Monthly Archive: March 2016

Mar 31

Caring for Your Cricket Bat

A cricket bat is, together with a ball and some stumps, one of the few pieces of cricket equipment that is essential for even the most casual knockabout. Proper care of a cricket bat, such as oiling and “knocking in”, will significantly increase its life and help you maintain peak performance. A New Bat Proper …

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Mar 28

Hockey 2016 World Cup

From 29 March to 9 April 2016, the hockey Grand Masters World Cup for women will take place in Canberra, Australia, closely followed by the men’s Grand Masters Hockey World Cup from 3 May to 12t May in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Featuring over 70 hockey teams from around the world, the tournament will …

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Mar 25

Men’s Hockey – Champions’ Trophy to Be Held in London

It has been announced that the Champions’ Trophy, which is a men’s hockey tournament featuring six of the world’s top teams, will now be held in London in June 2016. The tournament comes less than two months before the Olympic Games in Rio. The Champions’ Trophy will be held from 10 to17 June, just a …

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Mar 22

European Football Championship 2016

It’s certainly an interesting time to be a football fan. The upsets in the English Premier League saw the mighty fall and some new blood rise to recognition. The winter-spring excitement of the UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues followed, and the summer is set to keep the pace going with the Euro 2016 Championship. British …

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Mar 19

India tour of Zimbabwe June 2016

2016 is already turning out to be another big year for cricket, with a whole host of historic matches scheduled for this summer in particular. With so much cricket fever going around, professionals and enthusiasts alike are set to take to Britain’s green spaces to battle it out with a cricket bat and ball. The …

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Mar 16

England Will Produce Something Special at World T20, Says Former Squad Star

As the World T20 begins in India, former England star Paul Collingwood has praised England’s growth in the last twelve months – and he predicts a win for the boys in orange. Getting Back Our Reputation It’s less than a year since England’s unprecedented defeat in the 50-over World Cup, which left fans reeling from …

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