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  1. Hargreaves Delighted With Comprehensive WinRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Vital Football

    Manager Chris Hargreaves has said he was delighted to see Torquay comfortably put Bishop's Stortford to the sword in the first round of the FA Trophy. A Ryan Bowman brace, with further goals from Luke Young, Duane Ofori-Acheampong and Jordan Chapell gave us a solid five nil victory and booked our place in the second round and speaking to the Official Site following the game, he explained.

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    Monday Dec 15 | Western morning News

    Ludgvan School head teacher Chris Mottram and pupils celebrate their "outstanding" Ofsted report earlier this year. The academy topped the tables for the whole of Devon and Cornwall28618882 The worrying extent to which pupil performance in key subjects varies between South West schools has been highlighted by new Government figures.

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  3. Jim Parker: Intrepid duo are brilliant in a crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | This Is South Devon

    I NEVER thought Pat Denham and Tracey Waygood had it in 'em. Pat is the gentle-speaking Lady of the Manor and vice-principal at South Devon College.

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  4. Torquay author releases new cat-detective novelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | This Is South Devon

    Shiphay Learning Academy, Exe Hill, Torquay. Author Alexander Martin came to Shiphay Learning Academy to present prizes to students who designed some artwork for his new book, overall winner, Chloe Nickels.

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  5. Opposition profile: Torquay UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Times-series.co.uk

    After stopping the rot when they won 3-2 at Barnet at the beginning of last month, Torquay United have won once in their following five fixtures. Torquay had tasted victory in just one of their last six when they beat Martin Allen's side on November 11, but they have not felt the springboard effect they would have expected after beating the league leaders on their own patch.

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  6. Levi Ives' maturity beyond his years creates tough decision for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Western morning News

    He may still be only 17, but if there was one quality that shone through from Levi Ives' performance, as Torquay United battled their way through the wind and rain to beat FC Halifax Town 2-1 at Plainmoor on Tuesday night, it was his maturity. The Gulls' young left-back, whose talent has always been there for all to see, was regularly chivvying his back-four into shape, forcing half-a-dozen offside decisions against the visitors.

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  7. Torquay United: Gulls ready to kick start Fa Trophy campaign...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | This Is South Devon

    HE MAY STILL be only 17, but if there was one quality that shone through from Levi Ives' performance, as Torquay United battled their way through the wind and rain to beat FA Halifax Town 2-1 at Plainmoor on Tuesday night, it was his maturity. The Gulls' young left-back, whose talent has always been there for all to see, was regularly chivvying his back-four into shape, forcing half-a-dozen offside decisions against the visitors.

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  8. Mama Bear's Christmas Hamper AppealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | This Is Somerset

    A local nursery group has joined forces with poverty charity Anode to provide special festive hampers to Torbay families in need this Christmas. Mama Bear's Day Nursery and Pre-School will be running drop-off points from each of its four local nurseries, allowing people to donate food items or money towards the hamper appeal.

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  9. Sidmouth cricket official Neil Gamble elected to the Minor Counties...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Exmouth Journal

    Sidmouth cricket official Neil Gamble has been voted on to the governing body of Minor Counties cricket, writes Conrad Sutcliffe. Gamble, who is 72 in January, became involved in Devon cricket in 1994 when he was voted on to the county committee.

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  10. BOWLS: Marathon men pull off impressive win in their race for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | This Is South Devon

    STAR entertainment at Plainmoor saw the race to reach the England finals gathers pace with Commonwealth Games medallists Sam and Sophie Tolchard both bouncing back well from defeat. It was to be an exciting five-days of top class bowls that included a four-and-a-half-hour men's pairs match which tested the resolve of both player and spectators with the end mere minutes away from the midnight hour.

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    Wednesday Dec 10 | This Is South Devon

    They have released photographs of the seven men and one women who are all wanted for failing to appear at court or for non-payment of fines. A police press statement said: "Officers are proactively following a number of lines of enquiry to ascertain the whereabouts of all eight and intend to make arrests once located.

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  12. South Devon Beauties show off their tropical side at a festive charity swimwear shootRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | PR Log

    South Devon Beauties pose for a charity Christmas photo shoot with South Devon based and internationally renowned swimwear company Sandstorm Luxury Swimwear to raise funds for The Eve Appeal. PRLog - Dec. 9, 2014 - TORQUAY, U.K. -- As the weather becomes more wintry and it becomes ever more chilly, temperatures remained tropical for some South Devon Beauties as they posed for a charity Christmas photo shoot with South Devon based and internationally renowned swimwear company Sandstorm Luxury Swimwear who are based in Totnes.

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  13. Eastleigh focused on cup dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | Daily Echo

    Craig McAllister admits there has been talk among the Eastleigh team of a dream FA Cup third round tie against Premier League opposition but insists they are unwaveringly focused on their second round tie at Southport on Sunday. Bitterne -raised McAllister is all too familiar with the glamorous side of the FA Cup, having played for Crawley against Manchester United at Old Trafford in their famous fifth round 1-0 defeat three years ago.

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  14. Delon Armitage threatened to 'take the face off' a Leicester...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Daily Mail

    Delon Armitage threatened to 'take the face off' a Leicester supporter during angry exchange in Toulon's loss to the Tigers Former England international Delon Armitage allegedly threatened to 'take the face off' a Leicester supporter as temperatures boiled over at Welford Road on Sunday evening. The Toulon full back was involved in an angry exchange after his side's 25-21 defeat in the European Champions Cup and has also been accused of calling supporters 'inbred c****' as he walked towards the dressing rooms at half-time.

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    Sunday Dec 7 | This Is South Devon

    TORBAY MP Adrian Sanders is calling for a change in the law to prevent vulnerable teenagers being held in police cells. It comes after the MP raised in Parliament the case of a 16-year-old teenager with mental health issues kept in cells in Torquay for some 36 hours after an incident at Torbay Hospital.

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  16. Exmouth sailor Sam Matson sets course for bright futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Sidmouth Herald

    La Solitaire du Figaro 2014. Leg 1 finish. Plymouth.UK. Pictures of Artemis Academy sailor Sam Matson finishing 12th and No1 Rookie.

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    Sunday Dec 7 | This Is Exeter

    The riders, more Santa's Slaves that Satan's Slaves, arrived en masse to deliver Christmas toys to youngsters with life-limiting illnesses at the South West Children's Hospice. The Santas on two wheels _ and some on high-powered trikes - road to Little Bridge House, South West Children's Hospice near Winkleigh.

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  18. College's young strikers up for the cupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Exmouth Journal

    Young footballers at Exmouth Community College are ready to mix it with the best in England after a storming start to their season. The college's year nine boys' team have reached the last 32 in the National Cup, having made it through from more than 600 schools which started the competition in September.

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  19. Spitfires' unbeaten run ends at TorquayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | Hampshire Chronicle

    Goals by Toby Ajala and Ryan Bowman at either end of this encounter at Plainmoor bookended a ferociously competitive clash, and secured all three points for Torquay, writes Paul McNamara. The game began at a rare pace and within 60 seconds the Gulls' top scorer Bowman was presented with a gilt-edged opening.

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  20. Opposition profile: Torquay UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Times-series.co.uk

    After stopping the rot when they won 3-2 at Barnet at the beginning of last month, Torquay United have won once in their following five fixtures. Torquay had tasted victory in just one of their last six when they beat Martin Allen's side on November 11, but they have not felt the springboard effect they would have expected after beating the league leaders on their own patch.

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