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  2. The ADA Bexhill Giants Basketball Club warmed up for their summer of international basketball competition when the winning their second tournament of the summer, the Ball 4 Life Trophy at the Summerfields Leisure Centre last Sunday. The Giants lost their first match 16-23 against a very strong Kings Cross (London) team , bur went on to win their remaining 4 fixture against  South East Tigers,  Brighton Crew, Expendables and Bourne Stars.

    The final saw the Giants take on Kings Cross who were defending a 100% record, and a controlled and measured performance saw the Giants gain their revenge with a hard fought 31-23 victory. 

    Next Saturday 9th August the  Bexhill Giants Basketball Club host their annual summer basketball tournament at the Bexhill Leisure Centre, which will feature  the touring Canadian team Toronto Knights who are including this event as part of their European Tour. This four team round robin event promises to provide some fast and exciting basketball action, admission is free and spectators are welcome, the first match starts at 11am. All profits raised go towards Kidney Research UK and Cancer Research UK. All sponsorship and donations welcome.

    There is more international basketball on in the calendar when the Giants host USA Select Basketball on three occasions with a tournament on the 7th September ,and exhibition matches on the 9th and 10th September.

    Giants Chairman Eric Douglin said “The Club are proud and privileged be to hosting the Toronto Knights and USA Select to take part in our events this summer, as this put our Bexhill on the international basketball map and raises the profile of the sport in the UK, we hope the local community come out to show their support and welcome or overseas visitors”

    For more information contact Eric Douglin on 0797182145

  3. on Saturday 9th Aug, 2014, all day.
    The Bexhill Giants Basketball Club host their annual summer basketball tournament, which was won last season by Eastbourne Hotshots. The Giants welcome the touring Canadian team Toronto Knights who are including this event as part of their European Tour. This four team round robin event promises to provide some fast and exciting basketball action , admission is free and spectators are welcome. All profits raised go towards Kidney Research UK and Cancer Research UK. All sponsorship and donations welcome
  4. on Wednesday 19th Nov, 2014, 7:30pm - 10:30pm
    Celebration is a wonderful comedy from the ever witty pens of Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. One family with two events and as the saying goes, “Weddings and funerals, nothing like them for bringing out the best and worst in people”. Set in the early 1960s this lovely play introduces us to a very Northern family. The first act sees the family making wedding preparations and the second act is set six months later and sees the family returning from the funeral of their Uncle Arthur whose much disparaged and ignored by the family, mistress turns up. A very entertaining observation of “the family”.

    Tickets for Celebration will be on sale from the beginning of October.
  5. BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Anna for achieving her Black Sash in OJKD....well done indeed from everyone at the club!

    Congrats also go Bethany and Ste for passing their O rangeand Purple sashes on the same night!

    Also if you check out the latest issue of THE ST. HELENS STAR on page 29 you'll find Elliot, Sam and Bailey proudly displaying their new Karate Black Belts for the camera.

    Great stuff everyone, and thenks for your continued support!


  6. The next meeting of the SASF will be on Tuesday 9th September 2014. It starts at 7:30pm in Boroughmuir Rugby and Community Sports Centre, Meggetland, Colinton Road, Edinburgh.

  7. on Friday 10th Oct, 2014, 12:00am - 11:59pm
    Our third production is to be "Reading Between the Lines" - a comedy by Geoff Bamber.
  8. on Thursday 14th Aug, 2014, 1:30pm - 4:00pm
  9. on Monday 4th Aug, 2014, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

    as of 25 July 2014

    DIVISION 1 Played Won Drawn Lost Points  
    HELMSLEY 9 5   4 47  
    KIRKBYMOORSIDE 8 4 1 3 45  
    SLINGSBY 7 4 2 1 42  
    WIGGINTON A 8 4 1 3 39  
    PICKERING 6 2   4 31  
    STRENSALL 8 1 2 5 26  
    DIVISION 2 Played Won Drawn Lost Points  
    EASINGWOLD B 8 4   4 48  
    EASINGWOLD A 6 5   1 41  
    SWINTON 6 5   1 41  
    WIGGINTON B 7 5   2 38  
    WELHAM 7 1   6 17  
    HUTTON-le-HOLE 6 1   5 15

    Final 2014

      Played Won Drawn Lost Points Shots Diff
    EASINGWOLD 18 12 2 4 119 221
    TERRINGTON 18 12 2 4 113 207
    WIGGINTON 18 9 2 7 94 77
    HUBY 18 8   10 87 -25
    HUTTON le HOLE 18 7   11 82 -144
    HAROME 18 6 2 10 75 -147
    HOVINGHAM 18 5   13 60 -189
  12. After a discussion with members present and via Email In August we will close for training on the 12th, 15th and 19th.

    Hope you all have a great Holiday

  13. on Wednesday 3rd Sep, 2014, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    ***New Venue*** - Hartley Pavilion, Wakefield Girls High School, Wentworth Street.
  14. We are now pleased to confirm our attendance at Stoke on Trents first comic con as exhibitors. 

    We are excited to be attending what is promising to be an amazing event with some great acts booked. We are looking forward to being able to spread the derby love across the area. 

    Check out for more info and to book tickets 

  15. from Sunday 28th Sep, 2014, 10:00am - Monday 28th Jul, 2014, 6:00pm
    Stoke on Trents first comic con.
    Staffordshire Devil Dogs will be exhibiting at the event promoting fun and fitness through roller derby.
    For more info and for tickets checkout
  16. The terms of office of some Officers and Committee Members end at the Annual General Meeting on 3rd November 2014.


    Nominations are invited on the list on the Notice Board in the Pavilion

  17. We will be taking the team out to a major event in the near future to spread the word and increase membership. We will let you know more as it's confirmed.

    31st August at Guildford 

    5th October at Byers Green

    9th November our own KJJA at Wolverhampton 


  19. It is the Angmering Camera Club exhibition, Starting on the 1st of September for all of that month at the Angmering Community Center

  20. In the C&D Mens Pairs Barry &John went down by 7 shots at Gamlingay to Brian Culverhouse & Partner. In the Mixed Pairs Keith & Chris went down 26-13 to P Ferris & Y Blows at Melbourn.  In the Business House Comps-   Mens Pairs Keith aided by Trevor gained quick revenge over Paul Ferris partnered by Malc Davey at Melbourn 18-12 to reach the semi finals, as did Barry & John in the 2-4-2 by virtue of a 20-13 win over R Gipp & M Blackley (Post Office) In the same comp Mary & Ray went down 30-12 at Trumpington to J Squares & K Gunnell. In the mixed Pairs Barry & Sue lost 15-14 to Gunnell & Cornell at Trumpington. Good luck to Barry & John on August 11th and to Keith & Trevor on the 12th both at Cambs & County. 

  21. Winners of this roving jack pairs competition were John Rawlings and Bernard Wilson. One of two teams with 7 points from their 5 games they clinched victory through ruthlessly racking up a +29 shots aggregate from their wins.

    Runners-up were John Moore and Shirley Booth on 7 points +4 shots.

    Well done to all four on their success.

  22. BATAGas Triples League

    as of 28 July

    BATA Played Won Drawn Lost Points  
    MALTON 18 18   0 131  
    SWINTON 19 11   8 87.5  
    SLINGSBY 17 12   5 87  
    WIGGINTON 18 9 1 8 73.5  
    HESLERTON 18 9   9 73  
    STRENSALL 17 8 1 8 70.5  
    PICKERING 17 7 1 9 63.5  
    SETTRINGTON 19 9   10 63.5  
    HOVINGHAM 17 7   10 60.5  
    HELMSLEY 17 7   10 57.5  
    KIRKBYMOORSIDE 16 5 1 10 52  
    TERRINGTON 17 5   12 48  
    WELHAM 18 5   13 44.5
        Ryedale Vets “B” Team          
                Date Wed 6th Aug  
      Easingwold “A”         Time 2pm  
    RINK "A"              
    RINK "B"              
    RINK "C"              
    RINK "D"              
        RESERVES : D.Sleet          
    PLAYERS MEET:   CAR PARK 1.20PM          
        If unable to play, please notify Captain          
    CAPTAIN FOR THE MATCH : GARY STOCKTON 763892              
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    Orthopedic physiotherapists also help people recover from surgeries of orthopedic. Orthopedic physiotherapist specialist is usually found at the out-patient clinical setting. Orthopedic physiotherapists are trained in treating of sports injuries, post-operative joints, amputations and arthritis, and several other conditions and injuries. For speedy recovery in the orthopedic setting strength training, joint mobilization, electrical stimulation, cold and hot packs treatments are used. Assessing by a physiotherapists specializing in orthopedic can help people suffering from disease or injury affecting bones, muscles, tendons or ligaments of the body. 

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