Lithuanian prospect and LFA Light-heavyweight champion Julius Anglickas signs for Bellator MMA.

Julius sparring or boxing

It was reported earlier this month that the Legacy Fighting Alliance’s (LFA) light-heavyweight champion Julius Anglickas, has taken the next step up in his career by signing with the UFC’s arch-rival, Bellator MMA. The Lithuanian-born fighter has put pen to paper on a four-fight deal that sees him placed into a hard-hitting division

Daniel Jarvis: the St Mary’s student with World Championship dreams

The next 18 months are important for any athlete with aspirations of competing at the upcoming World Athletics Championships, and next year’s Olympic Games beyond that. But for St Mary’s University student and distance runner Daniel Jarvis, the stakes couldn’t be higher. The 23-year-old has just finished the penultimate year of his Business Management degree and

St Mary’s University and Indoor Cricket: A Successful Partnership

St Mary’s University Cricket Club has enjoyed another fruitful BUCS indoor cricket campaign in 2019. Having made the national finals in March for the third year running, they finished as runners up in this year’s competition, narrowly losing out to Portsmouth in a tense final. The match was played in front of a raucous crowd

Sports Journalism Director Daragh Minogue shortlisted for NCTJ award

The founder and director of the Sports Journalism programme at St Mary’s University in London, Dr Daragh Minogue, has been shortlisted for a prestigious new National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) award.  The industry training award “recognises the outstanding work of individuals, educators and employers who promote equality, diversity

St Mary’s University cheerleaders ready to Bring It On Again

The St. Mary’s Scorpions were crowned National University Champions after their impressive performance in last year’s ICC [International Cheer Coalition] competition. Sports Gazette joined the cheerleaders ahead of next month’s Nationals to discuss stereotypes, routines and plans to retain the title. Pom-poms, tiny outfits and catchy chants – the stereotypes