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Exeter City book Wembley place: 5 things we learnt

E xeter City booked a place at Wembley in emphatic style on Thursday night; a 95th-minute screamer from Jack Stacey ensured the Grecians emerged 3-2 winners on a rollercoaster night at St James...

Exeter City and Carlisle United battle to a thrilling draw in play-off opener

C arlisle United fought back from 3-1 down to level the first-leg of this play-off semi-final, meaning the reverse fixture is poised on a knife edge. Exeter City’s potent attack looked to have...

Carlisle beat Exeter to set up play-off rematch

Exeter City succumbed to a 3-2 defeat at home to Carlisle United on the final day of the League Two season, with the result setting up a rematch between the two sides in the...

“I’m gutted”: Watkins and Wheeler react

E xeter City saw their promotion dreams dashed by a stoic and effective Blackpool side. A goal inside three minutes from Brad Potts sent Tangerine fans into delirium, but a David Wheeler...

Welcome to the toxic psychological world of sporting injury

Vincent Kompany is an atom of unadulterated energy. He emits a roar – a primal roar of frustration turned to delight. After months of watching in the stands and seasons blighted by recurring injury...

Exeter Chiefs & their Premiership title charge

Ever since their promotion to English rugby’s top tier in 2010, the Exeter Chiefs have moved from strength to strength. A gradual progression from relegation survival, through to mid table security and improving European...

Taking the plunge with EUSC, interview with the captain

Who doesn’t love constantly smelling of chlorine? That wasn’t the only reason that Lydia Smith, swimming club captain, gave for choosing swimming as a sport. With the swimming varsity coming up on the 4th March...

Wenger In or Wenger Out?

“Victoria Concordia Crescit”. This motto has been associated with Arsenal football club since it appeared in a 1913 match day programme. It is most frequently translated as “victory through harmony” or “victory grows through...

‘One of the great sporting stories’ – Sergio Garcia meets destiny

“I’m not good enough for the majors. I don’t have the thing I need to have.” This was the damning self-assessment of a despondent Sergio Garcia in 2012 after the Spaniard had missed out on...

3 questions heading into the clay court season on the ATP Tour

1. Can the GOAT really win the French Open having not played a tournament on clay beforehand? Roger Federer is certainly the man in form right now. And no, you aren’t reading a piece from...

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