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

Bully-Off

On 3rd July I posted a story entitled “No HIL equals Hockey In limbo,” which was picked up by many media outlets in India. It would appear that some in authority were upset that news of an email sent by

No, to a Fourth Test

The final three minutes of the British and Irish Lions final Test match against the All Blacks will be talked about for at least the next twelve years. Was referee Romain Poite right to award a scrum to New Zealand

Hopefully History Will Not Repeat

News that there may be no Hockey India League in 2018 seemed to send the Hockey world into shock. After all this was the blue riband hockey event away from Internationals. It was a high calibre competition attracting the best

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