Taking over the reins from Eddie Jones back in December, it won’t have taken new England head coach Steve Borthwick to realise the work needed to take the national side back to the top of the international game.
With the 2023 World Cup in France getting underway in September, Borthwick and his team are looking to emulate the nation’s world champions of 2003 but there appears to be a gulf between England’s stars then and the current crop.
Kyle Edmund formed part of the Great Britain squad that savoured a historic Davis Cup triumph in 2015. In 2018, with potential very much being unlocked, he reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open and the third round of major events in Paris and southwest London.
A first ATP Tour title was also claimed that year when seeing off Gael Monfils in Antwerp, with a serious challenge mounted for a top 10 standing on a prestigious world rankings list. With Andy Murray taking in an enforced break at that time, Edmund was the British No.1 and a man going places in a hurry.
Over the course of the next 18 months, England will have the opportunity to become world champions in both rugby league and rugby union with the respective World Cups drawing ever nearer.
First up, England’s finest rugby league players will be given the chance to set the tone with their World Cup kicking off on the 15 of October 2022 before the rugby union World Cup takes place in the autumn of 2023.
Students from Bishop Burton College were amongst the jet-set last month thanks to a number of study tours that have seen them enjoying life-changing experiences over 3 continents.
Journeying to Sydney, South Africa and Seville Level 3 Sport, Business, Animal Management and Travel and Tourism students enjoyed a fortnight living, studying and participating in hands-on work experience placements in these far-flung and exotic locations.
MP Graham Stuart has heaped praise on the founder of the Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs (AFVBC), Dereck Hardman after he visited Parliament to raise the organisation’s profile among MPs.
The former Royal Engineer founded the first Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club in Hull in 2007, operating out of Pete Barker’s Motor Engineers. The clubs are aimed at tackling social isolation among veterans and helping Armed Forces personnel to adjust when they enter civilian life.
CBD has been swiftly becoming more and more popular over the last few years. Not only is it therapeutic, but CBD flower also offers a unique taste profile that can’t be found in other types of cannabis products.
This level of popularity has not only increased the amount of research being done to figure out what CBD can do but has also opened the way for many different consumption methods.
Part of the appeal of bingo, in general, is that it is a very sociable game. You can go to a bingo hall with your friends and catch up whilst you play.
This is also part of the charm when playing the game online with the use of chat rooms. Players can socialise with people all across the globe while enjoying a game of bingo from the comfort of their own sofa.
A training business that has been supplying engineering apprentices to the industry for more than 50 years has broken all records with its 2021 intake.
Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) is now planning a significant investment programme as it faces rising demand from employers across the north for qualified young people and for tuition to upskill the existing workforce.
A professor who played a key role in the progress of the Daisy Appeal is now backing the charity as a fundraiser with a coast to coast walk across the north of England.
Steve Haswell, who worked with the Daisy Appeal in his role as a professor in chemistry at the University of Hull, has been joined on the trek by his son Simon, who works in the laboratories at Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham.
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Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in 60 years this month as part of a £4.3m city centre project.
The sections of the dock edge were last seen in the 1960s when the gardens were remodelled to a design created by the renowned architect and town planner, Sir Frederick Gibberd.