Cricket Weekly: Cricket World Cup Round Three Roundup

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the third edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the weeks biggest cricket stories and games.  After a week of bad weather, the sun returned to the Cricket World Cup much to the relief of cricket fans and the ICC after copious amounts of complaints from travelling fans for not having reserve fixture days. This week, there is eight games to cover including a showdown between arch-rivals India and Pakistan. Friday June 14 England v West Indies at Hampshire Bowl West…

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Cricket Weekly: Cricket World Cup Round One Roundup

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the first edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where every week we look at the weeks biggest cricket stories and games. With the Cricket World Cup getting underway on Thursday, May 30th, Overtime will be covering each week’s fixtures and then creating a best eleven from the weeks play. This week it’s a bumper issue of Cricket Weekly with 10 games to cover! What everyone is here for! 🏆😍#CWC19 pic.twitter.com/2FHLwp0eHb — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 6, 2019 Thursday May 30t England v…

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Southampton FC – The Hassenhuttl Effect

Tweet Southampton Football Club ended their 2018/19 Premier League campaign in 16th position, retaining their status amongst England’s elite for the seventh consecutive season, despite amassing a mere nine points going into the Christmas period. But with safety in the bag, was this season a success?  Ralph Hassenhutl was brought into the club to achieve the same as his predecessor Mark Hughes, remain in England’s top division. pushed the Saints over the safety line by injecting the “gegenpress” style of football into his sides DNA, a system already deployed in…

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Should we acknowledge Cheerleading as a sport?

Tweet Cheerleading athletes around the UK gather each year to compete at the ICC British Open in a bid to win prizes as well as opportunities to secure funding to travel to America to compete in the annual Cheerleading Worlds.  However, due to the minimal amount of attention the sport receives in the UK, individuals are insufficiently educated about cheerleading. With various stereotypes and insecurities associated with the sport, it’s widely accepted cheerleading is used as encouragement for a team, rather than as a competitive sport.  According to Statista in…

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Whitehawk: Will the Hawks rise again?

Tweet Yesterday I went to my third non-league game this season to see Whitehawk take on Hampton and Richmond Borough. In terms of atmosphere, Whitehawk is a class above Hastings United and Eastbourne Borough. Whitehawk have struggled so far this season in the Vanarama South, lying just two points off relegation before things kicked-off. On the other hand, Hampton and Richmond Borough came into the match 7th in the table, eight points off the play-off places. We got to the game very early to shoot some footage. In fact, we…

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