Will Jackson

Sports Journalist, Press Association Sport

Location icon United Kingdom

A multi-media sports journalist at the Press Association with editorial and social experience as well as experience in the field, covering and reporting on live stories.

I spent a year based in Glasgow covering a range of Scottish sport, from the regular football season to a stunning win for the cricket team over England, as well as the Six Nations at BT Murrayfield and the 2018 European Championships among other things.

Portfolio
Yorkshire Post
06/11/2018
England stunned as Scots capture prized win

The historic victory over England in the one-off one-day international in Edinburgh is a massive statement from Scottish cricket, says Calum MacLeod.

Mail Online
08/09/2018
Peaty: Great Britain swimmers looking strong

Adam Peaty has praised the new "fearless" breed of swimmers in the Great Britain team. Peaty returned to the pool on Thursday evening to claim his fourth medal of the European Championships, but it has been the emergence of people such as Freya Anderson which has got people talking in Glasgow.

Western Morning News
08/06/2018
Golden glee for Davies and Kenny

Great Britain enjoyed a brilliant Sunday night in the swimming pool as they won two gold medals at the European Championships in Glasgow

Clyde 1
07/27/2018
Hibs hit back from two goals down to beat Asteras Tripolis

Florian Kamberi capped a memorable night at Easter Road as Hibernian came from two goals down to win 3-2 in stoppage time against Asteras Tripolis. The striker scored in added time to cap a brilliant second-half fightback from Neil Lennon's side, whose Europa League hopes looked to be dead and buried at the break.

BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
11/01/2018
Verbal abuse, punches and coins - Neil Lennon's bust-ups at Tynecastle - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Neil Lennon was at the centre of more touchline controversy on Wednesday night after he was struck in the face by a coin thrown from the crowd during the Edinburgh derby. The Hibernian manager was goading the home support at Tynecastle after a late goal was disallowed, but was on the floor clutching his face moments later after the coin-throwing incident.

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