After a tough year in which international cricket was very much at a premium, England are all set to return with a run of exciting matches in 2021. Demand is expected to be higher than ever, with cricket fans eager to witness the world’s best players in action once again.
To England the Autumn Nations Cup and the glory...well, hardly glory. There is no point putting our collective English heads in the sand. It wasn't pretty. Nor impressive. The only team bar England anywhere near the top of the world game at the moment is France...
The term Return on Investment (ROI), especially in conjunction with an event’s measure of success, isn’t new, however, with the exponential increase in use of digital marketing including social media, the formula is sometimes found lacking.
The last three games of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations tournament were played last Saturday, with a nail-biting end to what has been an unusual Guinness Six Nations.
If you didn’t already know, England came out victorious, winning the Championship for the first time since 2017. It really did go down to the wire, with the tournament resting on two of the final three games.
Nadal has once again proven he is the master of clay, taking home an impressive win at Roland Garros last month. After a disruptive 2020 tennis season, Nadal has proven yet again that he remains one of best players in the world with some extremely remarkable career achievements to date.
The Autumns Cup will be a unique eight-team competition involving the Six Nations countries, as well as Georgia and Fiji in two pools of four. But who are the Georgian Rugby Team and what makes them real contenders in The Nations Cup?