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It was a near-perfect post-season run of four great games in a row. It is always hard to pull that off but even more so when you start with a play-in game and a lower seed (in the NCAA’s mysterious seeding system). 173 woorden meer


Soccer. Or, really, shouldn't it be Football?

Why is our American football game called football, when we (I use the term “we” quite loosely, beings as I personally do not play football) use our HANDS and feet? 716 woorden meer


Simon Yeo: One to Eleven

Lincoln City legend, Simon Yeo has named his career One to Eleven.

Before a successful footballing career Yeo was part of the British Army where he toured Bosnia and Northern Ireland. 477 woorden meer


Clan Coach Ryan Finnerty: The Least We Deserve Is To Qualify For The Champions Hockey League

Braehead Clan were pipped to the Elite League title by the Sheffield Steelers, and head coach Ryan Finnerty has praised his players and believes qualifying for Europe is an amazing consolation prize. 220 woorden meer

Braehead Clan

May the odds be in your favor

Or the story about the Finnish hockey league play-off odds. (And how one of these days I’ll actually have to read and/or watch The Hunger Games… 1.299 woorden meer

Ice Hockey

Green, green grass of home

The game: Hendon v. Canvey Island.
The ground: Earlsmead Stadium.
The conditions: foggier than my memory after a night on the Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

By the misty glow of the Earlsmead’s floodlights, to the sound of cooing from the main stand’s resident family of pigeons, the Greens of Hendon and the Gulls of Canvey Island emerged from their respective dressing rooms and jogged out onto the clumpy pitch. 1.202 woorden meer