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Match Report: M1 Hockey v Reading

With the league season wrapped up, the Men’s Hockey 1sts put in a wonderful second half display and dispatched the University of Reading 4-0 in the cup at the Bournbrook pitches. With Reading having finished bottom of the South A league, and Birmingham finishing 3rd, 1 point away from the title, in the North A …Read More


Match Report: W1 Netball v Surrey

The women’s first team have eased their way into the quarter finals of the cup after a dominant display against the Universety of Surrey, coming out 89-25 winners. From the start, Birmingham looked dominant and racked up a large lead. So prominent was their dominance in both attack and defence, that it was 5 minutes …Read More


Six Nations 2018 – Round Three Preview

After week off, the Six Nations is back this weekend and Morgan Roberts is here to give us the lowdown on the fixtures ahead.   France vs Italy, Stade Velodrome, Marseille, Friday 8pm For the first time, the Six Nations will be played in Marseille with France hosting one of their three home matches in …Read More




AS IT HAPPENED: BUCS Nationals 2018

Relive all of Burn FM Sport’s live BUCS Nationals coverage from Sheffield. We brought you all the results and reaction from Athletics, Swimming & Karate throughout the day.  


Brutal Ireland, Wales Denied, and Scotland Squeeze Out Their First Win: The Top 10 Talking Points of Round 2 of The 2018 Natwest 6 Nations

Ireland starting to gather injuries – Henshaw and Furlong: Concern is rife in the Irish ranks given the injuries obtained during the Italian games yesterday. Furlong and Henshaw, two stalwarts of the Irish set up, sustained nasty looking injuries: Henshaw a dodgy elbow and Furlong a hamstring problem. Jordan Lamour replaced Henshaw (Keith Earls came …Read More


The Storm Didn’t Frighten The Wasps

Wasps Netball looked confident as they ran onto the court at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, for their debut game in the Vitality Netball Superleague. A crowd of 1150 spectators packed into the Ericsson Indoor Arena to watch the team defend their Superleague title. The first quarter started off nicely for the Wasps with GA Rachel …Read More


The 2018 Australian Open Opened The Way For Fresh Talent

The Australian Open has just concluded its two week run in Melbourne, crowning Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki as its champions. This year was marked by shock upsets, epic victories, and agonising injury struggles. Let’s take a look at the highlights of the fortnight. Men’s Champion: Roger Federer The King of Tennis and, in my opinion, …Read More


Match Report: M1 Basketball v Nottingham

The Men’s 1sts Basketball team played out an entertaining game against the University of Nottingham and were unlucky to fall to a 58-64 defeat at UB Sport & Fitness. Home court advantage looked like to be a factor early in the first quarter, as Nottingham found themselves 11-2 down after a few minutes. Fraser Argyle …Read More