Client Testimonial – Lewis Nohar

Lewis came to us in July of 2020 after leaving Ayr United in Scotland, and we knew from his CV that he was a player that we wanted to work with. We always prefer to meet our players in person, as well as see them play live. This way we can get to know them … Read More

The World handicap system

From November 2nd of this year Golf in England is about to change, with many countries following suit in early January 2021. The R&A along with The USGA are launching the World Handicap System replacing six different systems used across the globe. The new system is designed to make golf easier to understand and to … Read More

The difference between NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA

One of the most common questions or misconceptions when talking to prospective student athletes is the difference between the NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA. We are going to talk about the myth that is “I will only go pro if I play in the NCAA D1” as well as provide you with information to help you … Read More

Playing in the USA, Mason Walsh

The experience of playing “Soccer” in the USA is like nothing else; the interaction with the fans, the culture, and the way the game is played. I’ve played for AFC Bournemouth, and a number of teams at the top of non-league but when I compare that to playing in New Orleans, LA and Chattanooga, TN … Read More

Joel Ibanez commits to Copiah lincoln

Versatile midfielder Joel Ibanez has committed to Copiah Lincoln for the 2020 soccer season. We can’t wait to see Joel begin his Journey with Co-Lin, as we expect him to be highly successful during his time in the USA. The Men’s soccer programme at Co-Lin is brand new for the 2020 season and it is … Read More

CoronaVirus – thinking ahead

CORONAVIRUS – Thinking ahead As COVID-19 continues to change the world before our very eyes, we are all quite naturally concerned with the here-and-now.  Most of us are focussing on ensuring we have sufficient provisions, doing our best not to contract, and certainly not to spread the disease. University students in their thousands will have been … Read More