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  • Cheap Kitchens For Sale Leeds

    By wanabi at 14:37 on 13/08/14
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    Cheap Kitchens For Sale Leeds. Thirty Ex Display Kitchens To Clear. w'w'w'.'e'x'd'i's'p'l'a'y'k'i't'c'h'e'n's'1'.'c'o'.'u'k £ 595 Each with appliances. Cheap Kitchens For Sale Leeds
  • Local Schoolgirl Top Show Jumper in UK

    By redbrickers at 11:08 on 05/09/13
    Charlotte Fretwell successfully clears the jump during her perfect round
    A virtually unknown 14 year old Derbyshire schoolgirl is now ranked number one under 16 show jumper in the country, having seen off rivals who compete for Great Britain. Ockbrook School student Charlotte Fretwell from Belper jumped her way to the title of national champion at the British Show Jumping Association (BSJA) National Under 16's Championships on August 28th 2013. Charlotte secured first place at the prestigious Scope Show...
  • Volunteering is prime example of club pride

    By Nottingham Post at 06:00 on 05/09/13
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    THERE is still time to vote for your favourites for this year's Nottingham Post Sports Awards and in the lead up to the closing date, on September 13, we will highlight some of the potential candidates in each of the 14 categories. Beeston Hockey Club won the club of the year in our 2012 awards, seeing off the challenge of Nottingham Boccia and Radcliffe Olympic FC to scoop the honour. The club of the year award, sponsored by Fraser...
  • Goals galore as the Combination returns

    By Nottingham Post at 06:00 on 05/09/13
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    THE Nottinghamshire Football Combination League returned with a bang this week as over 100 goals were scored across the four divisions on an entertaining first day back. In the Premier Division, Phoenix got a 10-0 away win at Elwes Arms – where K B Campbell helped himself to four and Emmet Edwards three. Both Bestwood Park and Blacks Head picked up 5-0 wins at home against Beechdale FC and Mellish respectively. Burkes bagged...
  • Scanlon hits four in county final

    By Nottingham Post at 06:00 on 03/09/13
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    BEESTON triumphed 8-2 against West Bridgford in the County Cup final. In a game pitting together Nottingham's two National League teams, Beeston took the lead in the tenth minute through Martin Scanlon. Bridgford quickly equalised with their first penalty corner as Todd Mills scored from a low flick. The Bees went ahead again in the 22nd minute through Charlie Brooke, before Scanlon grabbed his second in the 44th minute. The...

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