Leyton Orient 3-0 Maidstone United

Tweet By Jacob Panons Macauley Bonne scored a brace to ensure that Leyton Orient stayed at the top of the table for another week as they beat Maidstone United 3-0 at home.   Jordan Maguire-Drew joined Bonne on the scoresheet as the former Brighton and Hove Albion man scored his first goal for Leyton Orient.   Maidstone had a chance to pull ahead 17 minutes in when Josh Taylor played the ball through to Michael Phillips but the midfielder rushed his shot which failed to test Dean Brill.   Maguire-Drew…

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Locadia rejuvenated after fruitful Christmas run for Brighton

Tweet Over the Christmas period, the games come thick and fast in the Premier League and with such a hectic schedule, there is always the opportunity for fringe players to make an impact. Jurgen Locadia had only made three starts prior to December and had yet to score a goal for Brighton but, thanks to injuries and a slight change in manager Chris Hughton’s playing style, the Dutchman finally received his opportunity and grasped it with both hands. With wingers Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Jose Izquierdo side-lined, the Seagulls were in…

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The Countdown to Eurovision 2019

Tweet The Eurovision Song Contest for 2019 will be held in Tel Aviv on the 18th May. The final may be a while away but the deadline for each country to decide their participant is mid-March. A few countries have announced their competitor including Tamta from Cyprus, Jonida Maliqi from Albania and Srbuk from Armenia. Each country can decide whether to send their best talent or they could send a rising star to compete. The 42 participants will be take part in two semi-finals were the competitors will be reduced…

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Cricket World Cup 2019 Predicitions

Tweet With England hosting the Cricket World Cup for the first time in 20 years I believe they will win the prestigious tournament for the first time. The Three Lions are currently the best ranked ODI nation in the world and with the likes of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, and Adil Rashid featuring for the side they are team no one is looking forward to facing. England have excelled in 50-over cricket since the last World Cup four years ago, beating the likes of India, Australia, and Pakistan. It must…

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Pesticides: The New Plastics?

Tweet   After 2018 was dominated by talk of plastic harming our planet’s precious wildlife, could pesticides be the new crisis in 2019? Plastic was deemed to be the biggest threat to wildlife across the globe in 2018 but with a large scale campaigns to combat the problem, could a new issue arise and take centre stage. With an ever increasing amount of agriculture taking place in the UK, the amount of pesticides being used is also ballooning. This can have serious consequences for our wildlife if they are exposed…

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Why the USWNT are favourites for the World Cup

Tweet The USA are the favourites for the Women’s World Cup in France this summer. The USWNT won the 2015 iteration of the tournament in Canada, crushing Japan 5-2 in the final. The Stars and Stripes are in Group F with Thailand, Chile and Sweden. The Sweden national team is currently ranked ninth in the Fifa Women’s World Rankings. Alex Morgan and the rest of the squad will be eager to get revenge after Sweden eliminated them after penalties in the quarter-finals of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro….

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