Monthly Archives: May 2015

British Sports Hall of Fame 1929 – Douglas Clark, Douglas Lowe, Billy McCracken and Harry Mallin

My latest choices for the Hall of Fame are: Douglas “Duggy” Clark (Rugby League) – a powerful forward who played in the “Rorke’s Drift” Test match of 1914, with a broken thumb and collar bone, when Great Britain held on … Continue reading

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The Greatest Snooker Players of All-Time

My choice of the top ten snooker players in the history of the game. My main considerations in making this choice were on actual achievements in titles won rather than the influence and excitement they brought to snooker. Particular emphasis … Continue reading

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My memories from some of the early races of Paula Radcliffe

As Paula Radcliffe has run her last serious marathon and articles are written about the most exalted part of her career I thought I would write about my memories of the early part of her career which isn’t so well … Continue reading

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