With Royal Ascot just around the corner we’re starting to sort out which horses will represent us and in what races and I’ll say we’ll have around 30 runners over the five days including BARNEY ROY who will hopefully get us off to a good start in the G1 St James Palace Stakes on the Tuesday.
Whilst the British & Irish Lions are making something of a pig’s ear over in New Zealand, over in South America – Argentina to be precise – England are in action against the Argies in a two-Test series, starting on Saturday.
The auld enemy clash as Scotland host England in the oldest International fixture in the book. No love will be lost, no quarter asked, nor given, as Gareth Southgate's men travel north in the hope of maintaining England's incredible run of success in qualifying for the big tournaments.
The football season has ended and we’re wandering around on Saturdays following the wife round town, kicking our heels and waiting for the new season to begin. But fear not, the international weekend is just round the corner and whether you like national fixtures or not, ultimately, football is football.
A win is a win in any walk of life, but it’s fair to say Warren Gatland’s British & Irish Lions side were rather lacklustre and lethargic in their victory against the Provincial Union on Saturday in game one of the tour in New Zealand.