Heroics cover over the cracks

After England’s rugby union side almost pulled off a sensational result against France last Sunday, many fans were left feeling extremely positive about their chances at the upcoming World Cup. However, they didn’t do quite enough and finished runners-up for the fourth successive Six Nations, meaning they haven’t won the event since 2011. The future [...]

Vote For the Future

How many of you can name the golfer in the above picture off the top of your head? If as many of 5 of you can then I’ll be extremely impressed. That is Michelle Wie, arguably the most famous female golfer in the world at the current moment in time. Does her name now ring [...]

The 52 Blog

An exhilarating and pulsating opening weekend to the 2013 RBS 6 Nations has proved one thing – so-called expert pundits don’t actually know what they’re talking about! England outplayed Scotland, who were flattened by the final score line after a couple of sloppy mistakes, in contradiction to predictions across the board that they would scrape to a Calcutta Cup victory, while France… Well, whoever predicted that they would win the Grand Slam clearly needs their head testing!

On Saturday, England played with a flair and excitement that hasn’t really been seen for a couple of years. Their offloading game, especially, was something to be admired but all aspects of their game were slick and they set an impressive foundation from which they can build during the rest of the tournament. Another clear improvement seen against the Scots was the disciplinary levels – for years England fans have been shouting at…

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