Sport / 04/08/2022 Groundhog Day for the Canaries? A Preview of Norwich City’s 22/23 Season

Another season in the Premier League and another predictable relegation for Norwich City. Rock bottom in 20th place, but this surely would mean only one thing for the Canaries, a triumphant season back in the Championship. Teemu Pukki scoring goals for fun, top of the league and an enjoyable season brushing aside all other opponents...

Breaking News, Sport / 31/07/2022 Kelly scores winning goal as England defeat Germany to win Euro 2022

Chloe Kelly hadn’t scored an international goal for England but 110 minutes into the final of Euro 2022, all that changed as she pounced and slotted home the winner to defeat Germany in a hard-fought game 2-1. A record 87,192 watched on at Wembley Stadium as England won their first major tournament since 1966. Sarina...

Sport / 12/07/2022 The Commonwealth Games 2022: All you need to know.

The 2022 Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham will take place from 28 July to 8 August. It will be the third time England has hosted the games, the last two being London 1934 and Manchester 2002. It is the seventh held in the United Kingdom as there have previously been Cardiff 1958, Edinburgh 1970 and...

Sport / 12/07/2022 Sport: A place where everyone is welcome

In a world where so many things are limited to those with the best grades or looks, those with the most money or connections, sport is one of the rare areas that’s open to all. Regardless of what makes every individual, individual, every sport can be adapted to include everybody. Whilst there is still structure...

Sport / 12/07/2022 The ups and downs of sporting success at a young age

For many, the dream as a child is to become an athlete. To win trophies and accolades, to have all the sponsors and money, to be on the front of billboards and backs of newspapers. However, fame and success rarely come without expectations and scrutiny, and at a young age, the expectations and scrutiny can...

Sport / 12/07/2022 Murray: Magic, misfortune and metal hips

As he suffered defeat in the second round of Wimbledon, Andy Murray was described by his victorious opponent, John Isner, as ‘one of the greatest players ever’ but given years of injury, including surgery to resurface his hip and the fact he hasn’t reached a grand slam semi-final since 2017, it leaves us with a...


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