Merritt, British Columbia

to avoid the league basement. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) went 26-38-2, ending up well ahead of the last place Nanaimo Clippers. Zelinski (Darrel Zelinski) continued his torrid scoring pace, finishing fifth in league scoring with 50 goals, 61 assists, and 111 points in 66 games. In the playoffs, Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) once again locked horns with the Kelowna (Kelowna Buckaroos) squad in the first round and again the Buckaroos (Kelowna Buckaroos) proved to be too

much, beating the Centennials in seven games. The following season, things got a bit better for the Cents in the standings. Although they finished last in the Interior Division yet again, they managed to avoid the league basement. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) went 26-38-2, ending up well ahead of the last place Nanaimo Clippers. Zelinski (Darrel Zelinski) continued his torrid scoring pace, finishing fifth in league scoring with 50

and now the league simply comprised eight teams. The Centennials were much improved, finishing two games above .500 for the first time in five years, and fourth in the realigned BCJHL (British Columbia Hockey League). Zelinski (Darrel Zelinski) again finished near the top of the scoring race with 50 goals, 69 assists, and 119 points in 66 games. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) locked horns with a team from the former Coastal Division


Georgetown, Guyana

was a high-scoring draw, with Sobers scoring 47 and eight not out. He was barely used with the ball, bowling three overs for ten runs, as Australia amassed a first-innings total of over 600.

Sobers (2002), p. 44. Sobers was given a further opportunity in the next Test in Georgetown, Guyana (British Guiana at the time) in South America. Despite scoring only 12 and 11 with the bat, he took three wickets in the Australians' first innings. Nevertheless, Australia won by eight wickets. Sobers (2002), pp. 44–45

; Sobers (2002), pp. 46–47. The match was drawn, and Sobers took one wicket in the Australians' only innings, before scoring 11 in the West Indies second innings. Sobers (2002), p. 48. The home team were again defeated in the Fifth and final Test in Jamaica. Sobers performed with the bat, however, scoring 35 not out and 64. ref name "GS Sobers Test


Örnsköldsvik

in Örnsköldsvik. He played in the Swedish Allsvenskan from 1995 - 1999 for Helsingborgs IF and Örebro SK. He was an important part of the 1999 Helsingborg team that won the championship in Sweden scoring 8 goals in 24 matches. At the start of the 2000-season Powell was sold to Lillestrøm SK for £350,000 to replace Icelandic international Heiðar Helguson. Although he has struggled with injuries Powell has been a key-member of the Lillestrøm squad since arriving in 2000

, scoring 29 goals in 73 league matches. During his last seasons with Lillestrøm he was the team captain. On 26 January 2006, Magnus Powell was transferred from Lillestrøm to FC Lyn Oslo for NOK 500,000. His active career as a player was ended in the Swedish team GIF Sundsvall, where he also was the assistant coach. Powell is now back in his former club Lillestrøm SK as a coach for the junior team. **Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport (on behalf of Kullaflyg, to Stockholm) ** Örnsköldsvik

birth_place Örnsköldsvik, SWE (Sweden) career_start 1991 '''Lars Niklas Sundström''' (born 6 June 1975 in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden) is a professional ice hockey player who started his professional career in Modo Hockey. He was drafted eighth overall in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers. He was also on Wayne Gretzky's line. He was not known for his goal scoring ability, but for his defensive play. He was traded to the San Jose Sharks in 1999


Pointe-Claire

, scoring 9.5 21 for 15th place. Suttles won the Canadian Chess Championship held at Pointe-Claire 1969, after a playoff match with Zvonko Vranesic in Toronto, which Suttles won by 2.5-1.5. He took another crack at the Interzonal level at Palma de Mallorca 1970, scoring 10 23 for a tied 15th-16th place, but did not qualify for the final Candidates' matches that would choose the title challenger. ref name


Södertälje

, 2004. With 44 points (16 goals and 29 assists) over 45 games, he ranked second in team scoring (behind Kristian Huselius) and sixth in league scoring.


Moses Lake, Washington

death toll exceeding 100. The toll surpasses a 1952 (1952 in aviation) crash in Moses Lake (Moses Lake, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), in the United States, also involving a U.S. Air Force Globemaster II. * June 18 – René Fonck, the top-scoring Allied (Allies of World War I) and second-highest-scoring ace (Flying ace) overall of World War I with 75 kills, dies in Paris, France at the age of 59. birth_date


Watford

for specialist music places. Results achieved by the schools at GCSE are also widely spread, including the three highest and the two lowest scoring state schools within Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire: GCSE (and equivalent) results, Secondary School achievement and attainment tables 2007

Newcastle United (Newcastle United F.C.) on 16 October to keep up a good run of goal scoring form and also scored twice in the 2–1 win over Blackburn Rovers. Blackburn 1-2 Tottenham BBC Sport, 23 October 2011 On 30 October, he continued this brilliant run of scoring form with his side's second in a 3–1 win over Queens Park Rangers, making it six goals in five games for the Dutchman and equalling a Tottenham

Hotspur F.C. Tottenham record by scoring in five consecutive Premier League matches, a record he shares with Teddy Sheringham and Robbie Keane. TOTTENHAM 3 QPR 1: RAFAEL VAN DER VAART IS IN THE FAST LANE Daily Star, 31 October 2011 On 31 December he scored away to Swansea City (Swansea City A.F.C.), converting a Benoit Assou-Ekotto cross. ref>


Richfield, Minnesota

-76. http: www.hockeydraftcentral.com 1978 78024.html He led his school to a state runner-up (Minnesota high school boys ice hockey) his senior season and was one of the most highly recruited U.S. hockey players in 1976. Before turning professional, Christoff attended the University of Minnesota where he played for the Minnesota Gophers for three seasons in 1976–79. He led the team in scoring during his second year with 66 points (32 goals and 34 assists

) and was named to the WCHA All-Star Second Team. During his third year, he led the team in scoring again with 77 points (38 goals and 39 assists). In what turned out to be his last collegiate game on March 23, 1979, Christoff scored a goal and earned an assist to help Minnesota win its third NCAA (NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship) title in school history with a 4-3 victory over North Dakota (North Dakota Fighting Sioux men's ice hockey). He made his international debut for Team USA


Port of Spain

High Commissioner List (List of High Commissioners from the United Kingdom to Trinidad and Tobago) - thumb right 250px Despite a prolific scoring career, Gower is often best remembered for his languid, laid-back approach both on and off the field. In 1991 he buzzed an England warm-up match with a biplane, an action for which he was reprimanded. (File:WCAM Tiger Moth.jpg) Gower was selected to play

victory. He made his debut in Test cricket in 1978 at Edgbaston (Edgbaston cricket ground), scoring a boundary via a pull shot (Batting (cricket)#Pull and hook) off his first delivery, bowled

; On 27 July, Gower played against New Zealand (New Zealand national cricket team), scoring his maiden Test hundred, 111 off of 253 deliveries in the first innings, and making 11 in the second. He made scores of 46, 71 and 46 in the rest of the series, the latter including his first Test six, earning him selection for the following Ashes Tests in Australia. An entrepreneur named Eduardo Sa Gomes played a significant role in spreading calypso in its early days


Barry Town United F.C.

the Southern League (Southern Football League). On 6 September 1913, Barry played their first ever fixture; a Southern League (Southern Football League) match against Mid-Rhondda United at Jenner Park. The game attracted 4,000 spectators, including 1,000 travelling supporters. Fittingly, the new Barry team would register a surprise, albeit merited, victory, with Barry's Ralph Isherwood scoring the very first goal at Jenner Park just three minutes into the contest. His second, midway

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