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  1. Wakefield 40-22 Toulouse: Tom Johnstone runs in four tries for Super League sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 8 | Daily Mail

    Rising star Tom Johnstone scored four tries as Wakefield moved into the Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a laboured victory over League One outfit Toulouse. The French visitors, who reached the semi-finals of this competition in 2005, beat big-spending Championship side Leigh in the previous round but trailed 22-0 inside the opening 15 minutes.

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  2. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  3. Valley pipped by Marshall's late winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Despite an improvement from the weekend's performance, Mole Valley SCR slipped to their second successive defeat, this time at Banstead Athletic, writes Gary Brinden. It was a bright opening by both sides, but despite a fair amount of possession in or around the penalty area, neither side could make an early breakthrough.

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  4. Mollatt's late strike gives Valley victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    A late goal by Taylor Mollatt gave Mole Valley SCR victory and a league double over Wembley, at a dusty Anvil Lane on Saturday. It also gave Valley some revenge for their League Cup semi-final defeat by Wembley just over a week ago.

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  5. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  6. Valley pipped by Marshall's late winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Despite an improvement from the weekend's performance, Mole Valley SCR slipped to their second successive defeat, this time at Banstead Athletic, writes Gary Brinden. It was a bright opening by both sides, but despite a fair amount of possession in or around the penalty area, neither side could make an early breakthrough.

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  7. Snooker: Locate Supplies go clear at the top after solid victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | This Is Grimsby

    LOCATE Supplies extended their lead at the top of the A League of the Swales of Scartho & Icing Cabin Intermediate Snooker League with a 5-1 win at Ray Edmonds A. Steve Fisher and Ian Crosby took the next two, and Wayne Webber and Nige Emmerson rounded things off as they shared 1-1 with Sam Ward and Mick Chew. Tony Miller and Gary Challis opened the scoring for Ray Edmonds B as they won 2-0 when they entertained stable-mates Ray Edmonds D. Liam Oswin and Keith Fountain took the third for 'the visitors,' sharing 1-1 with Alan Edmonds and Graham Richardson.

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  8. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  9. Mollatt's late strike gives Valley victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    A late goal by Taylor Mollatt gave Mole Valley SCR victory and a league double over Wembley, at a dusty Anvil Lane on Saturday. It also gave Valley some revenge for their League Cup semi-final defeat by Wembley just over a week ago.

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  10. Valley pipped by Marshall's late winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Despite an improvement from the weekend's performance, Mole Valley SCR slipped to their second successive defeat, this time at Banstead Athletic, writes Gary Brinden. It was a bright opening by both sides, but despite a fair amount of possession in or around the penalty area, neither side could make an early breakthrough.

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  11. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  12. Mollatt's late strike gives Valley victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    A late goal by Taylor Mollatt gave Mole Valley SCR victory and a league double over Wembley, at a dusty Anvil Lane on Saturday. It also gave Valley some revenge for their League Cup semi-final defeat by Wembley just over a week ago.

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  13. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  14. Valley pipped by Marshall's late winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Despite an improvement from the weekend's performance, Mole Valley SCR slipped to their second successive defeat, this time at Banstead Athletic, writes Gary Brinden. It was a bright opening by both sides, but despite a fair amount of possession in or around the penalty area, neither side could make an early breakthrough.

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  15. NAB Challenge: St Kilda forward Paddy McCartin suffers hamstring scare in loss to North MelbourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    NORTH MELBOURNE 0.5.2 0.8.3 0.15.5 0.18.9 ST KILDA 0.3.3 1.5.6 1.6.10 1.9.10 Nine pointers: St Kilda: J Billings. Goals: North Melbourne: D Petrie 4, M Wood 4, J Waite 3, L Thomas 3, S Higgins 2, B Harvey, J Anderson.

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  16. Mollatt's late strike gives Valley victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    A late goal by Taylor Mollatt gave Mole Valley SCR victory and a league double over Wembley, at a dusty Anvil Lane on Saturday. It also gave Valley some revenge for their League Cup semi-final defeat by Wembley just over a week ago.

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  17. Valley pipped by Marshall's late winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Despite an improvement from the weekend's performance, Mole Valley SCR slipped to their second successive defeat, this time at Banstead Athletic, writes Gary Brinden. It was a bright opening by both sides, but despite a fair amount of possession in or around the penalty area, neither side could make an early breakthrough.

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  18. Valley record memorable victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2011 | Wimbledon Guardian

    Mole Valley SCR turned in their best performance of the season to end Chertsey Town's 12-game winning streak, and dent their host's title challenge. As expected, Chertsey Town started positively and with Dean Papali, and ex-Mole Valley striker Phil Page, causing problems, they forced a succession of early corners, all of which were well dealt with by the Valley backline.

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  19. Leigh Harrier Leck is runner-up in raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | Leigh Journal

    MORE than 50 Leigh Harriers made the short trip to Bolton Harriers at Leverhulme Park to compete on a tough course. First Harrier across the line was Georgina Leck home from St Marys University in her first cross country race of the season, she pushed the eventual winner all the way to the line winning second place on a very testing 5k two lap course finishing in a time of 22:01.

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  20. Andrews, Weatherald in solid formRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2015 | Northern Territory News

    Left out of South Australia's Sheffield Shield side against New South Wales this week, the former Darwin Eagles all-rounder returned to Adelaide club side Woodville with a bang. The Redbacks rookie put his best foot forward, performing with bat and ball as the Peckers dominated Northern Districts on day one.

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