Monday, 28 February 2011

Sky News - Network Bulletin

After a storming afternoon on the sports desk I was tasked with composing and keeping my composure to read the network bulletin we send out to 400 radio stations up and down these fair isles.

Crowning achievement in my broadcasting career by far and away and the elation hasn't stopped.

I will be working at London 2012 as a reporter and with this read in my Arsenal, I'm gunner achieve.

Press Play ....

England remain on course to clinch rugby union's Six Nations after defeating France at Twickenham.

They ran out 17-9 victors and are on track for the grand slam, with two games remaining.

Manager Martin Johnson says they're making good progress in the tournament.


Manchester United find themselves 4 points clear at the top of the Premier League this morning, and they've largely got Javier (pron: HAVE-EE-AIR) Hernandez to thank.

He scored twice in their 4-0 triumph at Wigan.

Manager Sir Alex Ferguson told Sky Sports News, the Mexican is a lethal finisher.


The first major piece of silverware of the season is decided later, as the Carling Cup final takes place.

It pits Arsenal against Birmingham at Wembley.

The Gunners last won this competition in 1993, while the only time the Blues lifted
the trophy was in 1963.


England's cricketers start their second game at the World Cup this morning.

They face co-hosts India.

Captain Andrew Strauss can't wait.

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