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Terry McDermott (disambiguation)

Terry McDermott is an English ex-footballer, most notably with Liverpool F.C. Terry McDermott may also refer to: Terry McDermott speed skater born 1940, American speed skater Terry McDermott Australian actor 1927-2018 Australian actor known for h ...

Andy Lewis

Andy Lewis may refer to: Andy Lewis cricketer born 1976, English cricketer Andy Lewis producer, English soul producer, best known for the album Billion Pound Project and his collaboration single with Paul Weller Andy Lewis bassist 1967–2000, orig ...

Andre Rush

Andre Rush is a celebrity chef who went viral after a photo of him cooking on the White House lawn during the annual White House Iftar dinner circulated on Twitter. Rush, a retired Master Sergeant of the US Army, gained attention for his large bi ...

Thomas Watson (cricketer, born 1913)

Thomas Mead Watson was an English first-class cricketer and educator. Watson was born at Lewisham in May 1913. He was educated at Monkton Combe School, before going up to Balliol College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made three appearance ...

Andreas Pistiolis

Andreas Pistiolis is a Greek basketball coach who is currently an assistant coach for the Russian team, CSKA Moscow of the VTB United League.

Hamar mens basketball

The Hamar mens basketball team, commonly known as Hamar, is the mens basketball department of Iþrottafelagid Hamar. It was founded on 10 September 1992.

Hamar womens basketball

The Hamar womens basketball team, commonly known as Hamar, is the womens basketball department of Iþrottafelagid Hamar, based in the town of Hveragerdi, Iceland.

Azad Singh Rathore

Azad Singh Rathore is cricket administrator who has had held the position of Treasurer in Rajasthan Cricket Association, an author, a businessman and a politician associated with the Indian National Congress in Rajasthan. Rathore, a keen follower ...

2020–21 Bengaluru FC season

During the course of 2019–20 season, Bengaluru FC extended contracts of Juanan, Thongkhosiem Haokip and Edmund Lalrindika. At the end of the season, Bengaluru FC extended contracts of Udanta Singh, Erik Paartalu, Dimas Delgado, Ajay Chhetri, Leon ...

Persak Kebumen

Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Kebumen, commonly known as Persak, is an Indonesian football club based in Kebumen, Central Java, Indonesia. It was found on 1967.

Dermody

Dermody is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Tom Dermody, American politician Thomas Dermody 1775–1802, Irish poet Matt Dermody born 1990, American baseball player Dorothy Dermody 1909–2012, Irish fencer Joe Dermody born 1972, I ...

Maguire (disambiguation)

Maguire is an Irish surname. Maguire may also refer to: Sam Maguire Cup, award for the winning Gaelic football team Withers-Maguire House, historic house in Ocoee, Florida, USA Molly Maguires, Irish secret society; established 1843; later transpl ...

Chris Armstrong

Chris Armstrong or Christopher Armstrong may refer to: Chris Armstrong, Pipe Major of the ScottishPower Pipe Band Chris Armstrong footballer, born 1971, former Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur football player Chris Armstrong footballer, born ...

Conditional

Conditional may refer to: Conditional probability, the probability of an event A given that another event B has occurred Strict conditional, in philosophy, logic, and mathematics A conditional expression in computer programming languages such as? ...

Oded

Oded is a Hebrew name meaning "encouragement". People with the name Oded: Oded Gavish born 1989 Oded Schramm 1961–2008, Israeli-American mathematician Oded Menashe born 1969, Israeli actor and magician Oded Fehr born 1970, Israeli actor Oded Katt ...

Dererk Pardon

Dererk Devonte Pardon is an American professional basketball player who is currently a free agent. He played college basketball for the Northwestern Wildcats.

Nilmungkorn Sudsakorngym

Nilmungkorn Sudsakorngym is a Thai Muay Thai kickboxer. As an amateur, he won the 2015 IMTF World Championship. In 2016 & 2017 as a professional, Nilmungkorn became the SUPER Muay Thai World Champion, winning the tournament two years in a row. In ...

Reine Minoru

Reine Minoru is a Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse. As a two-year-old in 2016 she showed great promise by winning her first two races including the Kokura Nisai Stakes and went on to be placed in both the Keio Hai Nisai Stakes and the Hanshin Juve ...

Patricia Jones

Patricia Jones may refer to: Patricia W. Jones born 1950, American politician from Utah Patricia Egan Jones, American politician in the New Jersey General Assembly Patricia Spears Jones born 1951, American poet Patricia Jones athlete 1930–2000, C ...

Patricia Page

Patricia A Page married name Patricia Havers is a former English badminton international player and former Scottish Open doubles champion.

2017–18 Falkirk F.C. season

The 2017–18 season was Falkirk’s fifth season in the Scottish Championship and their seventh consecutive season in the second-tier of Scottish football following their relegation from the Scottish Premier League at the end of the 2009–10 season. ...

2020–21 St Johnstone F.C. season

The 2020–21 season will be the clubs eighth season in the Scottish Premiership and their eleventh consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football. St Johnstone will also compete in the Scottish Cup and the League Cup.

1959 Temple Owls football team

The 1959 Temple Owls football team was an American football team that represented Temple University as a member of the Middle Atlantic Conference during the 1959 NCAA University Division football season. In its fourth and final season under head ...

2020–21 Maltese Premier League

The 2020–21 Maltese Premier League will be the 106th season of the Maltese Premier League, the top-flight league football in Malta. Floriana are the defending champions, having won their 26th title the previous season.

2020–21 Club America season

The 2020–21 Club America season is the clubs 76th consecutive season in the top-flight of Mexican football. The team will participate in the Liga MX.

Andy Davies (referee)

Andrew Davies is an English football referee from Hampshire, known for being the only Football League referee to previously have been a professional football player.

Sergio Piernas

He begins his career as football Coach in 1999 during six seasons at Getafe CF Youth Academy and then he signed with Club Atletico Madrid during seven seasons where he also began to perform functions at the Methodology and Analysis Department. Be ...

Johan Theron (tennis)

Theron was a member of Namibias very first Davis Cup team in 2000. Namibia competed in the 2000 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group IV, against Zambia, Ethiopia and San Marino. Namibia won their group and was promoted to Group III for 2001. Theron ...

Jurgens Strydom

As a junior, Strydom and his British partner Christopher Llewellyn, reached the semifinals at the 2005 Wimbledon Boys Doubles Championships. Strydom represented Namibia in the Davis Cup competition from 2003 until 2009. He played forty-seven rubb ...

Thomas Weston

Thomas Weston may refer to: Thomas Weston horticulturalist 1866–1935, Australian horticulturalist Tommy Weston 1890–1952, English footballer Thomas Shailer Weston Jr. 1868–1931, member of the New Zealand Legislative Council Thomas Weston, 4th Ear ...

Brian Johnston (disambiguation)

Brian Johnston was a British cricketer and broadcaster. Brian Johnston may also refer to: Brian Johnston fighter born 1968, American mixed martial artist Brian Johnston literary researcher 1932–2013, British literary researcher Brian Johnston lin ...

Geoff Robinson

Geoff Robinson or Geoffrey Robinson may refer to: Geoff Robinson cricketer 1944–2015, English cricketer Geoff Robinson rugby league, born 1957, Australian rugby league player Geoff Robinson broadcaster born 1943, British-born New Zealand broadcas ...

Alexis Borges

Alexis Hernandez Borges is a Portuguese Handballer for Montpellier Handball and the Portuguese national team. He represented Portugal at the 2020 European Mens Handball Championship.

1956–57 Real Madrid CF season

The 1956–57 season was Real Madrid Club de Futbols 54th season in existence and the clubs 26th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

Cofer

Cofer may refer to: COFER: Currency Composition of Foreign Exchange Reserves 23788 Cofer, a main-belt asteroid, named after DCYSC awardee Evan Mitchell Cofer USS Cofer DE-208, a U.S. Navy warship, named after John Joseph Cofer

Richard Manning (disambiguation)

Richard Manning is an environmental author and journalist. Richard Manning may also refer to: Richard C. Manning, Australian development expert Rick Manning born 1954, American baseball player Brennan Manning Richard Francis Xavier Manning, 1934– ...

2019–20 Rwanda Premier League

The 2019–20 Rwanda Premier League is the 43rd season of the Rwanda Premier League, the top-tier football league in Rwanda. The season started on 4 October 2019.

Mitzie Jessop Taase

Mitzie Jessop Taase is an American Samoan attorney serving as Acting Attorney General of American Samoa. Taase was appointed to the role to succeed Talauega Eleasalo Ale, who resigned to run for Lieutenant Governor of American Samoa in the 2020 A ...

Andy Stewart

Andy Stewart may refer to: Andy Stewart politician 1937–2013, British MP for Sherwood, 1983–1992 Andy Stewart baseball born 1970, Canadian Olympic baseball and former major league catcher Andy Stewart musician 1933–1993, Scottish musician and ent ...

Iain MacLean

Iain MacLean, Iain McLean, Ian MacLean, or Ian McLean may refer to: Ian McLean 1929–1965, Australian rules footballer Iain MacLean basketball born 1965, Scottish former basketball player and coach Ian MacLean born 1966, Scottish former footballer ...

Robert Darling

Robert Stormonth Darling was a Scottish first-class cricketer. The son of Patrick Stormonth Darling, he was born at Kelso in June 1880. He was educated at Winchester College, before going up to Oriel College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he ...

Graham Shaw

Graham Shaw may refer to: Graham Shaw footballer, born 1951, Scottish footballer who played for Hearts in the 1976 Scottish Cup Final Graham Shaw cricketer born 1966, former English cricketer Graham Shaw footballer, born 1967, English footballer ...

Jim Murphy (disambiguation)

Jim Murphy is a British Labour Party politician. Jim Murphy may also refer to: Jim Murphy author born 1947, American author Jim Murphy American football, American football player and coach Jim Murphy footballer, born 1956, Scottish professional f ...

Huw Davies (rugby union)

Geoffrey Huw Davies, is an English rugby union player, who played as fly-half. He played for Wasps RFC and for England. As of 2017, he is Scarlets strength conditioning coach after having been serving a similar role within his former club.

Pierre du Preez

Stanley Pierre du Preez is a South African former first-class cricketer. du Preez was born at Port Elizabeth in January 1969. He later studied in England as a Rhodes Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first-c ...

Cornelis Vels

Cornelis Johan Vels was a South African cricketer who played two first-class matches when he was 60 years old and lived till the age of 96.

Pienaar Anker

Pienaar Anker is a South African cricketer who played first-class and List A cricket for Boland from 1981 to 1990. An off-spin bowler and useful lower-order batsman, Anker took 50 wickets at an average of 14.62 when Boland, captained by Eddie Bar ...

Kickbike

A kickbike is a type of kick scooter and is a human-powered street vehicle with a handlebar, deck, and wheels propelled by a rider pushing off the ground. The kickbike has a large standard size bicycle front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel, w ...

Fabio Oliveira

Fabio Oliveira may refer to: Fabio Noronha de Oliveira born 1975 Brazilian footballer better known as Fabio Noronha Fabio Oliveira footballer, born 1974, Brazilian footballer Fabio Pereira de Oliveira born 1981, Brazilian footballer better known ...

2020 Vietnamese National U-19 Football Championship

The 2020 Vietnamese National U-19 Football Championship is split into five groups with the 5 group winners will advance to the second phase of the campaign along with the three best runners-up.