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Press Release from Ian Bell about Warwickshire’s Upcoming Season

Ian Bell insists he will embark on the 2018 season this week refreshed, rebooted and having “given myself the best chance to have a great season.” Warwickshire face Sussex in the season-opener at Edgbaston on Friday and as the club prepares for its first season of Division Two Specsavers County Championship cricket since 2008, Bell’s …Read More



AS IT HAPPENED: Brum Varsity 2018

Keep up to date with all the action and reaction from the 5th Rugby Union Brum Varsity between UoB Men’s 1st and UoB Medics 1st.


The Two-headed Lion vs The Griffin: Who’ll win the Rugby Brum Varsity?

Well folks, the season’s biggest rugby game is back. The Gallowglass Shield has been played four times and so far, it is honours even. Last January, the University of Birmingham’s First XV (with their emblem of the two-headed lion) romped home to victory, scoring 4 tries, including a Craig Bonar brace, to the Medics’s (adorning …Read More


Great Scot! What A Weekend: 6 Nations 3rd Round Review

Well, we waited for 2 weeks but, oh boy, was it worth it. It was an action-packed, high drama full of some glorious tries, and here are the Top 10 talking points from the weekend. One referee escapes criticism while another is unfairly flogged: Nigel Owens was heavily criticised by some gracious defeated English fans. …Read More


Six Nations 2018 – Round Three Preview

After week off, the Six Nations is back this weekend and Morgan Roberts is here to give us the lowdown on the fixtures ahead.   France vs Italy, Stade Velodrome, Marseille, Friday 8pm For the first time, the Six Nations will be played in Marseille with France hosting one of their three home matches in …Read More



Brutal Ireland, Wales Denied, and Scotland Squeeze Out Their First Win: The Top 10 Talking Points of Round 2 of The 2018 Natwest 6 Nations

Ireland starting to gather injuries – Henshaw and Furlong: Concern is rife in the Irish ranks given the injuries obtained during the Italian games yesterday. Furlong and Henshaw, two stalwarts of the Irish set up, sustained nasty looking injuries: Henshaw a dodgy elbow and Furlong a hamstring problem. Jordan Lamour replaced Henshaw (Keith Earls came …Read More