Originally produced for the Grimsby Telegraph, online and in print on November 26th, 2014.
GRIMSBY can lay claim to its very own England captain after futsal star Ben Mortlock was handed the armband. Continue reading Futsal captain Ben Mortlock key to England’s hopes
Originally produced for Spark Magazine in September 2014, online and in print.
Sunderland was once regarded as the hotbed of basketball talent in the UK, regularly competing for league, cup and European honours.
With play-off wins in the early 80s and with some of Europe’s most elite squads visiting Wearside, Sunderland were the club that people wanted to play for and pay to watch. Continue reading Sunderland basketball stars reflect on glorious team
Originally published by SportsByte on January 17th 2014.
There are plans for the North East to become a thriving hub for the spectacular, hard-hitting sport that is Aussie Rules football. Continue reading Aussie Rules to take the North East by storm?
Originally published in the Boston Target on June 12th, 2013, Lincolnshire Echo on June 13th, 2013, and online.
RICKY MILLER believes the new strikeforce at Boston United can score 50 goals next season. Continue reading Ricky Miller re-joins Boston United and promises goals
Originally published online at Run of the Millfield, a hyperlocal website focused on the Millfield suburb of Sunderland, on March 11th 2013.
Sunderland Millfield Salvation Army are holding concerts this weekend as brass band Fanfara come to town. Continue reading Millfield Salvation Army host brass band Fanfara concerts
Originally posted online at Run of the Millfield, a hyperlocal news website focused on the Millfield suburb of Sunderland, on March 6th, 2013
The Mayor of Sunderland has labelled the controversial decision to convert a transport depot into a mosque as “correct” despite continued protests from right-wing groups. Continue reading Mayor: Millfield mosque decision is “correct” despite right-wing protests