-ever game on the Aber Town FC turf (after the last men’s & women’s fixtures, and the showdown of two Aber Town Classic XI’s), two titans of the Aberystwyth DIGSRead More
TARANNAU Cheerleaders once again brought home the win from Bangor at Varsity this year. They finished their strong season on a high with a close win, a great atmosphere and sportsmanship, as well as a win atRead More
DESPITE being so laid-back he’s practically horizontal, Rhodri Norman Gaskins Davies cuts a formidable figure as I meet him for the first time since his emphatic win on the national stage. I’ve been watching him and theRead More
THE WOMEN’S Hockey Club had a mixed day results wise. The day started with the 2nd team sadly losing 9-1 to Bangor. The only goal was scored by their president, Lucy Slatter, in her final gameRead More
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Varsity 2016! We’ll have all the latest scores and updates coming out here and on our Twitter @abersmSports, so tweet us your photos and scores and come alongRead More
RAISING & Giving have been high up the agendas of many clubs and societies this year and it’s produced some brilliant events both on campus and in town. The latest addition to these fundraising ranks comesRead More
LEAVING it to the penultimate minute of full time, an injury plagued Wales dashed hopes of a first away win in a decade for the visiting Northern Irish.
In a friendly organised to test the mettle of theRead More
HERE at the good ship A.S.M we can admit when we’ve got something wrong, and we did not get the Six Nations right. Well, Jim got close.
Saturday’s action was exactly what fans had been longing forRead More