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18 Apr

Jackson Trophies are pleased to announce their support for Leeds man, Mark Wilson’s Laughter Lounge event, coming this October. This is an ongoing relationship with an event that has managed to raise thousands of pounds for Parkinson’s UK, a charity that strives to get more people to understand what living with Parkinson's is really like, as well as fund research into this life-changing disease.

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15 Apr

The FIFA women’s world cup is the most anticipated event on the women’s football calendar. Founded in 1991, the competition is organised by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Only the top twenty-four national women’s football teams can even qualify for the competition. Unfortunately, the UK hasn't won the WWC just yet...

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28 Mar

The tournament officially starts on Friday the 20th of September and finishes on Saturday the 2nd of November. The opening match kicks off at 19:45 local time (11:45 UK time) with Japan V Russia at the Tokyo stadium.

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15 Mar

The FIFA Club World Cup is an international football competition organised by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Seven teams play head to head over a two week period, aiming to win the title and the prestigious football trophy.

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27 Feb

A driving range is a great place to relax and practice your swing, in fact, visiting the driving range is a popular recreational activity for many people in the UK… But how can you best use the driving range to improve your golfing ability?

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08 Feb

You’ve probably played card games before, in fact, card games have been around since before AD1000 according to this Guardian article. But I bet you’ll be surprised by which card game tournaments are the biggest in the world...

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14 Jan

We’ve been playing professional ice hockey in the UK since the 1930s; we even won a gold medal in the 1936 winter Olympics. According to the EIHL, It’s the number one attended indoor spectator sport in the UK and 3rd largest winter spectator sport in the world.

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25 Apr

The History of the Ryder Cup

By Shane Nicholl

Prior to the Ryder Cup being invented in 1927, there were two matches between professional golfers from Great Britain and the USA. Both of these matches were won by Great Britain. The first of these games was played at Gleneagles, Scotland during 1921 and the second at Wentworth, Virginia, where a man by the name of Samuel Ryder was in attendance.

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22 Mar

Glorious Tankards

By Shane Nicholl

From the Vikings to the Tudors, tankards have played an important part in social events involving beer drinking throughout history.

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23 Feb

With the 2018 World Cup hosted in Russia, due to begin on 14th June, security officials must be getting nervous. After all, there were numerous attempts at stealing the original Jules Rimet trophy.

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