RUGBY Union is a sport that inspires many young players, especially one in particular. Sam Thomson, 18-years-old from St Helens, has been playing rugby since he was a young child and became captain of the West Park Senior Colts rugby team. In an unfortunate rugby accident, he sustained a very serious head injury during a […]Read More A Head On Concussion in Youth Rugby Union
On the the 4th of June Ariana Grande held a benefit concert at Old Trafford Cricket ground in Manchester, in the memory of the victims and families of the Manchester Terror attack. I attended the gig… and my what an atmosphere! I have never experienced something so loving or emotional, the concert showed defiance to […]Read More One Love Manchester – 4th June
The disastrous attacks that took place on 13th November 2015 will now be remembered on remembrance day forever more. The acts of terrorism and war which unfortunately killed 130 people happened one year ago and here’s how the world remembered the lost lives. French President Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo unveiled commemorative […]Read More Paris attacks – one year on
Chris Froome became Britain’s first three-time winner of the Tour de France when he crossed the finish line in Paris on Sunday. The Team Sky rider, who won the 2013 and 2015 races, finished arm-in-arm with his team-mates behind the peloton Froome beat Frenchman Romain Bardet by four minutes and five seconds with Colombia’s Nairo […]Read More Tour De France 2016… All hail king Froomey!
With the last stage of the Tour de France upon us, it is now time for the best female cyclists in the world to show what they’re made of. La Course offers a women’s field a high-speed circuit race around the Champs-Elysees in Paris, just ahead of the final day of the Tour de France, La Course […]Read More Women’s cycling … La Course result
As the rugby season comes to an end, the under 17 players at West Park Rugby Union Club are gearing up for another adventure, next stop the Netherlands! The boys are touring the Netherlands – they will play two local Dutch teams in order to gain extra experience as part of their training for next […]Read More West Park’s Rugby Tour 2016.
Last night there were vigils held around the world to remember the victims of the homophobic massacre which happened in the early hours of Monday morning. Gunman, Omar Mateen, opened fire on the Gay nightclub ‘Pulse’ which was said to be routed in extremist islamic ideology. Imam Muhammed Musri, of the Islamic Society of Central […]Read More How the world remembers the 49
On 26th April, I was on Salford University’s resident news show, Quays News. The show runs for 15 minutes, with the presenters informing the audience of current affairs and chatting to guests, such as myself. The show is student lead, with journalists covering news stories and TV and Radio student covering the technical side of […]Read More Quays news appearance -Home Affairs Correspondant
‘Liverpool charity and voluntary services’ held its annual ‘Big Event’ on Wednesday 23rd April. The event features the work of volunteers, community and social enterprise organisations, within Liverpool. LCVS is a registered charity that helps bring organisations and people together to help improve the communities across Liverpool in lasting and memorable ways. The charity dates […]Read More LCVS celebrates its 3rd big event!! “Together for Liverpool, for good”
Alternative folk/pop duo, China Lane, joined two other bands from Manchester for the release of new record label ‘Playing with Sound’ at the Night and Day Cafe in March. The duo formed in February last year, after Holly quit her scholarship in a dance school and Hester moved to the UK from Ireland. The pair had […]Read More China Lane’s big break at new record label, ‘Playing with Sound’