The News Team
News.ladbrokes is dedicated to providing betting information about major sporting events in Britain and around the world, with a special emphasis on football, seven days a week. The editorial team can be contacted via email@example.com.
News.ladbrokes is written and edited by:
Craig Kemp – editor
After gaining a degree in Media and Sports Journalism, Craig spent two years writing about golf and betting for news agency Adfero. Over the past three years he has also been a regular correspondent for the Non League Football Paper and has contributed to Setanta and the Racing Post.
Richard Anderson – editor
After graduating in English from the University of Kent, Richard worked as a reporter for the Sportsbeat press agency, covering sports around the country, from top-class football and rugby to the Queen’s Club tennis tournament and the British Swimming Championships.
Robbie Morris – editor
Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.
Neil Walsh – Ladbrokes Head of GAA
Responsible for Ladbrokes’ GAA offering since the summer of 2008, Neil has worked in the bookmaking industry since he was 18 years old. While studying journalism in Dublin, Neil worked part-time in bookmaking before taking up a full-time trading role. His columns and comments are regularly featured in the industry media.
Craig Hares – editor
Following the completion of a journalism degree in Southampton, Craig joined the Ladbrokes.com team. He has been published in numerous male lifestyle and sport titles including Maxim, Men’s Fitness and ITV’s FA Cup and World Cup guides. He has also contributed to Ladbrokes’ Close Up magazine.
Ed Needham – editorial director
Ed is a former editor of numerous men’s magazines in the UK and US, including FHM, Maxim and Rolling Stone. He is a founder and director of Grand Parade.