Maureen T-k

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About Maureen T-k

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  1. Plus vat
  2. Probably same place (no idea) of the photo of my Dad that my hubby paid for and got permission to hang up in the clubhouse for my birthday and as been taken down
  3. I'm sure I've seen a photo on Facebook of the aforementioned brick
  4. Colin they've been there a while now, well before end of last season
  5. This is from 2nd Nov 2016 Castleford Tigers’ proposed move to Five Towns Stadium has been delayed – and the club must now wait until 2019 to move to their new home. The Tigers were hopeful of moving into their all-new £15million home prior to the start of the 2018 season. But delays have made it almost certain that Castleford will not move to their new Glasshoughton base for a further 12 months. The 13,300 capacity stadium is part of a £40million development situated just off junction 32 of the M62, with Castleford’s ground set to be at the centre of the build. “We’ve done everything we can but I think it will be 2019, if I am being brutally honest,” said the Tigers CEO Steve Gill. “Initially when we first started talking about three years ago, they were hopeful it would be 2018, which would give us next season as the last at Wheldon Road. “However, because of planning and changes in applications, it all takes time. This archaeological report has delayed it as well. “But, everything is running well, we have some great anchor tenants already signed up plus others, and what they’re doing is very professional and they keep us updated on a regular basis.”
  6. I think Aleppo and the car park are worlds apart, no comparison whatsoever!!!
  7. It was Sheffields ground that failed Health and Saftey guidelines
  8. My Sister who lives opposite the Wakefield ground told me other day that the story going around was that they were on the move yet again as the owners allegedly aren't doing owt with it. But I told her I'd seen on the news that Sheffield eagles were going to be playing their home games there
  9. He's moved his business interests over to Post Office road, so I'll doubt it
  10. It's aledged that he bought the club, but on Twitter it states that Jon Flatman is chairman as stated in my post at the top
  11. Mark Campbell now speaking: "I looked at York and thought the potential was huge. I'll use my contacts in the game to facilitate that"
  12. This was posted on Facebook by former Fev player Richard Blakeway earlier today First big deal signed sealed and delivered to Featherstone Rovers and York City Knights chairman Mark Campbell and RL legened Alan Agar last night. All in time for thier friendly on Sunday 15th 3pm kick off. Anyone/team wanting base layers bespoked to thier team Weather it be rugby, football, cricket, netball or any other sport pm for details #Rovers #knightsfamily #YearOftheDOM
  13. CHAIRMAN Mark Campbell has led the tributes to former Featherstone Rovers player Terry Ramshaw, who passed away on Monday after a long illness. A top back-row forward, Ramshaw joined the Rovers in 1960 and enjoyed five memorable seasons with the club, having debuted in the 1961-62 season. His first campaign was cut short by injury, though Ramshaw managed to make 15 appearances, before becoming a mainstay in the Featherstone side. He enjoyed a career highlight when the Rovers overcame a touring Australian side in 1963, marking the occasion by scoring a superb try. Ramshaw went on to play a total of 100 games for the club before joining Halifax. He later went on to enjoy stints with Bradford, Wakefield, Salford, Hull KR, Oldham and York. Rovers chairman Mark Campbell said: “On behalf of the Featherstone club, I would like to send our sincere condolences to Sandra and Terry's family at this very sad time. “The game has lost another truly great player. The picture of Terry scoring a try against Australia (above) not only epitomises our great club in winning against the odds, but the determination on Terry’s face is clear as he leaves a trail of Aussies behind him. “A lot of people don’t know much about the time and effort he put in at the Travellers Saints club. “He set the culture at such a young age for so many future stars of this great game who went on to not only play professionally but also represent their country.” A minute’s silence will be observed prior to kick-off on Sunday when Featherstone Rovers host York City Knights in Ian Hardman’s testimonial match.
  14. Funeral arrangements Details of Terry's funeral 11-40 am Friday 27th January, at Pontefract crematorium , then to Featherstone Rovers clubhouse. Thanks everyone for the lovely messages.x from his wife Sandra
  15. A more recent theory proposes that Robin Hood died at Kirkby, Pontefract. Drayton's Poly-Olbion Song 28 (67–70) composed in 1622 speaks of Robin Hood's death and clearly states that the outlaw died at 'Kirkby'.[113] Acknowledging that Robin Hood operated in the Went Valley, located three miles to the southeast of the town of Pontefract, historians today indicate that the outlaw is buried at nearby Kirkby. The location is approximately three miles from the site of Robin's robberies at the now famous Saylis. In the Anglo-Saxon period, Kirkby was home to All Saints' Church. All Saints' Church had a priory hospital attached to it. The Tudor historian Richard Grafton stated that the prioress who murdered Robin Hood buried the outlaw beside the road, from wikipedia