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Heart of the Storm

Amsterdam Quad Rugby Tournament 2017 - June 10th & 11th Please allow me to share with you my favourite moment from this year's Amsterdam Quad Rugby Tournament. First, I'll set the scene. We (London Storm) had been taking a beating all weekend. Played 3, lost 3. At that point we knew that the highest we…
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Time Flies

We have all heard the expression ‘Time flies when you’re having fun’ and this year is flying by so I must be having fun? The amount of work I’ve been involve in with the BBC both on TV and radio has really sky rocketed - its been such a learning curve. People who know anything…
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So far so good

Hello all. I hope you are all well on top of any new year resolutions you set yourself-by now they are hopefully becoming habit. 2017 has well and truly started and I've got to say 6 weeks into it and things look to be OK? On the face of it there is no big difference…
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The devil is in the detail

So we are one day into 2017… How many resolutions have you made, will you see it through? Looking back before looking forward, December is always a busy month for me. I know the amount of daylight we have is at a low but I'm sure the days are simply shorter as well. However much…
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Where does time go?

I can’t believe how quickly time has flown since the Rio Games! It feels like only 5 minuets ago I was sitting in the Channel 4 production office in Rio getting ready for the Paralympic Opening ceremony to start. After GB done so well at the Olympics I was excited to see how the Paralympians would…
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Rio Report

Its amazing how fast 4 years can pass... Tonight is the opening Ceremony of the Olympics and I can remember watching 4 years ago as London played host. So, as tick follows tock the Paralympics follows the Olympics and I'm looking forward to getting to Rio. My role is very different from 4 years ago…
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Canterbury Wheelchair Rugby Update

I have enjoyed coaching Canterbury Wheelchair rugby club since its very first training session 2 years ago. Since then the club has done very well for itself making me proud to be its coach.Its had promotions and won numerous awards as well as already having two players in regional and development programmes within the GB…
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Times of change

It pains me to start my blog with sad news... Jonathan Marsh, President of Canterbury rugby club has passed away. He was an outstanding man and without doubt the driving force behind the success of The Canterbury Wheelchair rugby team; he will be missed by everyone. Our thoughts are with his family. The Wheelchair rugby…
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Fingers and Thumbs

I do not know who said it, nor do I know when it was first said but apparently everything happens for a reason? I’m not sure how much truth there is in the expression but one thing is for sure… Everything that happens does indeed, well happen! Breaking my neck, that happened - Training hard…
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2016 is going to be a BIG year

Well hello and welcome to my first blog for a while, more importantly my first blog of 2016... Last year finished busy, really busy. I spent so much time doing I had no time to write about it. Predominantly my time was spent with wheelchair rugby, either coaching the Division 2 Canterbury club, playing and…
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