Month: December 2018

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The History & Role of Barnardo Children’s Charity

When Thomas Barnardo left his native Dublin in 1867 to start his medical training in London, he was shocked by the conditions facing the poor in the East End of the city and especially the impact on children.  In Victorian times, 1 in 5 children never lived to celebrate their 5th birthday.  In those times, […]

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The 10 Best Ping Pong Paddles 2019 : Options for Beginners, Speed, & Control

Ping-pong can be a fast-paced, exciting game that doesn’t necessarily require much practice in order to participate. After getting a table, the next step is to find the right Ping-Pong paddle for you. From a distance, it may look as though anyone could use any paddle, but that is simply not the case. What most […]

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The 10 Best Plyometric Jump Boxes 2019 : Boost Your Vertical

Are you looking to boost your vertical for enhanced sports performance? Are you looking to enhance your jumping ability? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then you’ve reached the right article. A plyometric jump box is a box that’s crafted to be jumped on and off of, for various forms of […]

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VIDEO: PAF FINALS 2018 Left Hand

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[VIDEO] PAF 2018 Finals

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Jay Gruden keeps his sense of humor after weekly “hot seat challenge” segment gets more and more real throughout the season

Most, if not, every team in the NFL has various studio shows for local affiliates. It may be with the head coach, or the quarterback, or the team captain and they break down some game film from the last game and preview their upcoming game. It’s usually pretty painless and since the team is typically […]

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The 10 Best Portable Soccer Goals for 2019 : Practice & Play Anywhere

Portable soccer goals are becoming very popular because of the ease in which they can be set up as well as the popularity of soccer as a whole.  This shift has seen many players enter the soccer goal market.  We are given so many different options and combinations of choices today that is is hard […]

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JuJu Smith-Schuster tweets he’s not letting down his fantasy owners, will play against Saints

Week 16 is typically the championship final for many fantasy football leagues. And because of the high stakes this weekend, many fantasy football owners were scared when Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster suffered a groin injury in practice. Despite not dressing for Friday practice, the Steelers listed Smith-Schuster as “questionable.” While there was a fear […]

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Raiders are in talks to play games at Giants’ AT&T Park in 2019

The Oakland Raiders appear set to leave that city early thanks to a lawsuit from the city of Oakland alleging antitrust and breach of contract violations, and there’s been lots of discussion about where they could land for 2019 ahead of a full move to Las Vegas in 2020. But the team managed to surprise […]

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After the latest critical New York Daily News headline, the Knicks barred the paper from a press conference

There’s been a lot of criticism of Knicks/Rangers/MSG owner Jim Dolan over the years, and he’s had quite the responses to that, from fighting with all of WFAN and Entercom over comments from Maggie Gray to calling Rupert Murdoch over a FS1 subway ad. Earlier this week, ESPN’s Ian O’Connor wrote a long profile of […]

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