A last minute wonder-goal from Jack Taylor salvaged a point for Sloth as they came from two goals down to draw…
Swansea extend their lead at the top of league 1A following a convincing win against Cardiff.
The Waterfront caught up with Amir Akhtar, a referee in the Intramural Football League.
Swansea University Intramural Football League paid tribute to former Hardly Athletic player Jack Wilcox with a minute’s silence before Sunday’s fixtures.
Sue Fitzpatrick was the star of the show as Swansea tore their city rivals apart in the Bucs cup, to…
Men’s football firsts captain Pete Ockwell believes Swansea can win the Bucs Western 1A division after a “brilliant” start.
Bethan Rudge said she was “very pleased and proud of her team” following the women’s 2nds first win of the season.
Jasmin Lane has become the first female referee to take charge of an intramural football match in the league’s history.
Ajax Treesdown captain Dan Clancy scored a wonder-goal in their 4-2 victory over Blazin Bonville Bulldogs.
The weather-hit fourth round of fixtures took place on November 13 with Singleton Park Rangers and PhotoSinthesis sharing the spoils.
Swansea firsts team captain Ria Llewellyn thinks her side were guilty of complacency, despite thrashing the seconds.
The first Ents cup draw of the 2011/12 season took place in Divas on November 9.
Swansea women’s footballers experienced a tough week as both the 1sts and 2nds lost.
Men’s football club captain Zak Shayler believes the rapid improvement in men’s football is due to the record number of trialists…
The Waterfront caught up with Swansea 1sts and 2nds captains ahead of their upcoming grudge match.
Pete Ockwell sets his sights on winning the league following their win against rivals Cardiff.
A 14 goal haul in the opening two games saw Swansea women’s footballers get off to the best…
An online argument broke out after the first round of intramural matches about the lack of qualified referees…
Debutant Adam price delighted Swansea captain Tim Brienza with his man-of-the-match performance against Cardiff at Fairwood.
The 2009/10 season was the year of the Sloth.