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Snap Shot #53 – Blues Night

As an Aussie Rules fan, Rugby League is a game I dismiss as a bunch of no-neck gorillas running into each other. Not nearly as exciting as tall lean athletes leaping over each other. 904 more words

Snap Shots

What Cooper Cronk should do with the rest of his life (or at least the next couple of years)

Despite playing for both Queensland and the Melbourne Storm, Cronk is a player who I’ve always respected, a consummate professional, level headed and supremely talented, he never appears to fall victim to his own hype, unlike some of his close peers. 1,192 more words

Cooper Cronk

Florida diary

What is it about the British and complaining?

I’ve just flown to Sanford Orlando and a lady on the bus to the plane (parked away from the terminal due to building work) was moaning that there were too many people on the bus hadn’t paid for “Premium “economy, then the plane was too far away for her liking, when we arrived at the plane, she complained it was too hot to be sat on the bus, despite the plane not being ready yet. 1,100 more words

Rugby League


York City Knights Ladies have reached the final of the Women’s Challenge Shield.

After beating Premier Division Barrow Ladies in quarter-finals, York had been scheduled to face Whitley Bay in the last four. 210 more words

The A-Z of British Sport

Click the link to play the quiz ‘The A-Z of British Sport’. See if you can get them all right.



They Can Because They Think They Can

“They can because they think they can”
– Virgil

When babies are born they really are quite useless – The only actions they take part in are the ones that are biologically programmed into living beings to be done without having to consciously think about doing it: Breathing, sleeping, going to the toilet and crying to express the need for something; be it food, a new nappy or just the same feeling they had while in the womb, being wrapped in safe warm arms. 2,331 more words

Castleford: The Contenders

For a club that suffered two relegations in three years (2004 and 2006), finishing high in Super League and competing for Rugby League’s biggest prize wasn’t something that Castleford Tigers have been known for. 663 more words