With International Women’s day being held this past week, it would be down right wrong not to pay homage to those empowering women who have paved the way for us women to stand in the position we are in today. Seeing tweets acknowledging those including Rosa Parks, Amelia Earhart and Emma Watson really got me … More #ThisGirlCan
Whilst the majority of my life besides work revolves around sport, there is another part of me that I am finding a little confusing to …. work out? Well to begin with I’ll stick with the sports. I don’t support my hometown team, nothing against them I just find it more enjoyable to travel about … More So Where Do I Fit In?
Well the day finally arrived! The day we were all dreading! The day that we have no rugby to go to! *insert sobs here* Both my club and region failed to make any play-off spot this year which has left me a bit of a lost cause this cloudy Saturday afternoon and relegated me to … More Lost Cause
The most anticipated fixture in the rugby fixture calendar is always the local derbies! Neighbourly rivalries, where current form goes completely out of the window. And for me…well… it means going up against my dad’s team! Don’t misunderstand me, me and my dad have a great father daughter relationship! Just every Ospreys v Scarlets fixtures … More Derby Day Blues
I’ve never played rugby at an intense level. You’re more likely to find me in the stands than the middle of a scrum but nevertheless I think that I have a pretty good knowledge that a tackle can hurt. I say this after recent calls for rugby in schools to be banned, or turned into … More No Tackling? No Game?
You wouldn’t think there be something sad about a 70,000 passionate Welsh crowd. But yet when the final whistle blows on that international game and the supporters make their way to the nearest pub, they are never to be seen again….well not until the next home game. Yet there are games every weekend! Regional games, … More The Club Before The Cap