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Cricket world cup – what a cracker

An absolutely splendid weekend of sport, F1, Wimbledon finals, Netball even garnering some attention yet nothing can compare to “THAT” cricket match on Sunday. So the England team won but by the slimmest of margins, it needed a super over to get us the cup, we even feel a tad …

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Overwatch LEGO sets – near-future earth sets almost here

As one of the of the fastest growing digital games in the world Overwatch  boasts over 40 million active players, was only a matter of time before it got the LEGO treatment. The hit game by Blizzard is full of characters like Junkrat, Roadhog and Hammond the Hamster and now …

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Water way to have a blast – soakers of all shapes and sizes

Take down a wave of enemies as they flee yelling H2-Noooooooo – If you’re in the market for a top water gun, take a peek at this haul of hardware: Time is of the essence in a water-battle, if you’re out of H2O your opponents are at a huge advantage. …

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Spider-Man Far From Home is having a very good week

Having a web-tastic first week at the box office Spider-Man Far From Home took $27 million on Wednesday — a record for a Marvel Cinematic Universe film. This, the 23rd Marvel movie, so far it has earned a whopping $65.5 million in its first two days from 4,634 North American locations …

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PLAYMOBIL: The Movie – Toys Part I – Rex Dashers ride

Daniel Radcliffe is a secret agent (Rex Dasher) in the new PLAYMOBIL: The Movie – released in UK cinemas 9 August and he has his very own Porsche Mission E! A new take on E-Performance. The PLAYMOBIL Porsche Mission E (RRP £69.99) features the same harmonious design and detailed craftsmanship of its …

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Argos illustrates some of the strange searches customers make

The Argos website sells tens of thousands of products, but for some Brits, it seems that’s just not enough. They released a list of the top unusual searches and we’ve picked our toy related(ish) two. An Argos spokesperson said: “From Tim Berners-Lee to James Dyson, Britain is renowned for its …

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