Monthly Archives: September 2018

Playing your part in the team

Most of us will remember playing some sort of team sport during our Physical Education lessons as school whether this was netball and hockey or football and rugby, team sports are a part of the National Curriculum and so compulsory for children to learn. Alongside these team sports they will also undertake swimming classes, gymnastics and a variety of other track and field events. Sport is popular in the UK and many team sports are played by people on the weekend as a part of their social activities as well as those people who play the sports as a part of a team either in an amateur or a professional capacity.

Here are some of the most popular sporting activities that are played in the UK.

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  • Football is probably universally the most popular sport both to play and watch. There are numerous leagues from professional through to amateur and from standard sized teams to five a side clubs. Children can join their local teams with some having feeder clubs into the areas larger teams and even academy set ups. Players regularly train in both football skills and in strength and stamina training to enable them to be in peak athletic shape.

 

  • Rugby is just as popular as football and regularly draws in large crowds both at matches and spectators watching on the television. Similarly, to football children can join a local team and professional teams often have academy places available. Rugby players regularly take part in endurance and stamina training to enable them to improve their game and to help prevent injuries from happening by making sure they are in the best physical shape.

 

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  • Cricket is classed as England’s National Game and there are around 18 professional cricket clubs around the country. Some schools are taking the opportunity to teach cricket skills to the pupils from an early age in a bid to give them a range of all options of team sports to learn during PE lessons. Over recent years the number of people watching cricket matches has increased, meaning that popularity for the sport may also be on the rise.

Choosing strong horse racing tips

When it comes to putting your own money behind a horse racing tip, it can be difficult to find somewhere that provides a reliable bet to join in with. There’s now a lot of betting websites that provide help and assistance with hand-picking horse racing tips that are worth getting behind, and it’s extremely useful when considering how difficult it is to win horse bets in succession.

Finding a horse racing tips website that you can rely on for the recommended bets they’re producing can be difficult but there are ways of identifying the perfect website to put your trust in. One of the most popular free betting websites is TeamFA, who cover all sports in extensive detail, and also run a section of their website that’s devoted to the latest horse racing tips and the best bookmaker odds.

Horse bets with reasoning to back them up

It sounds easy to pick and choose a betting website before randomly staking money behind whatever they say, but it’s actually difficult to do this if they fail to produce a strong track record for the bets they’ve provided. While there are plenty of different websites to visit for new horse racing tips, tracking down one that is efficient with winning them consistently can be a tricky thing to come by.

Even if you take the time out to look at the website’s past results – seeing how often they win and how transparent they are with their record – you’ll be able to judge how safe your money is for yourself. You could even skip trusting any inexperienced betting website by producing your own horse racing tips, where all you need to do is look into the form and past results of horses you’re backing to see how strong their chances of winning are.

Back your horse bets with the best odds

After finding a bet that you like the look of, backing it as quickly as possible is crucial to securing the biggest price. This is true in a lot of ways and taking your time is only likely to see your chosen horse bet lower in terms of odds but rushing to place your bet could also see you miss out on potentially stronger odds elsewhere.

It’s not advised that you become obsessed with the odds and take hours to find the best price but even by taking a few minutes out of your time to compare the current odds on key bookmaker websites, it could benefit you if the bet lands.