After a mesmerising summer of sport in 2012 Tre'Quan Smith Saints Jersey , with the lasting memories of the London Olympics and unprecedented success of the Paralympics, along with huge personal triumphs for some of our top sportspeople, many might have presumed that 2013 would be a quiet year for sport. Think again…

After the phenomenal success of Britain’s home-grown talent in 2012 and the way in which our stars have been catapulted onto the world’s sporting and celebrity stage, sports public relations is thriving. It was a great way to start another huge sporting year, but what’s next in the calendar?

With the 77th edition of the Masters Tournament teeing off in April, all eyes will be on Rory McIlroy. Can the world number one and two-time major champion build on his success and go onto even greater things in 2013? Tiger Woods will be one of a host of names trying to take Rory’s crown. With the American currently eyeing up the world number one spot and an eighth win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida, it should be a close battle in Augusta next month.

May sees the return of the UEFA Champions League final to Wembley for a record seventh time to mark the Football Association’s 150th anniversary. The hosting of football’s biggest club match will do wonders for football PR within England. May also sees Dublin host two European rugby finals. Both the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup finals will be held on one epic sporting weekend in the Irish capital. The Guinness will be flowing as over 70,000 rugby fans are expected to descend on the city in what will be an exciting spectacle of the best rugby Europe has to offer.

This summer will also see the cream of the rugby crop travel Down Under in June as the British and Irish Lions tour Australia. After an exciting and unpredictable Six Nations, many places are still up for grabs and players will be out to impress Warren Gatland and his backroom staff. After the agonising 2-1 Test defeat to The Wallabies back in 2001, the Lions will be desperate to secure their first series win since 1997. With more than 40,000 rugby fans expected to travel to the other side of the world to support the famous side, it should make for edge-of-the-seat viewing when the first Test kicks off in Brisbane on June 22nd.

June also sees the return of strawberries and cream at Wimbledon. After losing out to Roger Federer in last year’s final, but then going on to win Olympic gold and the US Open, Andy Murray will be confident of finally clinching the ultimate title for any British tennis player. With Ivan Lendl in his corner, there’s no reason why the current world number three can’t go all the way at the All England Lawn Tennis Club this year.

Another huge clash, the Ashes, returns to English shores this year, with the first Test getting underway at Trent Bridge in July. It should be a thrilling few weeks for the Barmy Army.

With so many wonderful sporting events still to come in 2013, sports PR companies continue to ride the wave of success that came as a result of an outstanding year for sport in 2012. With the buzz surrounding Andy Murray at Wimbledon and the Ashes final Test match at The Kia Oval, there won’t be a London sports agency missing out on the action this summer!

NAIROBI, May 9 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's domestic debt rose by 1.1 billion U.S. dollars in two months, gravitating closer to 20 billion U.S. dollars as the government intensifies domestic borrowing ahead of the close of the fiscal year.

Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) data indicated Tuesday that East African nation's domestic debt currently stands at 19.4 billion U.S. dollars, a considerable rise since the start of February when it stood at 18.3 billion dollars.

The debt has been accelerated by increased uptake of mainly Treasury bonds in the last two months, which now constitute of 68 percent of the total domestic debt, according to the apex bank.

As at February, the value of domestic debt held in Treasury bonds stood at 11.8 billion dollars rising to 12.8 billion dollars at the end of last week.

The data shows a rapid progression of the debt held in Treasury bonds as CBK continued to float the papers monthly.

Last month, Kenya raised 318 million dollars from two ten-year bonds worth 291 million dollars it floated to cover end of fiscal year deficit.

The bonds were massively oversubscribed, with data from the CBK indicating a high appetite from investors, in particular commercial banks.

And in February and March, Kenya put up for sale Treasury bonds worth 291 million dollars with investors bidding massively for the papers.

After the sale of the bonds, the CBK went back to the debt market in tap sales seeking up to 233 million dollars in the auctions.

Kenya again put up for sale mobile-phone based bonds worth 1.5 million dollars which were traded via the gadgets in a first. The securities are currently being traded at the Nairobi Securities Exchange.

However, besides the T-bonds, uptake of Treasury bills has equally increased with the CBK last week accepting 320 million dollars from the 91-day, 182-day and 364-day bills.

Analysts noted that the government is extensively borrowing from the domestic market to curb budget deficit as the fiscal year ends to avoid the lengthy process in external borrowing.

Kenya has in this fiscal year, 20162017 borrowed heavily from internal than external sources despite plans to borrow more from the latter to ease pressure on domestic interest rates.

According to the Central Bank, Kenya has so far borrowed 2.3 billion dollars locally this financial year against a target of 1.7 billion dollars, with overall public debt totaling 39 billion dollars.

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