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Dan McCarthy

Dan McCarthy may refer to: Dan McCarthy ice hockey born 1958, Canadian hockey player Dan McCarthy hurler born 1918, Irish hurler Daniel M. McCarthy 1888–1950, American Democratic politician and lawyer Dan McCarthy JAG, captain in the United State ...

                                               

Casselman

Casselman may refer to: Places Casselman, Edmonton, a residential neighbourhood located in northeast Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Casselman-Steele Heights, Edmonton, a residential neighbourhood located in northeast Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Cassel ...

                                               

Duncan McDonald (English footballer)

McDonald started his career with Second Division side Crewe Alexandra, making his debut on 24 March 1893 in a 2–0 defeat away at Liverpool. He only managed two further appearances for the Railwaymen in 1894–95, one in the league and the other in ...

                                               

Paddy OBrien

Paddy OBrien rugby union born 1959, New Zealand international rugby union referee Paddy OBrien James Stephens hurler, member of the 2005 James Stephens Hurling Team Paddy OBrien fl. 1949, another Tipperary hurler Paddy OBrien Eire Og hurler, memb ...

                                               

Bill Collins

Bill or Billy Collins may refer to: Bill Collins footballer, born 1933 1933–2004, Australian footballer for Hawthorn Bill Collins catcher 1863–1893, American baseball player Bill Collins American football coach 1894–?, American college football p ...

                                               

John Nicholas

John Nicholas may refer to: Sir John Nicholas 1624–1705, MP for Ripon 1661–1679, for Wilton also elected for Wilton and West Looe in 1661 John Nicholas footballer 1879–1929, British footballer Johnny Nicholas born 1948, blues musician John Spangl ...

                                               

Gerbe (disambiguation)

Gerbe may refer to: Gerbe, a definition of a construct in algebra Gerbe, a manufacturer of hosiery and lingerie founded in 1895 Gerbe, a village in the Ainsa-Sobrarbe municipality, Aragon Bundle gerbe Gerbes Vole Microtus gerbei, a species of rod ...

                                               

DArcy McCrea

Edward DArcy McCrea was an Irish tennis player. He competed in the mixed doubles, mens singles and mens double at the 1924 Summer Olympics. He died during the Second World War.

                                               

2008–09 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 18 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs: Chalfont Wasps, promoted from Division One East Marlow United, promoted from Division One East Old Woodstock Town, promoted from Division On ...

                                               

2020–21 West of Scotland Football League

The 2020–21 West of Scotland Football League will be the inaugural season of the West of Scotland Football League, the sixth tier of the Scottish football pyramid system.

                                               

2009–10 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 18 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs: Malmesbury Victoria, promoted from Division One West Binfield, promoted from Division One East Ascot United, promoted from Division One East ...

                                               

2010–11 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 17 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with five new clubs: Wokingham & Emmbrook, promoted from Division One East Slimbridge, promoted from Division One West Thame United, promoted from Division One E ...

                                               

Mugwump (folklore)

The Mugwump is a lake monster which has been alleged to live in Lake Timiskaming, on the border of the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

                                               

Bill Phillips

Bill Phillips author born 1964, fitness and nutrition author Billy Phillips TV personality, Geordie Shore participant Bill Phillips singer 1936–2010, country music singer from the 1950s and 1960s

                                               

Michael Joyce

Michael or Mike Joyce may refer to: Michael Joyce MP 1851–1941, Member of Parliament for Limerick City, 1900–1918 Michael S. Joyce 1942–2006, American conservative activist Michael T. Joyce born 1949, judge of the Pennsylvania Superior Court Mike ...

                                               

James Delaney

James Delaney may refer to: James Delaney tennis born 1953, former professional tennis player James Delaney, a character in the British television drama series, Taboo James Delaney boxer, also known as Jimmy Doyle, boxer who died after a bout wit ...

                                               

Jitske de Boer

De Boer was born in Witveen. In 1913 she moved to Langezwaag and later to Boornbergum and Stinebarten. She won her first race when she was 13 years old in Veenwouden. Later she won more competitions in among others: Kampen, Oosterwolde, Smilde, S ...

                                               

Pat Hughes

Pat Hughes may refer to: Pat Hughes footballer, born 1939 1939–2017, Australian international footballer Pat Hughes footballer, born 1945 1945–2010, Scottish footballer Pat Hughes lawyer, American lawyer Pat Hughes aviator 1917–1940, Australian a ...

                                               

Peter Paul

Peter Paul may refer to: Full name Peter F. Paul born 1948, American lawyer, entrepreneur, and convicted criminal Peter Paul actor born 1957, American actor, producer, television personality and body builder Peter Lewis Paul 1902–1989, Canadian M ...

                                               

Ronald Wright (disambiguation)

Ronald Wright is a Canadian author. Ronald Wright of Ron Wright may also refer to: Ronald Wright boxer born 1971, American boxer Ron Wright footballer 1929–2001, Australian rules footballer Ron Wright politician born 1953, member of the United St ...

                                               

John Pearce

John Pearce may refer to: John Pearce equestrian born 1960, Canadian Olympic equestrian John Pearce boxer, English Olympic boxer John Pearce handballer born 1987, British handball player John Pearce footballer born 1940, English footballer John J ...

                                               

George Ball

George Ball may refer to: George Ball entomologist 1926–2019, American entomologist George Washington Ball 1847–1915, American lawyer and politician from Iowa George Ball cricketer 1914–1997, English cricketer George Ball diplomat 1909–1994, Amer ...

                                               

Maryland Terrapins mens basketball statistical leaders

The Maryland Terrapins mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Maryland Terrapins mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within ...

                                               

Flatiron

Flatiron District, New York City, named after the Flatiron Building Flatirons Community Church, a large non-denominational church in Lafayette, Colorado Flat Iron, Virginia Flat Iron, Indiana, a small community in Vermillion County

                                               

Alan Richardson

Alan Richardson cricketer born 1975, English cricketer Alan Richardson footballer born 1940 1940–2015, known as Bull Richardson, Australian rules footballer for Richmond and South Melbourne Alan Richardson footballer born 1965, Australian rules c ...

                                               

Richard Hodgson (disambiguation)

Richard Hodgson is an English footballer. Richard Hodgson may also refer to: Richard Hodgson publisher 1804–1872, publishing partner with Henry Graves Richard Hodgson cricketer 1845–1931, English cricketer Richard Hodgson water polo born 1892, Br ...

                                               

Billy Bromage

William "Billy" Bromage was a footballer who played in the Football League for Gainsborough Trinity and Sheffield United, and in the Midland League for Doncaster Rovers. He started out with First Division Derby County in 1900 though made no appea ...

                                               

Jack Moore

Jack Moore may refer to: Clayton Moore Jack Carlton Moore, 1914–1999, American actor best known for playing the Lone Ranger Jack Moore preacher 1905-1975, American deliverance preacher Jack Moore, born April 2, 2003, Canadian actor who plays Will ...

                                               

Edward Reed

Edward Reed may refer to: T. Edward Reed, Canadian zoologist, anthropologist, and pediatrician Edward Cornelius Reed Jr. 1924–2013, American federal judge Eddie Reed 1901–1960, American lawyer and college football coach Ed Reed born 1978, America ...

                                               

Dorothy Green

Dorothy Green may refer to: Dolly Green Dorothy Wellborn Green, 1906–1990, American heiress, philanthropist and thoroughbred owner Dottie Green 1921–1992, professional baseball player Dorothy Green silent film actress 1886 - 1963 whose major role ...

                                               

Allan Jones

Allan Jones may refer to: Allan Jones footballer, born 1940 1940–1993, Welsh footballer who played as a defender Allan Jones actor 1907–1992, American actor and singer, and the father of singer Jack Jones Allan Jones cricketer born 1947, English ...

                                               

Horace Smith (footballer)

Smith was born in Stourbridge and began his career with Holly Hall, Brierley Hill Alliance and Stourbridge before moving to Third Division South side Coventry City in 1930. He played five times for the Sky Blues in the 1930–31 before leaving for ...

                                               

Waratah (disambiguation)

The Waratah is the genus Telopea, of shrubs native to southeastern Australia. Waratah may also refer to: Waratah Bay, a bay in Victoria, Australia Waratah motorcycles manufactured in Sydney The plant genus Alloxylon, the tree waratahs New South W ...

                                               

John Phillips (cricketer, born 1910)

John Glanville Phillips was a South African cricketer who played 16 matches of first-class cricket for Border and Transvaal between 1931 and 1938. John Phillips was an opening batsman and left-arm wrist-spinner. His best batting performance was 1 ...

                                               

Johnny Davis

Johnny Davis may refer to: Johnny Davis kickboxer born 1962, American kickboxer Johnny Davis American football born 1956, retired American football player John Davis pitcher, born 1883 1883–1946, Negro leagues baseball pitcher Johnny Davis Austra ...

                                               

Geesje Woudstra

Geesje Mink-Woudstra first name also written as Geeske was a Dutch kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. Woudstra won her first price money 30 gulden at a speed skating competition on 3 January 1928 in Scharsterbrug. She won many skating competitions ...

                                               

Zeppelin LZ 64

Lieutenant Robert Leckie a Canadian of the Royal Naval Air Service RNAS, was sent on a mission on 14 May 1917, as pilot of Curtiss Model H-12 Large America 8666, under the command of Flight Lieutenant Christopher John Galpin. The aircraft left Gr ...

                                               

Type D

Type D or D-Type may refer to: Type D plug, a type of electrical power plug Handley Page Type D, a 1910 aircraft Petrov type D, an algebraic classification Type D submarine, submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy Type D escort ship, ships of th ...

                                               

Michael Dempsey (disambiguation)

Michael Dempsey is a British musician who played with The Cure and Associates. Michael Dempsey may also refer to: Michael Dempsey table tennis 1956–2009, American table tennis player Mike Dempsey intelligence, former acting Director of National I ...

                                               

Amy Williams (disambiguation)

Amy Williams is a retired skeleton racer. Amy Williams may also refer to: Amy Williams tennis 1872–1969, American tennis player Amy Pond active since 2010, married name Amy Williams, character in Doctor Who Amy Williams composer born 1969 Amy Wil ...

                                               

1911 Victorian soccer season

The 1911 Victorian soccer season was the third competitive season of soccer in the Australian state of Victoria, under association with the governing body of Football Victoria. The season consisted of one league made up of seven Melbourne based d ...

                                               

1910 Victorian soccer season

The 1910 Victorian soccer season was the second competitive season of soccer in the Australian state of Victoria, under association with the governing body of Football Victoria. The season consisted of one league made up of six Melbourne based di ...

                                               

Alex Mathys

Alex Mathys was a Swiss footballer who played from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. He played as Striker. Mathys joined Basels first team during their 1938–39 season under player-manager Fernand Jaccard. He played his domestic league debut for ...

                                               

Alberto Losa

Alberto Losa was a Swiss footballer who played in the late 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s. He played as midfielder. Losa first played at least two seasons for Nordstern Basel. He then moved for the first time to Locarno. Losa joined Basels first te ...

                                               

William Joynson

William Reginald Hamborough Joynson was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of Lieutenant Colonel William Owen Hamborough Joynson, one-time chairman of Kent County Cricket Club, he was born at Bickley in May 1917. H ...

                                               

Rudolf Wirz (footballer)

Rudolf Wirz was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as midfielder. Wirz joined Basels first team in their 1941–42 season as they played in the 1. Liga under player-manager Eugen Rupf. Wirz played his domestic league debut for th ...

                                               

Silkeborg KFUM

Silkeborg KFUM is an association football club based in Silkeborg, Denmark, that competes in the Denmark Series, the fourth tier of the Danish football league system. Founded in 1918, the club is affiliated to DBU Jutland, the regional football a ...

                                               

List of Marshall Thundering Herd football seasons

The Marshall Thundering Herd college football team compete as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, representing Marshall University in the East Division of the Conference USA. Marshall has pla ...

                                               

Dnipro (disambiguation)

Dnipro may refer to: Dnipro bandy, a Ukrainian bandy club based in Dnipro Dnipro River or Dnieper River, one of the major rivers of Europe fourth by length, rising near Smolensk and flowing through Russia, Belarus and Ukraine to the Black Sea Dni ...

                                               

Footscray Thistle FC

Footscray Thistle Football Club was an Anglo-Celtic backed association football club from Melbourne, Australia. Throughout its existence, the club participated in the Football Victoria state league system, where it spent twenty-two of its twenty- ...