A note from the editor For nine years Disability

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Activists Call Search For New Police Chief Farce

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Developments in Development Rays of Light

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1 coffee and donuts all day at 19th and Alabama St

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Kinkcom estate sale at the Armory How much for the torture rack

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THATTO Heath Crusaders are looking to recruit a co

first_imgTHATTO Heath Crusaders are looking to recruit a coach to join an already keen and well established team of players and a structure of administrators, coaches, team and touchline managers and first aiders in time for the start of the 2014 season.Should you wish to volunteer your services you will be made most welcome and be joining one of the premier Clubs in the North West, with facilities and volunteers second to none. We are a former 2012/2013 RFL Community Club of the Year, with circa 350-400 players and 25 teams both male and female.Your duties will be to coach and prepare a team to play rugby league to the best of their ability with the emphasis on player development and having fun with a focus on the enjoyment of rugby league in a safe and friendly environment. You will receive internal coach education and external coaching qualifications and be supported by a team of very experienced volunteer coaches and administrators.The ideal candidate will have some playing or coaching experience (or both) but a lack of such must not prevent you from applying in the first instance to [email protected]last_img read more

Both teams gave it their all to provide a great ga

first_imgBoth teams gave it their all to provide a great game and we are extremely proud of all that took part.In front of an enthusiastic crowd, the first half was very evenly matched with both teams scoring consistently throughout – including an exceptional full length try by Saints LDRL Captain Mike Thompson.It finished relatively close with Warrington Leading 40-32.The second half saw Warrington LDRL use their speed and width to get around the Saints.The home side scored eight points but the Wolves’ movement took its toll and they saw the game out 60-40.Gareth Foster, Head Coach of the Saints LDRL team, mentioned: “Despite the result I am extremely proud of our team and what they have achieved over the season. I’m delighted with each and every one of our team members. To see all the fans at yesterday’s match cheer us really gave me goose bumps and I’d like to thank each and every one of them for their support.“The best part of the night was to see everyone smiling at the end whilst being cheered off by the home crowd.”Saints:Josh Bould (1) John Starbutts (4) Jordan Darbyshire (5) Mathew Hanley (10) Jamie Leatherbarrow (12) Josh Taylor (13) Tom Blanthorn (14) Mike Thompson (9) Connor Harrison (8) Chris Foster (31) Luke Evans (11) Aaron Vose (25) Aidan Travis (20) Jamie Cross (7) Reece Tharme (15) Ben Talbot (AB)last_img read more

Pender students get hands on training in school shooting scenario

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WANT TO BUY IT Frying Pan Tower is up for auction

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Man accused of trying to solicit a child online

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