FOOTBALL: The Blues cap off a perfect season with victory against The Other Place, and Lemar loves it.
RUGBY: The Redboys restore some pride by beating Queens’ to regain the league title.
FOOTBALL: The Blues’ second-team take on The Other Place as the squad warms up for Varsity.
NETBALL: All the magic of the cup – Newnham snatch victory from Murray Edwards on an exciting day of action on the courts.
RUGBY: Not even a blizzard could stop a marauding pack of touring Argentinians from getting the better of the Blues.
NETBALL: Catch up with the latest netball action as the college league approaches a climax.
NETBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF reports as the Queens’ and Downing juggernauts rumble on.
Here come the girls. MICHAEL ALHADEFF reports on dramatic changes to The Boat Race.
Newnham are on fire in the snow as MICHAEL ALHADEFF rounds up the latest netball action
FOOTBALL: The Blues continue their charge towards a BUCS league title as MICHAEL ALHADEFF freezes his nuts off.
Cambridge come up short against a strong Durham side. MICHAEL ALHADEFF was there to see where it went wrong.
MICHAEL ALHADEFF previews the glut of Varsity Matches to come this term.
RUGBY: MICHAEL ALHADEFF picks over the bones of what was a gloomy day at Twickenham.
LIVE UPDATES: Sports Editors RUPERT MERCER and MICHAEL ALHADEFF are tweeting live from today’s Varsity rugby match.
ROWING: MICHAEL ALHADEFF rounds up this term’s action which climaxed in the Fairbairns Cup.
MICHAEL ALHADEFF talks to The Daily Telegraph’s Derek Pringle about everything from the Pakistani corruption scandal to the future of cricket.
NETBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF wraps up the league season as Jesus claim the title.
NETBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF watches Murray Edwards continue to go on the march
RUGBY: MICHAEL ALHADEFF watched a strong storm sweep through Grange Road
NETBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF brings you the games from the latest round of college netball fixtures.
FOOTBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF rounds up the action in the opening weekend of cuppers.
Star jockey Frankie Dettori has been awarded an honorary doctorate in science by Anglia Ruskin.
NETBALL: The girls will be hoping to continue last year’s successful run with a result at this year’s netball championships, despite a lack of returning blues, says MICHAEL ALHADEFF.
RUGBY: This term, all eyes will be on John’s and Jesus in College Rugby, after the Redboys lost the Division One title to Jesus last year, says MICHAEL ALHADEFF.
Planning on watching tomorrows Rugby World Cup game? MICHAEL ALHADEFF recommends a heavy dose of booze, baked beans and pro plus.