This week we go from Sri Lanka to the West Indies, via Oman, Zimbabwe and Iceland!
Which debut Big Bash bowler is out performing all the big guns? Find out here as we explore the 'unknown' T20 bowlers.
With UFC 234 just around the corner this Sunday in Melbourne, guest writer Harry Dennis of The Blue Corner gives us his preview of the co-main event, a meeting of two fighters of the same mould at very different points in their career. It may be too far down the road to call this bout … Continue reading Adesanya vs Silva: Past vs Present
Introducing the first of our weekly Round The Grounds feature
Nicky Ajose recently joined Mansfield Town on loan from Charlton Athletic. The striker was photographed shaking hands with Mansfield’s CEO, Carolyn Radford. When a player leaves a club, their departure is sometimes met with elation, sometimes with disappointment, and sometimes with fans thinking of what could’ve been. On one Facebook group for Charlton fans, however, … Continue reading Calling out Sexism in Football
Don't want Tests and the Big Bash clashing? This is the article for you!
What if the BBL and WBBL combined to form one Combined Big Bash League?
Pre-season A pretty decent pre-season. The highlight being a 3-0 win over Anderlecht which we dominated. We were 2-0 down against City and pulled it back to draw, while the wins against Portadown and Albion Rovers were easy, and organised because I didn't want to go through a pre-season without winning. All but those two … Continue reading Charlton Athletic: Sorting out the mess – Football Manager 2019, Part 2
Welcome to my Charlton story! This is my first ever story so apologies of the format is a bit awry. You join me at the end of my first season, and safe to say it went pretty well! I'll start at pre-season though and work towards where I am now. The emphasis here is very … Continue reading Charlton Athletic: Sorting out the mess – Football Manager 2019, Part 1
As England take the field for the final test in the series against India, Sam Dyer of The Cricket Walrus brings us his side of players that were good enough to earn their Test Caps much sooner than this series, but for whatever reason have been overlooked. Selectors can’t always get it right. Sometimes they’ll … Continue reading England’s Ignored XI