Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 28

Keep your head during 2016 England versus India Test Series

Health and safety As always in international cricket, the health and safety of the players will be at the forefront of the organisers’ minds, as both teams prepare to meet at Rajkot for the first of five matches taking place throughout November and December 2016. Every world class cricket player, as well as those aspiring …

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Nov 21

South Africa in Australia for 3 Test Cricket Series, Including One Pink Ball Test Match

1st & 2nd Test The 1st Test was held from the 3-7 November at the WACA Ground, Perth. South Africa won the Test by 177 runs. The 2nd Test will be held 12-16 November at the Bellerive Oval, Hobart. 3rd Test – 24-28 November 2016 The original suggestion of this 3rd Test at the Adelaide …

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Nov 16

Pakistan Position Themselves as Firm Favourites Against New Zealand in Their Upcoming Test Series

The Pakistan Team Following detailed consultations with the Test Captain and Head Coach, the Pakistan test team has recently been confirmed by the Chief Selector, alongside the National Selection Committee. The team selection was made following the close consideration of the unique conditions that New Zealand has to offer, as well as each individual’s personal …

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Nov 14

How you can benefit from Team GB’s hockey gold medal success

In August 2016, Team GB’s Women’s Hockey team came back from the Rio Olympics with a gold medal, which was a first Olympic gold medal for British hockey. The team are now trying to encourage and inspire people of all ages to take up the sport so they can share the benefits of the team’s …

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Nov 07

England Pick Up Injuries at Controversial Training Camp

As the game of rugby becomes ever more competitive, it is no surprise to see teams pushed to their limit in training in a bid to ensure that they are sharper than any upcoming opponents. The right amount of training is vital. Too little and performance drops; too much and there’s a risk of burn-out …

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