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The latest campus, Nottingham and student news from our news team. from 6PM on Wed 27th May

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England's test victory, Monaco GP review and Hull's relegation

Amar, David and Joe joined Simon this week to chat cricket, tennis, F1 and football. They began with England's victory on the fifth day of the 1st test against New Zealand.

Next up was a look back at the weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, in which Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton to 1st place on the podium.

The panel also discussed the French Open tennis.

Finally, Simon, Amar, David and Joe dissected Hull's relegation from the Premier League on Sunday.

For more national and international sports discussion, tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.

Relegation battle, Wakefield Wildcats and Monaco GP

Amar was joined by Chris, Adam and David on Tuesday to dissect the latest sporting stories from across the UK and beyond. They began by discussing the Premier League relegation battle, and who will go down on Sunday.

In rugby league Wakefield Wildcats, who haven't won since February, have sacked their coach James Webster. The panel gave their thoughts.

Also on the agenda was the Monaco Grand Prix, which the lads previewed.

The final topic of discussion was the forthcoming French Open tennis and Andy Murray's chances in the tournament.

For more national and international sporting debate, tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.

KP, Murray beats Nadal, Rosberg's win in Spain and Champions League

Simon was joined by Nick and Amar in the URN studio to debate the latest stories from the sporting world. They began with cricket. Despite scoring 355 not out for Surrey, Kevin Pietersen was told on Monday night by new Director of England Cricket Andrew Strauss that he would not be considered to play in the next Ashes series due to issues of trust.

Next up was tennis, where Andy Murray recorded an encouraging win over Rafael Nadal on clay at the Madrid Masters.

F1 was up for discussion with Nico Rosberg beating Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton for the first time this season at the weekend's Spanish Grand Prix. The boys also discussed the changes to the engines.

Finally, the panel chatted Champions League, with the semi-final second legs taking place this week.

For more national and international sports discussion, tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.

Danny Jones, Mayweather's win and Chelsea the champions

Amar and Joe joined Simon in the studio to tackle this week's talking points from the world of sport. They began with rugby league and the tragic news about Keighley Cougars player Danny Jones, who died from a cardiac arrest during a League One game at London Skolars.

The trio also discussed Floyd Mayweather's win against Manny Pacquiao in what was billed as the 'fight of the century'.

England's cricket side lost the third test against the West Indies, meaning a series that most observers expected England to win ended 1-1. The panel dissected the debacle.

Finally on the agenda was Chelsea, who have been crowned Premier League champions 2014/15.

For more national and international sports discussion, tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.

O'Sullivan's shoes, Pacquiao v Mayweather and Anderson the record-breaker

Simon was joined by David and Chris last week to discuss the big sports stories of the day. They began with the snooker World Championship and Ronnie O'Sullivan's strange antics. The 39-year-old played one match in his socks and was given a warning after making a 'lewd' gesture during his second-round clash with Matthew Stevens.

Simon then asked whether Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao, billed as the fight of the century, could see Mayweather judged as the greatest boxer of all-time.

A currently rare English cricket win naturally made it onto URN Sport's agenda. James Anderson broke Sir Ian Botham's record as England's highest Test wicket-taker with his 384th dismissal.

Finally, Simon, Chris and David reflected on Bournemouth and Watford's promotion to the Premier League.

For more national and international sports discussion, tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.