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Peace River, Alberta

. The Peace Country Fish & Game Association (PCFGA) owns and manages a 500 metre rifle range, with backstops at 400 metre, 300 metre, 200 metre, 150 metre and 100 metre as well a shotgun range with 2 clay pigeon shooting launchers and a small arms pistol range. ABOUT PCFGA Peace Country Fish & Game Association The gun range has a clubhouse that was built during the 2004 Alberta Winter Games in Peace River. PCFGA hosts a variety of both


Hamilton, Bermuda

, Bermuda 0-3 Friendly (Exhibition game#Association football) - World War II During 1940 ''Belknap'' was converted into a seaplane tender (reclassified


Kuwait City

Kuwait 2–1 International Match (Exhibition game#Association football) 2 - - 2003-12-02 Kuwait City, Kuwait 1–3 International Match (Exhibition game#Association football) 1 - Military activity Weaponry used by the US during the Gulf War also poses a huge risk to the environmental stability of the area. Tank columns in the desert plains may disrupt the fragile stability that exists. In 1991, the movement of US tanks over the desert


Ipswich

, Suffolk, England. It has been the home ground of Ipswich Town F.C. since 1884. The stadium has also hosted a number of England youth international matches, and one senior England (England national football team) friendly (Exhibition game#Association football) international match, against Croatia (Croatia national football team) in 2003. It has staged several other sporting events, including athletics meetings and international hockey (Field hockey) matches. '''Kieron


Leicester

came on as a 71st minute substitute in a 1–1 draw with the United States (United States men's national soccer team), a result which meant Jamaica were knocked out of the competition. On 1 June 2006 he scored in a 1–4 Exhibition game#Association football

friendly defeat to Ghana (Ghana national football team) at the Walkers Stadium, Leicester. That year he also played in a 0–6 friendly defeat to England (England national football team). - 1. 1 June 2006 Walkers Stadium, Leicester, England 1–4 Friendly (Exhibition game#Association football) - Meanwhile he surveyed the Midland Counties Railway linking


Doha

1994 FIFA World Cup Qualification (1994_FIFA_World_Cup_qualification_%28AFC%29#Final round) 1 - - 1993-10-22 Doha, Qatar 2–1 Exhibition game

#Association football International Match 2 - *'''1994''' **Most Valuable Player and top scorer of the Asian qualifications for 1994 FIFA World Cup, final round (4 goals, Doha, Qatar) *'''1996''' thumb Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (File:AMD2.jpg) The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is located 15 km from the city centre and 8 km from Ahmedabad Railway station and Bus stand. It serves both domestic and international flights


Kingston upon Hull

of the Game (association football) Laws of the Game at his home in Barnes (Barnes, London), London, that are today played the world over. For this, he is considered not just the father of the Football Association, but of Association Football itself. The '''Lockington rail crash''' occurred on 26 July 1986 at Lockington (Lockington, East Riding of Yorkshire), Humberside (now in the East Riding of Yorkshire), England, when the 09:33 passenger train from Bridlington


Qatar

1994 FIFA World Cup Qualification (1994_FIFA_World_Cup_qualification_%28AFC%29#Final round) 2 - - 2000-06-09 Doha, Qatar 2–1 International Match (Exhibition game#Association football) 2 - *'''Air''' Goa's sole airport, the Dabolim Airport, is both a military and civilian airport catering to domestic and international airlines that stop en route to other Indian destinations. The airport also handles a large number of chartered flights. Goa receives international flights


Calgary

; they are now owned by CTVglobemedia. From 1978 to 1980, the Memphis Rogues of the North American Soccer League (North American Soccer League (1968–1984)) called the stadium home. The playing surface is somewhat smaller than that generally favored by soccer, but that sport adapts to smaller playing surfaces better than some others (the preferred width of a soccer pitch is 70 to 80 yards, but the rules (Laws of the Game (association football)) allow for a pitch as narrow as 50 yards wide). Like the Southmen, the Rogues seemingly did fairly well in a league that wasn't doing all that well as a whole. Despite their success, the team moved to Calgary, although this move was due more to the owner, Nelson Skalbania, a Canadian businessman, wanting to move the team to his home country. commons:Calgary


Kiev

and an honorary professorship. The Anti-Defamation League strongly condemned Lepper for accepting these titles. ADL Condemns Polish Deputy PM for Accepting Honor from Anti-Semitic University. Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved on 2007-02-23. - 2002-08-21 Kiev, Ukraine 1–0 International Match (Exhibition game#Association football) 1 - The crew was made up of Georgi


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