It’s finally here. It’s finally time to fill that big Tokyo shaped hole in your heart with 8 weeks of everyone’s favourite annual sporting occasion. On Saturday the Six Nations is here, and it might be the tightest to call for some time.
While that might be an almost unbearable cliche, any tournament following a World Cup inevitably bears the scars of the highs and lows experienced by its competitors within those tumultuous 6 weeks, and I see this year being no exception. Continue reading
Following some feedback from the predictions of resident Welsh man Dan Giles, some other Vulcans wanted to weigh in on what is going to happen over the next few weeks in the Rugby World Cup 2019. Mark Morgan tells us his opinions and a less celtic opinion piece.
The 2019 edition of the Rugby World Cup certainly has all the key ingredients to make this instalment not only one of the most unpredictable but also one of the best tournaments in the sports history. From being hosted by an emerging nation on the sports world stage, not to mention one of the most welcoming and enthusiastic around, to the fact that form and slight falls from grace have teased us that maybe, just maybe, we can look past the mighty All Blacks! Here are a few things I think may happen during the coming weeks.
As we get closer and closer to the Rugby World Cup, the Sheffield Vulcans turned to one of our own to share their views on what could happen in the upcoming tournament. Winner of Vulcan of the Year 2018/2019, Daniel Giles, give us his predictions on each team and how they’ll perform in Japan. DISCLAIMER – He is Welsh 😉
Compared to years past, recent media has shown a rise in positive representation, not only for LGBT community, but women, and people of colour. No longer are we left with only small cult films and literature about “bohemian” lifestyles, but in all mainstream media from books and comics to Hollywood films, people are seeing people like themselves telling and starring in stories. To wrap up LGBT History Month, Vulcans Captain Michael Hudson shares his top choices for LGBT representation.
As the tournament approaches Sheffield Vulcans resident rugby guru and unashamedly biased Scot, Innes MacLeod, casts his eye over the upcoming fixtures and predicts who will be lifting the trophy and what else we can expect from the tournament.