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  • Author of new Amy Winehouse biography "amazed"

    By jeffreyrawdon at 17:44 on 19/08/11
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    Author Andy Morris was amazed to learn of a second coincidence when his latest book was published earlier this month. Morris has written a new biography of singer Amy Winehouse, who died tragically late last month aged just 27. With the book just about to come off the printing press last week, he learned that he had a namesake who discovered Amy's body. The details of Amy's death have been shrouded in mystery since it was announced on...
  • SHINE Cancer Research UK 2011

    By maxine89 at 13:42 on 24/01/11
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    Join thousand of men and women in London on 1st October 2011, and take part in Cancer Research UK's night-time walking marathon. Choose to walk for either 13.1 miles or 26.2 miles and the money you raise will bring light to those affected by cancer. Find out more and enter at
  • Enfield Town suffer fourth defeat in five games

    By Doug_W at 18:43 on 21/11/10
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    Enfield Town suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Potters Bar Town to record their fourth loss in five games to slide to 11th in Ryman Division One North.   A Tom Pett header in the first half proved decisive for the Scholars after Town goalkeeper Rob Blackburne mistakenly called for a high ball into the box and allowed Pett to steal in a flick the header over the stranded keeper.   As the game wore on and...
  • Sixy football from Gills ladies teams

    By Enfield People at 08:00 on 13/08/10
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    GILLS ladies teams continued their excellent pre-season form by racking up 6-0 victories at Enfield and Kent Magpies respectively. The first team's opponents, Enfield, finished runners up in the South East Combination League last season but were dispatched by goals from Natalie Crinean, Lauren Williams, Becky Taylor, Danni Farmer (penalty) and a Lauren Phillips double. As for the reserves, theirs was something of a mismatch as the...
  • Thomas relishing Robins challenge

    By Enfield People at 07:00 on 05/08/10
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    WESLEY Thomas has a burning desire to prove himself at npower League Two level after spending last season in the shadows at Dagenham and Redbridge. The Cheltenham Town striker was forced to watch from the sidelines as the Daggers won promotion to League One for the first time in their history via the play-offs. The form of Paul Benson and Josh Scott, who netted 38 goals between them, restricted Thomas' chances and forced him to look...

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