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Commonwealth Games: England’s netball and women’s rugby 7s triumph whilst 2018 sees a fairly disappointing year overall

England netballers claim gold in dramatic showdown England‘s netballers impressed crowds by sweeping gold from favourites Australia. Their journey to the netball gold-medal final has not been without a challenge as they came back in a nail-bitingly close semi-final against Jamaica to win 56-55. The tension and stakes were even higher in the final, with world number 1 Australia’s home crowd...
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Meet England’s Women’s Rugby 7s Commonwealth multi-talented side for their debut

With 2018 being the first year in which women’s rugby 7s will be played, we thought we’d take a look at the profile of each team member representing England in the forthcoming matches and hear what they had to say about their careers and backgrounds. Claire Allan (Aged 32, Back) Joined the Metropolitan Police aged 22, serving 6 years, Allan is now on a career break and plans to return once...
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Tough times for England this winter & what a new selector might bring…

England’s frustration in New Zealand After a drama-filled and disappointing Ashes tainted with scandal and ending in a 4-0 defeat against Australia, England needed to pull something out of the bag for the final matches of their winter tour Down Under. Despite being in charge for most of the course of action on the final day at the Hagley Oval, England could not bowl out New Zealand, resulting...
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Six Nations: Super Saturday predictions and scanrios

Six Nations famous ‘Super Saturday’ is upon us, with Ireland having already scooped the title with a round to spare – but there’s still plenty left to play for, as we have 4 sides in the running for a second place finish. Take a look at our nation-by-nation breakdown of Saturday’s potential scenarios. Ireland  Ireland have bagged 19 points from 4 wins, including 3 bonus points. This is...
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Biggest talking points: Winter Olympics

After a dramatic and eventful Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, we take a look at some of the moments to remember…           Although the British medal count may be modest when compared to Norway, Germany, the US and Canada, this was still an impressive record-breaking year for Team GB, seeing them top their previous best successes at Sochi 2014 and Chamonix in 1924....
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