The feeling that the time for action is nigh has crystallised at Billesley Common in recent weeks with the imminent arrival of a sequence of fixtures that, for good or bad, will shape Moseley’s campaign.Read
Only in the twisted world of sport can the adjective ‘versatile’ be turned into a negative, yet Worcester’s Chris Jones admits his ability to play in more than one position might have counted against him in a career that once promised a barrel-load of England caps.Read
The emergence of Jon Ford as a credible first team player demonstrates Birmingham & Solihull’s policy of recruiting motivated youngsters in preference to more recognised veterans is paying dividends.Read
COVENTRY made their point in more ways than one against bitter rivals Bees as they coasted to a straightforward victory over their neighbours and secured only their third try bonus of the season in the process.Read
Ever since Ollie Thomas left Moseley for Pirates in 2007 and first returned in October the following year, successive Moseley coaches have seemed reluctant to back what they perceive as his instinctive risk taking.
What started out as a distant dream before crystalising into a definite possibility ended up in distinct let-down as Worcester opened their Amlin Challenge Cup campaign with a disappointing, pointless defeat.Read
The presence of Jon Ford and Alex White as Birmingham & Solihull’s centres against Macclesfield on Sunday underlined the change in culture relegation from the Championship has enforced on the Damson Park outfit.Read
Of all of Moseley's six defeats this season, this one was perhaps the most disturbing, one that will set Kevin Maggs' nerves jangling more than the others and not just because it was against his former team.Read
It’s a serious business you know – restoring position and pride back to Coventry rugby club – and that means text messages containing frivolous phrases such as ‘Operation Phoenix’ do not pass without comment.Read
Brian has been Birmingham Post's rugby union correspondent for the last three years and also writes on a wide range of topics including tennis, athletics and football. In 2006 he was named Midlands Sports Journalist of the Year and he has also been recognised by the Warwickshire Lawn Tennis Association.