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World Trip: Oxford, England

After the quick forty-eight hours in Dublin, I had a rainy start to my flight back to England – walking through the cobble stone streets with my pack on my back and another strapped to the front, all the while trying to see through my rained on glasses. 874 more words


What Ashes?

How big a plonker is Danny Cipriani feeling at the moment?

He’s the English rugby player who said not one Wallaby would make it into England’s World Cup  side. 684 more words


Lancaster Bombs (Boom!)

As an Irishman, and a rugby fan, it’s difficult to maintain an emotional objectivity to England’s early exit from the Rugby World Cup. However, personal feelings aside, I have endeavoured to protest that this moment could provide the great epiphany that English rugby has needed for nigh on twelve years: it wouldn’t be the first time a dismantling of one’s national team in front of a worldwide audience has affected profound change upon the powers that be. 1,725 more words


Once Upon a Brewery

While passing through Shepton Mallet in Somerset, on the way back from Glastonbury in 2014, I saw a building out of the corner of my eye.   156 more words


IN MY OPINION: Gary Rowett's party bus chugs on

Gary Rowett has Birmingham City in his pocket. The players, the fans and what’s left of the board- and we couldn’t be happier.

The former Burton man has completely revolutionised Blues in every aspect since his arrival. 383 more words