Mother Nature – By Land, Sea and Air

The fledglings mentioned in the last blog have flown and the whole Sleat Peninsular is alive with bird song and the vibrancy of new life.  Bluebells cover vast swathes of the Sleat hillsides and in the Sound I have enjoyed … Read More

Scouting for Locations

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Have spent a couple of days getting to grips with my new location and seeking out suitable photographic locations. So far I am only exploring sites on the Sleat Pennisular and already I feel a little like Charlie on his … Read More

Mariners Endure Cruel Defeat

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With two games being played simultaneously it was hard to follow both and though I spent most of my time watching the RN(W) side it was clear that the mariners fixture was a thrilling affair with a twist worthy of … Read More

you’ll be a Man, my Son

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There is one time and place at Twickenham when no captain wishes to be first – up the steps at the end of the match to receive sympathy and medals from the RFU President.  After again producing an eighty minute … Read More

Don’t Forget the Referees

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The Navy had a fourth team competing as part of Army Navy day.  Before the Army Navy match and also during the half time interval the RFU were showcasing a National Girls event which had partly been organised by Navy … Read More

Ten Years, Ten Titles, ‘Ten’ Targetted

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The Women’s Inter Service Rugby Championship celebrated the culmination of its tenth year on 28th April and the Army should be congratulated on the continuation of their unbroken run. However the matches over the last few years have been far … Read More

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