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Mitch Parris

Mitch describes himself as a local chap in Bournemouth, with the knowledge for all things football. And that's just the kind of content you can expect and, hopefully, enjoy! Of course, he never became that sporting star himself (still hurts... so we're told), but through reading various articles and content taught Mitch that football (and sport in general) was far more than just fancy flicks and tricks — and that the right kind of content can shed light on aspects of the game that make it surprising, impactful, engaging and universal.

Women in Sport, with Claire Taylor

The role of women in sport has drastically changed over the years, and we can finally begin to see a shift in emphasis. From...

Fraser Read, AFC Bournemouth Marketing Assistant

Transferring University Gowns for Premier Professional Success At the present time, for many, finding a job straight out...

A Day in the Life of a Football Cameraman – Graham Howe

Sport has always been a massively important part of my life. I come from a very sporty background on my mother's side - one of my mum's brothers was a very successful professional footballer. I played at all levels of football up to international. In schoolboy football, I was on the books as youngster at Luton Town and Arsenal; I didn't get very far for various reasons. So I think to me, sport probably got me where I am today more than academia...

Cashing In: Bournemouth Economy Boost with Premier Success

On 27th April 2015, AFC Bournemouth stole all the headlines as they earnt a promotion to the Premier League. A moment in football many fans could only see in their wildest dreams, but Eddie Howe and his team very quickly became talk of the town. This amazing feat sent supporters into elation, yet, even more so, there was plenty of room for optimism for the town of Bournemouth and South West region...

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David G Taylor, Artist / Writer

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Poole and Bournemouth Netball Clubs Return to Courts

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Christchurch FC: Journey to the FA Cup

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