Boycotting the Cup to Survive

There is a conundrum that seems to be effecting a number of sports worldwide. The teams at the top of all sports have, often deservedly, a great deal more than those below them. More money, better players, better facilities, and

Lions Tours Take On The Best

Despite a British and Irish Lions Tour to remember there are still some people who question the quadrennial tour. They have questioned whether the united Lions are good enough to take on the Southern Hemisphere teams, and whether in the

Podcast #38 – Scotland Midfielder Asa Hartford, the FFA and Cricket’s Stand Off.

Podcast #38 – Scotland Midfielder Asa Hartford, the FFA and Cricket’s Stand Off.

Thank you once again to who downloaded the last podcast, as the last show broke all records in terms of listeners and thank you also to those who took the time to contact us with their feedback. On this show

A Night To Remember – Farewell to A Champion

Anyone who was at NIB Stadium last night will remember the evening for many years to come, in spite of the rain tumbling down and the bungled post-game presentations. It was a night to celebrate on so many levels. First

Cricket’s One Big Test

A common trend in today’s world is for companies to bring in “specialists” to give them advice as to how they can do things better. Sporting organisations are no different. Just as coaches and athletes will look at new training

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