Watch: Premier League Top Four Predictions

With Man City running away with the title, I asked some football-mad LCC students who they thought will finish in the top four of the Premier League:

Advertisements

The Shoot-Out’s Ranking Significance Undermines Snooker’s Unique Appeal

Fast. Loud. Frantic. Polo Shirts. These are not words usually associated with snooker, but every year the Shoot-Out competition sees the sport undergo a temporary transformation. The silence synonymous with snooker is replaced by shouts and guffaws. Lengthy deliberations as to what shot to play are eradicated due to a 15-second shot clock. There is…Read more The Shoot-Out’s Ranking Significance Undermines Snooker’s Unique Appeal

Ten-Man Orient Earn Share of Points with Chester

Leyton Orient 2-2 Chester From the Matchroom Stadium Jobi McAnuff’s second half strike earned ten-man Leyton Orient a share of the spoils with Chester, in a game steeped in controversy at the Matchroom Stadium. Macauley Bonne had headed Orient into the lead after six minutes, before Chester levelled through James Akintunde’s scuffed volley which was…Read more Ten-Man Orient Earn Share of Points with Chester

Charlton Spurn Chance to Assert Promotion Credentials

Charlton 2-2 MK Dons From The Valley MK Dons’ striker Kieran Agard proved a thorn in Charlton’s side as the substitute scored twice to deny Karl Robinson’s promotion hopefuls the three points. Agard’s last minute penalty rescued a point for the away side in a thrilling finish at the Valley. His calmly converted spot kick…Read more Charlton Spurn Chance to Assert Promotion Credentials

Sport and Gender: Reanne Evans’ Quest to Shatter the Glass Ceiling in Snooker

A remarkable 10-8 win over Robin Hull, and Reanne Evans could almost hear the Crucible theatre calling her name. It was the first time the number one ranked women’s snooker player had won a match in the men’s World Championship qualification tournament. Sadly for Evans, she was defeated by Lee Walker in the next round…Read more Sport and Gender: Reanne Evans’ Quest to Shatter the Glass Ceiling in Snooker

Sport and the Body: Daniel Sturridge’s Injury Woe

“Goes down a treat, mate,” says Daniel Sturridge as his Liverpool teammates snigger at his flask of herbal maté tea. It’s all part of an entertaining, if slightly surreal carpool video on the club’s official YouTube channel. While Joe Gomez, Nathaniel Clyne and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may sneer, the tea holds a symbolic significance for Sturridge.…Read more Sport and the Body: Daniel Sturridge’s Injury Woe