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JournalLive – Sport – Cricket – REGIONAL ROUND-UP

August 31, 2010 Leave a comment

Newly-crowned Durham County League champions Kimblesworth surprisingly lost their first game of the season when they were unable to defend a score of 234 against lowly Ushaw Moor.

via JournalLive – Sport – Cricket – REGIONAL ROUND-UP.

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Town Gymnastic Club’s 10th Anniversary Event

August 26, 2010 Leave a comment

Displays include Special Guests: Deerness Valley Sports Acrobatics, Grangefield Gymnastics Club and Skyline Cheer and Dance Squad. For more information contact 319262 or call and see them at their stall at Great Aycliffe Show.

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ChronicleLive – News – Chronicle News – Teenagers celebrate record GCSE results

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment

In County Durham, two schools which formed a partnership four years ago have revealed 2010 has been the best yet for GCSEs.The Durham Federation, which is made up of Durham Community Business College in Ushaw Moor and Fyndoune Community College in Sacriston, have each achieved a 97% pass rate for pupils gaining five or more A to C grades.Principal Trevor Dunn described the results as “breathtaking”.

via ChronicleLive – News – Chronicle News – Teenagers celebrate record GCSE results.

JournalLive – Sport – Cricket – County Durham Leagues

August 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Professional Shane Wasserman’s season at Ushaw Moor is over, the South African having to return home suddenly following a family bereavement. Jonathan Hayton takes his place for the home game against Etherley.The three-way tussle to finish second to Kimblesworth sees full strength Evenwood entertain Crook, while Esh Winning have an injury doubt over David Lawlor ahead of their match at Shildon, who lie second from bottom, and have David Lyons standing by.

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Laying foundations for construction course From The Northern Echo

August 9, 2010 Leave a comment

PUPILS  at four north Durham secondary schools have completed a two-week introduction to the construction industry.The vocational programme was designed to prepare youngsters for a two-year BTEC course, which they will begin in September.The course, run by the Durham Education Business Partnership, included workshops, team building activities, taster sessions and site visits. It was supported by 17 businesses.Highlights included visits to Clowbeck Eco-Centre, in Croft-on-Tees, near Darlington, and S&D Training, in Newton Aycliffe.The pupils were from Durham Community Business College, in Ushaw Moor; Fyndoune Community College, in Sacriston; and Belmont School Community Arts College and Durham Johnston School, both in Durham.

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Gazette Live – News – Local News – Bike stolen from car minutes after parking

August 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Matthew, a 28-year-old IT technician, of Ushaw Moor, Durham, said: “The bike is very distinctive and means a lot to me.

via Gazette Live – News – Local News – Bike stolen from car minutes after parking.

JournalLive – Sport – Cricket – Couty Durham Leagues

August 7, 2010 Leave a comment

In the day’s remaining matches, both Ushaw Moor and Tudhoe are at full strength, but that’s not the case at Langley Park who soldier on without three key players training for a major charity event on Ben Nevis, facing the sort of rarified atmosphere opponents Kimblesworth enjoy at the top.

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