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Daily Archives: November 6, 2018

Olympic-grade climbing walls centre planned for park will be one of tallest structures in Peterborough

Olympic-grade climbing walls centre planned for parkland in Peterborough is set to be one of the tallest structures in the city. Plans have been drawn up to build a 30 metres high Olympic-grade climbing walls facility next to Gunwade Lake in the heart of the 1,725 acre Ferry Meadows parkland. The proposals have been drawn up by director … United ...

Read More » | Player lands honour of 'Golf Course Designer of the Year

Cape Town – Nine-time Major champion Gary Player was voted ‘Golf Course Designer of the Year’ at the fifth annual World Golf Awards. The South African icon scooped top honours at golf tourism’s event of the year, which was hosted at La Manga Club in Spain on Saturday. The 83-year-old also won the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the prize-giving ceremony. ...

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Marsh fears bare Australian batting cupboard may not be refilled

Australia will not have its two best batsmen to lift them out of the hole this summer unless the Australian Cricketers' Association is successful in its application to CA's board for the bans against Smith, Warner and Cameron Bancroft be lifted immediately. Loading The board, in turmoil after the resignations of chairman David Peever and Mark Taylor, will consider the ...

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Choi ticks off key career milepost

Doey Choi has ticked off many great achiements in 2018. Picture: DAVE TEASE An outstanding year has paid off Doey Choi who has reached Golf Australia benchmark athlete status. Sydneysider Choi has had a wealth of experiences this year, including finishing second on the recently concluded 2018 GA Or… Golf Australia – News Headlines

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