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Queensland Times
Young umpires rising up ranksIPSWICH'S promising talent pool of hockey umpires was on display during the rec
Young umpires rising up ranks
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
IPSWICH'S promising talent pool of hockey umpires was on display during the recent grand finals at Raceview. Male junior umpire of the year Kyle Jackson this year umpired the Division 1 final at the under-13 boys state championships. He also... Read more
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Irish Examiner
11 counties represented in nominees for U21 Hurling Team of the YearEleven counties are represented on the 45-man shortlist for the Bord Gáis Energ
11 counties represented in nominees for U21 Hurling Team of the Year
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
Eleven counties are represented on the 45-man shortlist for the Bord Gáis Energy U21 Hurling Championship Team of the Year, writes Stephen Barry. Waterford, who scored 15-82 in four games on their way to the All-Ireland title, lead the list of... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Shortlist nnnounced for the U21HC Team of the Year23 September 2016 Patrick Curran and the Waterford players make their way out
Shortlist nnnounced for the U21HC Team of the Year
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 5 days ago
23 September 2016 Patrick Curran and the Waterford players make their way out before the All-Ireland U21HC final against Galway at Semple Stadium, Thurles. It all comes down to 45 players who are in... Read more
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Golf Magazine
Tim Finchem Says PGA Tour Will Not Join HB2 ProtestFinchem said Tuesday that the PGA Tour supports the NBA, NCAA and ACC over its
Tim Finchem Says PGA Tour Will Not Join HB2 Protest
Golf Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
Finchem said Tuesday that the PGA Tour supports the NBA, NCAA and ACC over its public stand against the legislation. "We are not, however, inclined to join that group by pulling our tournament," he said. "And the reason for that is quite simply,... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Finchem cites charity as reason to stay in North CarolinaTim Finchem leaned on charity as a reason why he has no plans to relocate PGA T
Finchem cites charity as reason to stay in North Carolina
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Tim Finchem leaned on charity as a reason why he has no plans to relocate PGA Tour events from North Carolina over HB2, the so-called "bathroom bill" that limits protects for LGBT people. The NBA pulled the All-Star Game from Charlotte, while... Read more
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Golf Magazine
87 Reasons We Love ArnieArnold Palmer turns 87 today. There's not much you can get a King that he doesn
87 Reasons We Love Arnie
Golf Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
Arnold Palmer turns 87 today. There's not much you can get a King that he doesn't already have, but you can pause and take a moment to appreciate everything he has given us. For his swagger, his classic battles with Jack Nicklaus, his bond with... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
2016 NFL predictions: MVP, Super Bowl picks and moreThe 2016 NFL season is finally here. With opening kickoff just hours away, the
2016 NFL predictions: MVP, Super Bowl picks and more
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 20 days ago
The 2016 NFL season is finally here. With opening kickoff just hours away, the NFL expert panel at Sportsnet has provided its Super Bowl predictions along with all of their picks for the major awards. The panel includes NFL editor Craig Battle,... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Construction industry awards celebratedThe New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has celebrated its 23rd annual aw
Construction industry awards celebrated
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 1 months ago
The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has celebrated its 23rd annual awards for excellence in the construction sector. The winner of the GIB supreme award was Rodney Verhoeven, a project manager with Hawkins, for his role in managing the... Read more

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