Monthly Archives: July 2013

Can Glasgow’s home advantage make a difference for Scotland Sevens at the Commonwealth Games?

There’s a certain Scottish cyclist I’m thinking of. You might have heard of him – he’s an 11-time world champion and happens to be the greatest British Olympian ever with a grand total of six gold medals and a silver. … Continue reading

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Swindon Robins don’t have enough depth to beat the Brummies

Josh Auty’s tally of 10+2 helped the Birmingham Brummies comfortably beat Swindon Robins 52-44, turning around a run of four consecutive defeats to the Robins at Perry Barr. Auty’s 12-point tally at reserve was largely matched by Martin Smolinski and, … Continue reading

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Harlow Nationals lose twice to league leaders Herts Falcons

NBL defending champions Harlow Nationals lost two matches against Herts Falcons on Sunday 30th June, making it four consecutive defeats in Britain’s top baseball league. The Nationals travelled to Grovehill Ballpark, eager to turn around their lacklustre season and recover … Continue reading

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