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Men’s Squash: University of Birmingham 2nds 1 – 4 Oxford 1sts

The University of Birmingham’s Men’s Squash 2s have had an impressive first half of their season, winning all but one of their matches. At Christmas they sat comfortably in 2nd place in the BUCS table with Oxford 1s leading the way by several points. It was all to play for on Wednesday in the Munrow …Read More

Sam Bernard’s Team Of The Week – 03.01.2016

Burn FM’s lead football correspondent, Sam Bernard, is back- making outlandish comments about James Collins’ appearance, the Jonny Evans fan club and giving tips on how to excite Manchester United fans. As well as all that he’s given his top premier league performers from 2016’s first weekend of premier league football. Goalkeeper – Petr Cech …Read More

Sam Bernard’s Team Of The Week – 26.12.2015

On a day where the Potters piled pressure on LVG, Liverpool outfoxed Leicester and the Saints well and truly gave Arsenal a baptism of fire, Deputy Head of Sport Jack Fantham fills the void left by Burn FM’s own Garth Crooks with his Boxing Day team of gameweek 18. Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur) Boxing …Read More

Andy Murray’s 2015: A Year To Remember

It has been a strange season for Britain’s number 1 Andy Murray. He failed to add to his collection of Grand Slam titles; lost his record of 18 consecutive grand slam quarterfinals; and was knocked out in the round-robin stage of the ATP World Tour Finals in London. Yet winning the Davis Cup and once …Read More

Sam Bernard’s Team of the Week

Goalkeeper: Heurelho Gomes (Watford) Watford recorded their third straight win against an improving Sunderland side. For once, Watford fans cannot credit the three points to their dynamic duo in the form of Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney. Instead they have to be grateful to their Brazilian goalkeeper. Gomes is well-known in the Premier League due …Read More

Sam Bernard’s Team of the Week

Goalkeeper: Petr Cech (Arsenal) Arsenal have a real chance of lifting the Premier League trophy come May. If they achieve this feat they’ll be extremely grateful to the inconsistencies of some of the best teams in the country, namely Chelsea, Manchester United, and more recently Manchester City. They will also have to thank the heroics …Read More

Women’s Basketball 1’s beaten by confident Worcester side

In what was an important game at the wrong end of the table, Birmingham University’s Women’s Basketball 1st Team were beaten convincingly by a strong Worcester side, who secured a 78-57 victory. The opening stages of the match were fiercely contested, as both sides endeavoured to find their rhythm. Birmingham’s defence was repeatedly probed, and …Read More