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Posts by Neerav Trivedi

Match Report: W2 Football v Oxford

A bitterly cold, windy, and snowy afternoon greeted the University of Birmingham Women’s second team as they hosted Oxford University’s First eleven in the semi-final of the cup. Oxford have had a relative easy cup run heading into this fixture which includes a 22-0 win over Nottingham Trent’s fourth team. Whilst Birmingham have not been …Read More


Never mind run out, England were washed out of Australia

England have been thrashed yet again in Australia, but this is not a time for England to panic and overreact by making changes or creating scapegoats. Another tour down under for England resulted in another battering at the hand of Australia. England lost 4-0 in the Ashes, narrowly avoiding the much expected 5-0 whitewash. This …Read More


THE ASHES PREVIEW

One of the most eye-catching events in the cricketing calendar commences this week as Australia and England begin another chapter of their historic rivalry in the 70th Ashes series. Kicking off in Brisbane this Wednesday evening, England look to defend the prestigious urn. However, with the series held in Australia, the host go into the …Read More


Usain Bolt: The Champion of Athletics

Usain Bolt called time on his incredible career last month and it is fascinating to see how the achivements of one individual has captured the sport. One of the most notable things about Bolt’s career is just how much he is admired by the sporting public. When Justin Gatlin was announced as the winner in …Read More




Review: England’s Three-Test Tour of the UAE

Another tour of the sub-continent brought another series loss for England, as their traditional woes against spin bowling saw their middle order struggle, resulting in a 2-0 series win for Pakistan. This was probably one of England’s toughest tours due to the lack of a world class spinner in their ranks. On their previous tour to Asia …Read More


Battling Birmingham Men’s Volleyball 1st XI Beaten By Oxford

Birmingham were looking to build upon their impressive 3-2 win against Warwick last week as they faced Oxford at the Munrow Sports Hall. Oxford began the first set strongly with their number 20 serving well to build a big lead of 12-6, before Lambert Chang won Birmingham their seventh point. This proved to be a …Read More