Who is Seann Walsh? Strictly Come Dancing 2018 contestant and stand-up comedian

SEANN Walsh has swapped stand-up for quickstep by taking part in Strictly Come Dancing 2018. Here is everything you need to know about the comedian who was hit by the Strictly curse… Seann Walsh is more at home on the comedy circuitRex Features Who is Seann Walsh? London-born joker Seann Walsh, 32, has made appearances […]

What time is Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two on BBC Two tonight and will Zoe Ball be presenting?

WHILE it’s not until the weekend you get your fix of proper Strictly action, there is a daily dose to keep you going ahead of Saturday’s extravaganza. Zoe Ball is the host of Strictly It Takes Two and will be getting all the inside info from the nation’s favourite dancing show. Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes […]

Who is Rebecca Humphries? Seann Walsh’s ex-girlfriend and actress from London

REBECCA Humphries is an actress who was thrown into a media scandal thanks to her former partner Seann Walsh. She hit the headlines after the comedian was caught snogging his Strictly partner Katya Jones – here’s what we know about Rebecca. Rex Features Rebecca Humphries is the former girlfriend of Seann Walsh[/caption] Who is Rebecca […]

Who is Neil Jones? Strictly Come Dancing 2018 professional dancer and Katya’s husband

NEIL Jones was a new dance pro on Strictly Come Dancing 2016 and is back for a third year running. In 2013 he married fellow dancer Katya Jones who’s partnered with Seann Walsh. Array Neil says it’s a ‘massive honour’ to do Strictly[/caption] Who is Neil Jones? What’s his background? Neil Jones, 35, is a […]

AFL Trade Wrap Day 8: Tom Scully, Steven May, Tim Kelly and more

The 2018 AFL trade period is set for a barnstorming finish tomorrow, with a number of small moves on day eight of the player movement window setting the scene for high drama ahead of the 8:30pm (AEDT) deadline. The biggest deadline of the day came right before the final siren, with Tom Scully completing his […]

Why the Wallabies’ Plan A isn’t working

“He’s got a plan, we’re across that plan, we’re comfortable with it,” said Rugby Australia chief executive Raylene Castle on Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in August. Okay, then – what is it? Cheika’s Wallabies generally try to use a 1-3-3-1 pod tactic, quite similar to the All Blacks and the Springboks. The idea, eloquently explained […]

The Robin Hood of sports reaches for its quiver

Australia don’t lose rugby league Tests often – but when they do, it’s usually when there has been a sudden loss of talent or an oversupply, with too many good players being squeezed into the side to please too many people. Since the 1970s, the dip has only ever been temporary. But – in the […]

Australia on the brink of something special in UAE

Australia achieved something significant by drawing the first Test against Pakistan but starting today they have a chance to do something truly special – win a Test series in Asia. Since Australia’s golden era ended a decade ago, they quite incredibly have won just three out of 24 Tests in Asia and, for a long […]

The top 50 NRL players of 2018: 40-31

In the second part of my series running through the top 50 players in the NRL, we move through players 40-31 on the list, with more big changes from the start of the year. » Part 1 (50-41) 40. Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos) Rank at start of season: 12 Milford has taken one of the […]

It’s time for A-League fireworks, and I don’t mean flares

The previews have been written and the squads assembled. The A-League season launches into action on Friday. It should be the final incarnation of the ten-team competition. An expansion decision is due momentarily, unless of course the recent disturbances to and redirection of the FFA board bring about a serious case of cold feet. Hopefully, […]