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On Saturday 2nd November South Africa became third-time champions of the Rugby World Cup.
The game started rockily for England – a sub was called on to the pitch at not even 3 minutes in to the match. And then South Africa got their first penalty: Willie le Roux scored the first 3 points for the Sprinkbok team. England went on to get a penalty in the minutes following and even the scores; this was the tale of the first half of the match.» >Read More »
I have played Futsal on Tuesday nights for six months now and, whilst I am no more skilled and wield no better foot-eye co-ordination than when I started, I have at last found a sport I enjoy and a team I feel a part of. Alas, dear reader I am neither a sportsman or a football fan, but I did need to find something more constructive to do with my free time that wasn’t Wednesday Union, VKs or Netflix. » >Read More »
On Thursday 1st of August, Khadijah Mellah became the first Muslim Hijab wearing woman to race on a British racecourse and win. The 18 year old from Peckham, South London, made history with her mount, Haverland, as they both crossed the finish line to victory at Glorious Goodwood’s charity race, the Magnolia Cup.
The daughter of a handyman and a black belt holder in karate, she developed an interest in horses and riding at an early age but the location of her home in South London made it difficult to do anything about her love of the sport and horses.» >Read More »
Nazi salutes and racist chants congratulate England as they won 6-0 against Bulgaria in the Euro 2020 qualifier on Monday night.Read More »
Student writer Olga shares her top tips for cycling around Reading.Read More »
Here are some of the reasons why I think you should join a sports society.Read More »
The year started off for RUTAM as it always does, preparing for our annual show which this year was called ‘Showtime’, featuring music from a variety of musicals.Read More »