Catching up… Part I

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Rather than telling you about what I have been up to, I am going to show you! Six Nations, Two Stories Embarrassingly my last blog post was back in September 2015 and was all about becoming a first time author … Continue reading

Let it go: Rugby in 2014 Frozen style

Note: this blog is about a month late being posted… Apologies! I hope you can still enjoy it… What does it take to beat the best in the world? Well, Ireland’s Women’s rugby squad who famously beat New Zealand’s Black … Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Ireland’s Wallaby conquering night in Eden Park

Yesterday marked exactly three years since Ireland beat Australia in the pool stages of the 2011 Rugby World Cup on a special night in Auckland. Also, with it being a year out from the 2015 World Cup in England, I … Continue reading

Not quite an Oscar winner for the All Blacks

Ah, New Zealand, land of rugby. There is also New Zealand land of cinematic creations. Sir Peter Jackson is the figurehead of the Kiwi film industry having brought The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit to be shot in … Continue reading

Man of the moment: Adam Ashley-Cooper

Enter an Aussie bloke. He is an extremely talented rugby player. This sportsman also happens to be a descendent of a British aristocratic family. He has helped to front a high profile gay rights campaign in Australia and models undies … Continue reading

Happy birthday Bastian Schweinsteiger! Happy German football, happy German Eurovision and even happy German rugby!

Today being the 30th birthday of German FIFA World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger, put me in the mood for a small celebration of all things German! So, football is going well for the Germans. But it would seem that they … Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Fifty shades of All Black!

I wrote this piece on 3rd of February this year. The announcement  of the All Blacks sponsorship deal with leading underwear brand Jockey got me thinking, would Ireland ever head in that direction?  Yes, I know it sounds a bit out … Continue reading