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Curtis Anderson

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North-West Evening Mail
Curtis still dreaming after World Cup triumphfor a footballing moment that will go down in both English and Cumbrian history
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
for a footballing moment that will go down in both English and Cumbrian history. But it is where Barrow-born goalkeeper Curtis Anderson not only claimed a World Cup winners’ medal with England Under-17s – he even hit the back of the net... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
PICTURES AND VIDEOS: Saluting the stars of South Cumbrian sport at Mail Awardsdouble-winning under-16s team. Commitments with Manchester City meant that Eng
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
double-winning under-16s team. Commitments with Manchester City meant that England Under-17s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Curtis Anderson could not attend to pick up the Junior Sportsperson prize – having pipped judoka Harvey Burns, the grandson... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
PICTURES: Sporting champions celebrated at Mail South Cumbria Awards nighton many of the best individual and team performances from locals over the last
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 25 days ago
on many of the best individual and team performances from locals over the last 12 months. Teenage Ulverston goalkeeper Curtis Anderson picked up the Junior Sportsperson of the Year award after helping England under-17s win the World Cup in... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Sporting champions celebrated at Mail South Cumbria Awards nighton many of the best individual and team performances from locals over the last
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 25 days ago
on many of the best individual and team performances from locals over the last 12 months. Teenage Ulverston goalkeeper Curtis Anderson picked up the Junior Sportsperson of the Year award after helping England under-17s win the World Cup in... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Sporting success celebrated at Mail awards nightcandidates for the four main categories are: Junior Sportsperson: Aimee Everet
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 25 days ago
candidates for the four main categories are: Junior Sportsperson: Aimee Everett (football) Harvey Burns (Judo) and Curtis Anderson (football). Junior Team: Ulverston Victoria High School (Orienteering) Dalton U16s (Rugby League) and... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Shortlisted candidates named ahead of the Mail 2017 South Cumbria Sports Awardsin the country. He is currently ranked third in Great Britian and has been sel
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 days ago
in the country. He is currently ranked third in Great Britian and has been selected for the England squad at Cadet level. CURTIS ANDERSON (Football) CURTIS fulfilled the dream of millions of young footballers across the globe when he helped... Read more

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