The Run Up To The World Series This year’s Baseball World Series will be the 113th edition of the world championships event and will continue on the premise of a best of seven playoff between the National League champion and the American League champion. This year has seen many key ….
History In The Making with League Of Legends September 23rd will see the LG Dire Wolves tying Australia to the pages of eSport history when they become the first team from down under to compete in the League of Legends World Championships. The League Of Legends World Championships is the ….
Voting From A Sporting Point Of View Politics and sport are an inseparable mix – especially in a country like New Zealand where sport is right on par with religion for most. With the general election already in motion, it’s important to consider key factors such as free-to-air televised sport, ….
Brad Arthur – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Parramatta Eels had only just recovered from a time’s worth of salary scandals before having been hurled into the – some say – incapable hands of coach Brad Arthur. Arthur took on the Eels in 2014, a year which saw a ….
Two Injured Peas In Rugby’s Pod You just know that a match is going to be an interesting one when the players who aren’t playing are a bigger influence on the outcome of the game than those present on the field and actually playing the ball. This is the situation ….
Mercedes Cites Upward Trajectory As Reason For Signing Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas has been signed by Mercedes to race for the Formula 1 World Champions in 2018. This after having joined Mercedes on a one-year “trial period” replacement deal in January 2017, after the retirement of world champion Nico Rosberg. ….
Billy Joe Saunders Finally Returns To The Ring Billy Joe Saunders will be making a second defence of his WBO middleweight title at London’s Copper Box Arena come September 16th – this time against Willie Monroe Jr. Saunders, who hasn’t been in the boxing ring with an opponent since December ….
Exeter Chiefs Finally Back With A Bang Exeter began their AVIVA title defence on a rather dismal note after suffering a humiliating defeat against Johann Ackerman’s Gloucester side during the opening match of the season at Kingsholm. To make matters even worse, the loss meant that Exeter would fall a ….
The Presidents Cup Under Threat The longevity of Golf’s Presidents Cup is being threatened by a very unusual culprit – and at the same time, a very logical one when you think about it long enough: a complete lack of rivalry. Rivalry starts to become a reality for many of ….