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Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame – Stratford Observer


Stratford Observer
Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame
Stratford Observer
Silver – The home of tennis, from Hampton Court Palace in Richmondupon-Thames, where the sport is thought to have been invented to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Gold –The incidental birth of modern rugby during a football game at Rugby School …

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Stevenage’s new signing full of optimism three years after jail term – Hertfordshire Mercury


Hertfordshire Mercury
Stevenage's new signing full of optimism three years after jail term
Hertfordshire Mercury
Central defender Wells, the captain of non-league Hampton & Richmond Borough at the time of the incident, was jailed for a year in May 2011. … “It's good, they've been out of non-league for a few years, they've earned their place in the Football League.

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Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame – Stratford Observer


Stratford Observer
Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame
Stratford Observer
Silver – The home of tennis, from Hampton Court Palace in Richmondupon-Thames, where the sport is thought to have been invented to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Gold –The incidental birth of modern rugby during a football game at Rugby School …

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Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame – Stratford Observer


Stratford Observer
Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame
Stratford Observer
Silver – The home of tennis, from Hampton Court Palace in Richmondupon-Thames, where the sport is thought to have been invented to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Gold –The incidental birth of modern rugby during a football game at Rugby School …

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Ex-Magpie Pacquette flies south to link up with Eastbourne Borough – Maidenhead Advertiser

Ex-Magpie Pacquette flies south to link up with Eastbourne Borough
Maidenhead Advertiser
Folllowing his decision to release Pacquette Johnson Hippolyte has bolstered his attacking options with the addition of Stefan Brown from Hungerford Town and Dave Tarpey from Hampton and Richmond Borough, but he's still in the market for a replacement …

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Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame – Stratford Observer


Stratford Observer
Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame
Stratford Observer
Silver – The home of tennis, from Hampton Court Palace in Richmondupon-Thames, where the sport is thought to have been invented to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Gold –The incidental birth of modern rugby during a football game at Rugby School …

and more »

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Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian’s Inns – This is Local London


This is Local London
Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian's Inns
This is Local London
The 31-year-old joined Ks last month from Conference South Farnborough to work under former Hampton & Richmond Borough team-mate Graham Harper and new manager Tommy Williams. School teacher Inns, who won the Conference South title with …

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Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame – Stratford Observer


Stratford Observer
Shakespeare – England ultimate claim to fame
Stratford Observer
Silver – The home of tennis, from Hampton Court Palace in Richmondupon-Thames, where the sport is thought to have been invented to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Gold –The incidental birth of modern rugby during a football game at Rugby School …

and more »

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Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian’s Inns – Elmbridge Guardian


Elmbridge Guardian
Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian's Inns
Elmbridge Guardian
The 31-year-old joined Ks last month from Conference South Farnborough to work under former Hampton & Richmond Borough team-mate Graham Harper and new manager Tommy Williams. School teacher Inns, who won the Conference South title with …

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Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian’s Inns – Kingston Guardian


Kingston Guardian
Kingsmeadow is home from home for Kingstonian's Inns
Kingston Guardian
The 31-year-old joined Ks last month from Conference South Farnborough to work under former Hampton & Richmond Borough team-mate Graham Harper and new manager Tommy Williams. School teacher Inns, who won the Conference South title with …

and more »

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