Vote for your Greatest Sporting Moment of the Year

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  • #1183397
    Jinxibo
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    if you can, get an account and vote for the roses…Sports Personality: Vote for your Greatest Sporting Moment of the Year

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    Ash72
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    Done :grin:

    #1183427
    Ian
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    Every chance it’ll win, because if recent history has shown us anything, netball fans in England can sure vote in polls.

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    Goalkeepersarekeepers
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    Every chance it’ll win, because if recent history has shown us anything, netball fans in England can sure vote in polls.

    :grin:

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    boogieya
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    Up against

    Men Football not even a finals but winning a penalty shoot out in quarters seriously ?

    Male Cricketer retiring on a century, pity he didn’t do it much during his career ?

    Male Golfer ‘hiccup’ comeback really can’t take that one seriously at all ?

    Male Boxer who lost 10 stone to get fit, got knocked down ‘twice’ but still didn’t win ?

    then the LADIES ????????’s

    be lovely to out vote the MALES and show that women in sport should be taken seriously across ALL spectrums

    ⚪️⚫️

    &

    ????????fan

     

     

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    Ian
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    Yeah, I didn’t find anything special about the other noms. What is Woods even doing there? Isn’t it a British award???

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    Jinxibo
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    :wavemulticolour:

    :d_sunny:

    :wavemulticolour:

    #1184008
    Jinxibo
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    Sorry i’m speechless …. we onnly WWWOOONNN!

    F****** WON OMG

    and team of the year tooo

    :fans: :fans:   :fans:   :fans:   :fans:   :fans:   :fans:   :fans:   :fans:

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    Jinxibo
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    #1184013
    Jinxibo
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    I’m trying to decide which dress i would wear !

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    Ian
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    This here…

    Every chance it’ll win, because if recent history has shown us anything, netball fans in England can sure vote in polls.

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    Ian
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    I’ve found out this morning that I really follow a LOT of English netball people on twitter!!! My timeline is flooded with it.

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    minkie
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    Congrats Jinxibo
    They deserved it ?

    :wavemulticolour:

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    Pardalote
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    They absolutely deserved it, and I reckon Tracey deserved coach of the year. Yes, most of her players were being improved by playing in Aust and NZ, but the adage about  champion team beating a team of champions applies here as well. In 2014 Anna Mayes could not get her equally talented group to a medal, whereas Tracey had the finesse to pick a captain who was not the best player but the best captain, treat them like adults, and give them plans and strategies they could both understand and execute. That takes some skill….and guts.

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    Ash72
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    Agree Pardalote. I was never impressed with Tracey as coach when she had a brief spell at Northumbria  (but time has suggested that any coach had limitations at Northumbria, since there was not the support from the top). She did an excellent job at Thunder, who have amazing staff and pathways across the whole system and she has totally proved herself as England’s head coach.

    I love her honesty, she always speaks from the heart and never does that politically correct thing of giving measured stock replies to the media.

    I love the way speak she takes chances on young players and gives them opportunities, which are then rewarded when they play well (eg Housby and Cobden).

     

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