Welcome to anysportinastorm.co.uk - an online site that brings you sporting opinion told in as unbiased a way as possible, to help sports enthusiasts everywhere share my personal thoughts and viewpoints on the world of sport
Why 'anysportinastorm'? Well, as well as having that twist on the old saying, it's all about sports played in a storm, whether that's a monsoon causing a deluge in the Theatre of Dreams or haka-stopping hurricane in Eden Park, or a metaphorical storm surrounding boardroom backstabbing, bribery, corruption and brown envelopes, the antics of spoilt and overpaid sportsmen, or doping scandals.
This site's aim is to give you my slant on such goings-on, through opinion-led pieces that present things the way I see them. It's Scott stuff' and you might not always agree with it, but isn't that what life on the terraces, in the stands or at the track is all about?
Finally, this site is here to point out that I'm available for commissions, sessions helping out on local sports desks around where I live in Lancashire and football commentary - something I've been doing since an early age in front of the box. Hope you become a frequent visitor here and like what I'm turning out and reviewing.
T20 BLAST FINALS DAY FIRST SEMI FINAL: Northants 135-5 (Levi 63*; Patel 2-31) beat Birmingham 131-6 (Javid 51*; Willey 3-30) by five wickets at Edgbaston By Scott Hunt There was an eerie quiet around Edgbaston midway through the second innings. That was because the home crowd, who had come expecting to roar their Birmingham side [...]
On Wednesday the time will come for the talking to stop and the cricket to start in what is without question the biggest and fiercest battle in cricket. The anticipation is building ahead of what should be an outstanding series, with the hopes of the English cricketing public raised by their swashbuckling approach to the [...]
|July 5, 2015|
|Written by Scott|
|Alastair Cook, Ben Stokes, England cricket, Gary Ballance, James Anderson, Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson, Moeen Ali, Nathan Lyon, Paul Farbrace, Shane Watson, Steve Smith, Stuart Broad, The Ashes, World Cup|
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