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Sam Tomkins to Return to Wigan

Sam Tomkins will return to play for Wigan in 2016 after he was granted an early release from his contract with New Zealand Warriors.

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#10 Drive a car I could never afford

For my 29th birthday my husband surprised me by helping me complete #3 and #10, unfortunately due to the bad weather on my birthday #10 was cancelled. 948 more words

30 Things To Do Before 30

A Confession Of Self-Destruction

I’m scared of the words in my notebooks. They seem, at times, to adopt the mannerisms of someone so alien, to me, that they may as well be the thoughts of another creature – the difference is almost visible. 530 more words


Why Voting Matters

An article by Rory, 16, from Swinley, Wigan

Voting matters: and now it could matter even more.

With the general election coming up it seems Britain is preparing for the polls – that is everyone besides young people.  291 more words


Mauled by the crowd at the Den

It was my first visit to the district of South Bermondsey, the home of Millwall FC since 1993. I had expected to meet a partisan crowd keen to cheer their team to victory in a relegation dogfight. 1,000 more words


Super League Match Preview: Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves

Date: 16/04/2015

Venue: DW Stadium

Kick-off: 20:00

Referee: Richard Silverwood


Wigan Warriors: John Bateman, Matty Bowen, Joe Burgess, Tony Clubb, Dom Crosby, Liam Farrell, Ben Flower, Anthony Gelling, Ryan Hampshire, Dom Manfredi, Michael McIlorum, Lee Mossop, Larne Patrick, Dan Sarginson, Matty Smith, Taulima Tautai, Joel Tomkins , Logan Tomkins, George Williams. 507 more words


Where Are The Existentialists Of Northern-England?

I once studied Irish Literature – and nobody can study Irish literature without at least skirting the ideas of the Celtic Revival. In simplistic terms, this was a time when Irish writers began to deal with the stereotypes of their own identity, to challenge what Europe considered to be Irish and to prove that genuine Art could emerge from a relatively out-of-the-way place like Ireland. 365 more words