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Aber fought as hard as any game this season in their quarter-final Cup game against USW 2nd. Suffering their only loss of the season (12-14) back in February, their form has been superb and are pegged to demolish Bangor at Varsity on April 16th.

BUCS leagues end as Real Varsity build-up begins

Sport, University Sport March 18, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

AS THIS term comes to an end, so too does another BUCS season. With just rescheduled fixtures and Cricket to be played in the final term the league tables have settled for the time being andRead More

India are making a mess of the T20 World Cup

India are making a mess of the T20 World Cup

International Sport, Opinion, Sport March 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

IN THE WORLD of cricket T20 is either viewed as the glorious future, a hit and giggle, or an abomination to the cricketing gods that will lead to the destruction of the game as we knowRead More

Celebrations after their latest victory away at Milford Haven.
Credit: Maddy Alting von Geusau

Women’s Hockey lift League title with two games spare

Sport, University Sport March 7, 2016 at 9:00 pm Comments

A DOMINANT Aberystwyth University Women’s Hockey 1st‘s have bagged the South Wales Division Two league title with two games in hand, leaving the team to play their penultimate and final games without the threat of PembrokeRead More

Club of the Month: Archery shooting for the stars

Club of the Month: Archery shooting for the stars

Sport, University Sport February 29, 2016 at 9:45 pm Comments

February sees Archery crowned Club of the Month. To see what they’ve been getting up to a their most recent competitions, we spoke to Alex Newes and Ceri Andrews! How did you first get involved withRead More

A resilient Town starts second-half strong

A resilient Town starts second-half strong

Local Sport, Sport February 27, 2016 at 3:00 pm Comments

THIS winter has been harsh. Our usually idyllic seaside basin has been victim to some of its harder times in recent history. No more so than for Aber Town FC, whose losses to Port Talbot and NewtownRead More

Kelly Keat addresses Aber Uni Council to fight for Free Wednesdays and fewer fees

Kelly Keat addresses Aber Uni Council to fight for Free Wednesdays and fewer fees

CONTINUING the work done by last year’s Union President and Activities Officer, Kelly Keat is writing to the Aberystwyth University Council, standing up for the student body after polls and calls for Wednesday lectures to beRead More

The World Club Series: NRL leaves the Super League streets behind

The World Club Series: NRL leaves the Super League streets behind

International Sport, Sport February 24, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

A SECOND Consecutive World Club Series whitewash gives powers that be in English game plenty to ponder. National Rugby League (NRL) teams are so far ahead that the 3-0 sweep (114-28 on aggregate – but who’s counting?)Read More

Europa League: More than the runt of the UEFA litter

Europa League: More than the runt of the UEFA litter

International Sport, Sport February 17, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

THE UEFA Europa League is the best representation of European football and it is sorely undervalued by British Football fans and clubs up and down the isle. This undeniable fact reflects poorly upon us as a footballRead More

McCaffery breaks down this year’s Six Nations prospects

McCaffery breaks down this year’s Six Nations prospects

International Sport, National Sport, Sport February 6, 2016 at 1:00 pm Comments

After the World Cup seeing none of the Home Nations progress beyond the quarter-finals, all six countries will be eager to prove themselves on the international stage this year during the Six Nations, which is nowRead More

Six Nations starts tomorrow, and the Home Nations are hungrier than ever

Six Nations starts tomorrow, and the Home Nations are hungrier than ever

International Sport, National Sport, Sport February 5, 2016 at 7:24 pm Comments

THE RUGBY World Cup still remains in the mind of fans of all the home nations. Not that surprising given it ended less than four months ago, but with the biggest upsets in the tournament’s historyRead More