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It wouldn't happen in Soccer! Roseberry ladies hockey team came back with the silver Featured 00609 Image

It wouldn't happen in Soccer! Roseberry ladies hockey team came back with the silver

It wouldn't happen in Soccer! Roseberry ladies hockey team came back with the silver wear after losing in a tournament in Holland. Four wins, Two draws and a defeat carried the Roseberry girls into the final against Dutch club Keddelin and though the match ended goalless after extra time, Keddelin won 4-3 on penalties. But in a superb sportswomanly gesture, the dutch girls owned up to taking an extra stride on the winning stroke and presented the trophy to their English visitors. 3rd April 1991

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Almondbury Scouts and Cubs are in a winning mood. Members of 37th Almondbury Methodist Featured 00609 Image

Almondbury Scouts and Cubs are in a winning mood. Members of 37th Almondbury Methodist

Almondbury Scouts and Cubs are in a winning mood. Members of 37th Almondbury Methodist Scouts followed grid references and clues on a 13-mile walk from Blackmoorfoot to Lepton to beat three other teams from the South East District. Pictured are Woodland Way winners (back left) Huw Edwards, Robert Farnell, Mark Robinson, Matthew Brooke, Ben Ingram and holding the shield Matthew Ingram (front right). In front are the 37th Almondbury Methodist Cubs who won a six-a-side South East District football competition at Huddersfield Sports Centre. The competition was organised by assistant district commissioner for Cubs Peter Newsome. Holding the trophy is Alan Preest and (from left) Matthew Kidger, Steven Mitchell, James Emsell, Simon Blackmore and Adam Shaw. 1st May 1990

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Pupils from a Dalton junior school havenA¿ been foiled in their attempts to help the Stop Featured 00609 Image

Pupils from a Dalton junior school havenA¿ been foiled in their attempts to help the Stop

Pupils from a Dalton junior school haven? been foiled in their attempts to help the Stop Press Guide Dog Appeal. Youngsters at St Joseph? RC School are lending their support for the appeal by collecting together foil, dishes and anything else made of aluminium so they can sell it for recycling and pass on the money. Seen gathering together lots of dishes are ?rsty Richards, Anthony Gallivan, Katie Meehan, Sarah Ainley, Clare Connolly, Rebecca Ramsden and Katrina Farnsworth. 8th May 1990

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