Pictures from our recent trip to Valencia, and their recognition certificates with the Paul Nixon Cricket Foundation. If you are 16-18 year old and from Leicester, book your place for the academy by sending us a message or contact us on Tel: 07718128782 / 07579803833 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul and the rest of JHMT’s star supporters from the world of music, sport and community, turned out to play both Men and Womens De Montfort University Students Union football teams to put on a memorable football tournament to raise funds for JHMT at Goals Leicester on Saturday 25th January. The event aimed to raise awareness of SADS and JHMT’s vital campaign to reduce the incidence, of sudden, unexpected death in young people.
When it comes to verbals in cricket, how much is too much? This question has arisen from the feisty Ashes series dominated by Australia, where there has been a great deal of flak flying on and off the field. I have been asked several times about this since the series started, and in my view, some of it has been overblown – but yes, there have been times when a line has been crossed and certain parties have let themselves down. Let us be straight here. This stuff has always gone on in cricket, and not just the highly-pressured Ashes. […]
The Tallawahs, coached by Paul Nixon, defeated Guyana Amazon Warriors in the final at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain on August 24, 2013 by seven wickets with 15 balls remaining to win the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League. The final saw three brilliant bowling performances – Tallawahs’ Vernon Philander (3-0-8-0) and Muttiah Muralitharan (4-0-13-0); and Sunil Narine of Warriors who had figures of 4-0-9-0. Photos courtesy of CPL T20 Ltd