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  • Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Edinburgh

    By wanabi at 14:19 on 14/10/14
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    Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Edinburgh . 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.Tel 0 16 16-694 785 Cheap Kitchen Units Sale in Edinburgh
  • Matson keep pressure on table-toppers

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 11/11/13
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    MATSON have retained their grip on second place in Tribute Western Counties North. They extended their winning run to three games with a 26-15 success at North Bristol, putting them three points behind the pace-setting Chew Valley. Drybrook moved up one place to third after winning 24-8 at Barton Hill – their four success in a row. Chosen Hill Former Pupils occupy ninth spot after losing 19-10 at Old Bristolians, making it...
  • FA Cup: Shortwood United joint boss Alex Sykes fired up for Port Vale test

    By The Citizen at 05:00 on 08/11/13
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    A FEW hours before he gives the biggest team talk of his football management career, Shortwood United joint boss Alex Sykes will be delivering a different type of lecture – to his GCSE PE pupils. A teacher at Rednock School in Dursley, Sykes will be hard at work in the lead up to Wood's FA Cup first-round tie with Port Vale, doing a full day's work on the day of the game. But whereas defender Sam Avery will spend the hours...
  • FA Cup: Shortwood United joint boss Alex Sykes is fired up for Port Vale

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 08/11/13
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    A FEW hours before he gives the biggest team talk of his football management career, Shortwood United joint boss Alex Sykes will be delivering a different type of lecture – to his GCSE PE pupils. A teacher at Rednock School in Dursley, Sykes will be hard at work in the lead up to Wood's FA Cup first-round tie with Port Vale, doing a full day's work on the day of the game. But whereas defender Sam Avery will spend the hours...
  • Young Sport: Cheltenham girls' football festival is big success

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 05/11/13
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    THIRTY girls aged six to 13 attended a girls' football festival hosted by Cheltenham Spa Ladies. The free coaching session at All Saints' Academy was part of their continued programme of events to increase awareness of the sport locally. The girls, from Cheltenham and surrounding villages, were all given an opportunity to take part in a variety of fun activities, ball skills and small-sided games. Recently appointed...

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