Certainly, the Zionist sports media served in diffusing this campaign by intensifying the Zionist presence in Palestine, portraying the Jews as if they were the bulk of the population in Palestine, and the sole sports representative of Palestine regionally and internationally. Since mid-1920s until early 1930s, this newspaper reported about the Arabs as if they were bandits, honor killers and lovers of revenge. They were portrayed as a minority in Palestine, and were denied as a cultural entity.
Most reports on sports in PB and PP were about international sports event, British sports (in Great Britain), British Mandate and Jewish teams. It also included YMCA's athletic activities and tournaments. In addition, it included news about sports in neighboring countries such as Egypt, Lebanon, and Jordan. And about regional and international sports reports. PP also reported about Armenian football and boxing. It also included some news about sports activities in missionary schools, and annual sports meetings in government schools.
Sports reports in PB and PP were similar to its Hebrew and Arab counterparts during the Mandate period were short, random and shoved to the newspaper margins. Due to the abundance of athletic news on a daily basis, and despite the lack of analytical articles, this newspaper could be a sufficient source for writing sports history in Mandate Palestine.