Tag: Northern Ireland

Netball World Cup Special: Jo Weston

“I’ve always been somewhat gregarious. My Mum used to say ‘there’s no show without Jo!’” Speaking to Jo Weston, you wouldn’t realise she is just days away from one of the toughest tests of her netball career; the 2019 Netball World Cup. The Australian… Continue Reading “Netball World Cup Special: Jo Weston”

Have a Little Patience

Professional football is a very fickle business if you’re a manager. One minute fans, players and chairmen alike see you as a God-like figure; the next, you’re a villain who should be banished from the world as quickly as possible. Nowadays, it seems as… Continue Reading “Have a Little Patience”

Comm-on, let’s get excited!

The Commonwealth Games are just around the corner, yet very few people are talking about it! Why is this?

Why the old ‘Give me a C…’ is a load of nonsense

When you think of cheerleading (I know most of you don’t but just pretend you do) I’m sure that a large majority of the population will imagine scandily-clad women, pom poms and silly chants. It doesn’t seem like a real sport does it? This… Continue Reading “Why the old ‘Give me a C…’ is a load of nonsense”

Sing it Louder, Sing it Clearer…

Watching the San Marino football team clutching their chests with ‘pride’ (I hate that action, it doesn’t mean anything) but not singing during their national anthem before their game against England on Friday made me think – do they actually know the words? Having… Continue Reading “Sing it Louder, Sing it Clearer…”