Up to date news on Rubgy in the Staffordshire area
FootGolf is a sport where two disciplines combine, to create a game accessible for all the family and at a professional level.
The rules of FootGolf are simple: The aim of the game is to get the ball by using your feet (kicking), from the tee box by a kick or several consecutive kicks into the hole.
The second annual Festival of Sport is being held across the borough in an effort to get people more active.
Council venues and club premises in Newcastle-under-Lyme are hosting a series of taster days, coaching sessions and community activities with the goal to improve the access to sport.
Right Stuff Boxing in Stafford is a female-only boxing club that offers support and aims to improve the confidence of women and young girls.
Formed in 2009 by police officer and MBE Andy Whitehall, the club aims to help young girls to build their confidence and to increase their self-esteem.
Longton Rugby captain George Glenn says they have to treat every game as a cup final in their survival bid.
Longton are currently on a poor run of form having not won in six games. They are also only one place above the relegation zone, with Newbold only six points behind them.
For anyone that doesn’t understand how it works, Roller Derby can look like madness.
However, a group of inspiring women from Staffordshire and Cheshire say that the game has helped to improve their mental health.
Alsager-born freestyle skier Rowan Cheshire will have the eyes of the world on her as she takes to the slopes to compete in the Winter Olympics on Monday (19th February).
The 22-year-old will be battling for a medal in the halfpipe event four years after her Olympic dream was shattered, as concussion ruled her out of Sochi 2014.
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Neil Aspin has confirmed that his new captain for the season will be Port Vale veteran Tom Pope.
Pope enjoys captaining Aspin’s team, he said: “It’s nice to have the armband, I think the lads spoke in my favour (To the manager).
Longton Rugby captain George Glenn, believes the club are in good spirits following their recent run of positive results.