Sports 360 Supremo – Alex Neil

As the old saying goes, “Winning and losing are a habit” and once you’re in either, it can take a lot to change your luck. His side’s recent turnaround in fortunes have therefore made Preston North End manager Alex Neil, this week’s ‘Sports 360 Supremo.’Continue Reading…

Sports 360 Supremo – Tom Lineham

The 2018 Betfred Super League Grand Final was only ever going to be contested by Wigan and Saints. The experts, the neutrals and even Betfred themselves couldn’t really see a way for the top two of the regular season not to meet at Old Trafford this Saturday night (13th October). This week’s ‘Sports 360 Supremo’ however, had other ideas.Continue Reading…

September of our years

September came crashing through the doors with the most eagerly anticipated Old Firm Derby in years, as Rangers made the short journey across Glasgow to Celtic Park for the lunch time kick off at the beginning of the month. Although a narrow defeat wasn’t part of the plan, the men from the blue side of Glasgow showed that the hammerings from recent times have gone and the gap is narrowing. This fixture is beamed around the world at the best of times, but with Rangers being firmly back in the upper echelons of the SPFL, main shirt sponsors 32Red enjoyed massive exposure in the lead up to and fall out from Scotland’s biggest fixture……Continue Reading…

Sports 360 Supremo – Jackson Hastings

This week’s Sports 360 Supremo is the one and only Jackson Hastings of Salford Red Devils. Having arrived from The Manly Sea Eagles in mid July, at a team staring the relegation trap door squarely in the face, Hastings’ performances either side of his recent ban have been truly sensational and have played a more than significant role in ensuring the Red Devils will be playing Super League Rugby in 2019……Continue Reading…

Sports 360 Supremo!!!

Week by week we will be bringing you our Sporting Supremo of the previous seven days and giving you a little insight into their background and how they came about being selected.

First up is Welsh Darts Supremo Gerwyn Price, who’s had a tremendously tough year with injury and loss of form, but with dogged perseverance and practice, has managed to win his first PDC Title in two years, by beating Simon Whitlock in the Final of The International Darts Open in Riesa, Germany…….Continue Reading…