Physical Disability Cricket World Series – University of Worcester

Physical Disability Cricket World Series – University of Worcester

My name is Will Flynn, I’m studying in physical geography at the University of Worcester and I’m going into my second year. My name’s James Nordin and I’ve just finished my first year studying sports coaching science here at the University of Worcester and I’m also part of the England physical disability cricket team. So the University of Worcester just […]

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Inner-city cricket: is ethnic minority talent being missed?

Inner-city cricket: is ethnic minority talent being missed?

Players of south Asian heritage make up about 30% of recreational cricketers in the UK. however only four percent make up the pool of professional players When you play at a certain level, at school level, especially in Birmingham, an element of prejudice. You obviously moved from Derbyshire to Leicestershire, presumably to get more game time? Played a few first-class […]

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Sports Management Degree Course – Martina Koleva on Why She Chose Wrexham Glyndwr University

Sports Management Degree Course – Martina Koleva on Why She Chose Wrexham Glyndwr University

Hello my name is Martina and I’m from Bulgaria. I study Sports Management here at Wrexham Glyndwr University. Before coming to Wrexham Glyndwr University I’ve been playing volleyball for nine years in Bulgaria and I was really interested in sports studies. I found out that Wrexham Glyndwr University can offer me all the opportunities that are going to be relevant […]

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What happened to state school cricket? – Inner-city cricket: the state of play

What happened to state school cricket? – Inner-city cricket: the state of play

Nine of the 12 players used during the 2005 Ashes came from state schools. However, since Paul Collingwood retired in 2011, no English batsman from a state school has held down a regular spot in the national team. The numbers jar considering only 7% of British children are privately educated. Is there a problem getting state school cricketers through the […]

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Golfing With 100 Year Old Clubs | Part 1 At Kingarrock Hickory Golf In St Andrews Scotland

Golfing With 100 Year Old Clubs | Part 1 At Kingarrock Hickory Golf In St Andrews Scotland

we’re out here at Kingarrock I think I pronounced that right Kingarrock up so I’ve been working on that just for y’all to pronounce it properly didn’t wanna yeah I kept calling it Kingarrock if I’m being real that’s what I kept saying we’re out here we’re gonna show you what it’s like to play with Hickory stick golf clubs […]

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