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Edinburgh Napier Radio Group – ENRG – Pronounced ‘Energy’. Run by the students of Edinburgh Napier University and broadcasting out to you, wherever and whoever you are. Since our first day of broadcasting in November 2013, we are now home to a unique mix shows with a broad range of topics and themes. Music, news, comedy, art and conversation: that's what we're all about. Broadcasting live every Wednesday and Thursday online and on campus. Check out the website for loads of new incoming content. Want to get involved? Get in touch - we want to hear your voice.
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It’s been a less-than straight-forward introduction to English football for VAR. It was thought that the technology would end all discussion on refereeing decisions, but after a couple of high-profile incidents of controversy there is more debate than ever before. Now, two of our ENRG Sport writers have their say. By Luke Barry and Gregor Kerr
Missed the Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys look forward to the 4th round of the Scottish Cup, plus discussion on an enthralling match at Anfield, Spurs’ win over Everton and the latest in the Alexis Sanchez transfer saga.
As with any international squad, there are always going to be omissions. And yes, Scotland has some promising young stars that could possibly have earned an opportunity during this campaign. But there is a chance they could benefit from not being included. By Erin McRitchie
In one of the closest championships to date, the 2017 MotoGP season gave more and more with every race. It was one to remember, and with so much drama, it’s easy to forget some of the best moments of a year that will go down in history. Not only because Marc Marquez didn’t steam to victory as easily as was expected, but because it was punctuated with unlikely winners and injuries and impactful races. Here is just a small look at a huge season. By Jade du Preez
The 48-year-old will hold talks with the Scottish FA next week. O’Neill has been an outstanding manager for Northern Ireland, but he might not be able to keep exceeding expectations for much longer. He might just have more options and more time at Scotland. By Paige Beresford
Harry Kane became Tottenham’s top scorer in Premier League history as he netted another two goals in Spurs’ 4-0 win over Everton. Match report from Gregor Kerr, who travelled down to London to attend his first Spurs match
Though the Premiership title-race once again looks non-existent, the lower leagues in Scotland remain highly competitive and entertaining. There are sure to be a few more twists and turns before the end of the season. By Bryce Donaldson.
The 22-year-old endured a difficult few months at Nottingham Forest following his transfer from Hibs last summer, but a surprise return to Scottish football in the shape of a loan-move to Rangers presents the Scottish international with an opportunity for regular game-time, and the chance to rediscover his goal-scoring form. By Grant Barnes
City’s unbeaten run was always going to end eventually. At least for Guardiola, as well as their players and fans, it was in a game that exemplified everything there is to love about football. By Jamie Braidwood
Jack Hobbs and captain Harry Brooks put on a solid display to push past Namibia in their opening game of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup. By Iain Leggat