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Finding Your Soccer Soulmate

Sure, the Champions League Final is a few weeks away Sure, it may have been more fitting to do this before the season began, but why not impress your friends/new friends at the bar with some knowledge of a team before the World Cup begins? 1,009 more words

On The Field: Sports

Good ball players equally good miners

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, Month/date unknown, 1923

With the distinction of having won every game played so far this season, the Newcastle Baseball Club also holds the unique honor of including among its players eight men who work underground, every man on the team, however, being a full-fledged mine employee. 146 more words

Towns

Aston Villa and Newcastle set to bid for Troy Deeney

Aston Villa, Newcastle & a number of other Premier League sides are keeping tabs on Watford striker Troy Deeney.

Aston Villa have identified Watford hit-man Troy Deeney as one of their top summer transfer targets. 304 more words

Sky Bet Championship

A day in the life at Uni

These past few weeks have been so crazy, fun and busy that I haven’t had time to update in a while. This one’s for the wonderful family because I’m sure you all are DYING to know what I have been up to in the land down under. 720 more words

The start

I’m not a serious blogger.  In fact, I am barely active on Facebook, but it seems now that I have the time to facilitate an increased online presence. 136 more words

ANU

Round-Up: Social History Society Conference #northumbria2014

This is the first chance I’ve had since last week’s Social History Society conference to sit down and record my thoughts on the gathering — although I’ve certainly been thinking a lot about the event, which was held at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle. 814 more words

Talks

Higher level

Becoming an instructor is far from the end of the journey: there is still so much to explore.
An instructor is not necessarily an expert or a master. 67 more words

Newcastle Tai Chi