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Kidderminster Harriers - BBC News
Goal! Wrexham 1, Kidderminster Harriers 0. Elliott Durrell (Wrexham) right footed shot from outside the box to the high centre of the goal. Assisted by Louis Moult. 82:24. Attempt saved. Marvin Johnson (Kidderminster Harriers) left footed shot from ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 20:45:49 GMT
Wrexham 'not getting carried away' - BBC Sport
The Dragons moved up to third after Elliott Durrell's deflected shot secured a late victory. It was Wrexham's second home win in four days and Wilkin hopes his side can maintain their run at Torquay on Saturday. "No one's getting carried away. It's ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 13:32:56 GMT
Wrexham FC's unsung hero Geraint Parry tells of highs and lows at the club - Daily Post North Wales
He is one of the unsung heroes of Wrexham FC as it approaches its 150th anniversary, helping the club through thick and thin. And it took just one home game at the Racecourse in the 1970s for current club secretary Geraint Parry to be bitten for a ...
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 14:31:21 GMT
Wrexham's Glyndwr and Bangor Universities could be merged claim politicians - Daily Post North Wales
The concerns were raised by Wrexham Labour politicians Ian Lucas MP, Lesley Griffiths AM and North Wales Lib Dem AM Aled Roberts, who insisted they would fight it. Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (Hefcw) chiefs denied they were pursuing ...University funding council driving 'unacceptable agenda' to merge Bangor and ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 13:48:16 GMT
Wrexham FC v Kidderminster Harriers: 5 talking points from Dragons' late show - Daily Post North Wales
It wasn't a champagne performance under the lights and Wrexham struggled to create chances against a tight Kidderminster defence. However, what mattered the most was that when a chance did fall their way they took it. Elliott Durrell was in the right ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:18:21 GMT
Six months for Wrexham woman who wounded partner with bottle - News North Wales
A WOMAN who admitted wounding her partner with a bottle has been jailed for six months. Sophie Onslow, 26, of Caxton Place, Wrexham, was told she had inflicted nasty injuries. Mold Crown Court heard she and her partner had fallen out. He told her not ...
Wed, 01 Oct 2014 07:41:04 GMT