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Accra

;#124; ModernGhana.com News publisher Modernghana.com date accessdate 5 August 2010 Urban Transport Project. utp-ghana.com. Retrieved 5 August 2010. Sport thumb Ghana national football team (Black Stars) badge and national anthem (File:Ghana national football team (Black Stars) badge and national anthem.jpg) Football (Association football) is the most popular sport in Accra. The most famous football club

-- deadurl no and a host venue of the Black Stars (Ghana national football team), the national football team of Ghana. In 2008, the Accra Sports Stadium hosted 9 matches in the 2008 African Cup of Nations.


Lower Hutt

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Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).


Wellington

injuries, he failed to establish himself as an automatic selection in an increasingly strong New Zealand side and has not appeared in first class cricket since December 2004 though he is still active in one day cricket for Northern Districts. '''Grahame Paul Bilby''' (born 7 May 1941 in Wellington) is a former cricketer and association football player who represented both the Black Caps (New Zealand national cricket team) and the All Whites (New Zealand national football team). Wikipedia:Wellington Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Wellington City Commons:Wellington


Auckland

. * Eden Park – the city's primary stadium and a frequent home for All Blacks rugby union and Black Caps (New Zealand cricket team) cricket matches. It was the location of the 2011 Rugby World Cup final. * Karangahape Road – known as "K' Road", a street


Ghana

, By Humphrey Hawksley in eastern Ghana, 8 February 2001. BBC News **in Gambia, replaced by the Gambian pound in 1968 **in Ghana, replaced by the Ghanaian pound in 1958 **in Liberia, replaced by the U.S. dollar in 1943 Kwame Nkrumah named the national shipping line of Ghana the Black Star Line in honor of Garvey and the UNIA. Nkrumah also named the national soccer (football (soccer)) team the Black Stars (Ghana national football team) as well. The black star at the center of Ghana's flag (Flag of Ghana) is also inspired by the Black Star.


Australia

the Black Caps (New Zealand national cricket team) and the All Whites (New Zealand national football team). Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Canada

;http: www.isuresults.com results syswc2010 CAT001RS.HTM http: www.isuresults.com results syswc2011 CAT001RS.HTM Other top teams include the United States' Haydenettes and Miami University (Miami University Synchronized Skating Team), the Finnish Team Unique, and Canadian teams black ice (Black ice (sychronized skating team)) (discontinued) and Les Suprêmes. '''Prism''' (or '''PRiSM''') is a Canadian rock (Rock music) band originally from


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