Keeper

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Keeper - Other
... Keeper Hill, an Irish mountain In the game of Quidditch from Harry Potter, a position that defends the goal hoops Keeper (Transformers), a comics character Keeper ...
Simon Mignolet - Club Career - Sunderland
... Mignolet would become first choice keeper again after a knee injury to Gordon in February, and earned a string of rave reviews for his performances ... Following the draw, manager Steve Bruce hailed the young keeper's fine start to life in English football ... Mignolet cemented his position as first choice keeper the following season, being preferred to new signing Keiren Westwood in goal ...
Am I My Brother's Keeper
... Am I My Brother's Keeper is the second album by Kane Abel ... and was certified Gold by the R.I.A.A.As of 2004, Am I My Brother's Keeper sold 737,200 copies ...
Sébastien Bruzzese - Career
... In the next season (2008/09), he was second keeper for a short while ... The first keeper Daniel Zitka was injured and the first substitute Silvio Proto was lent to Germinal Beerschot ... this was because Bruzesse never got the chance to play, as he was only the fifth keeper after Silvio Proto, Daniel Zitka, Davy Schollen and Michaël Cordier ...
Leonie Coleman
... A wicket-keeper, Coleman played in one Test match and 24 One Day Internationals for the Australian national women's cricket team ... just before the 2007–08 Ashes series, when first choice wicket-keeper Jodie Fields (then Jodie Purves) broke her thumb in a club match ... the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup, after Fields was preferred as wicket-keeper throughout the tournament ...

Famous quotes containing the word keeper:

    There is always a chance that he who sets himself up as his brother’s keeper will end up by being his jailkeeper.
    Eric Hoffer (1902–1983)

    There was a weasel lived in the sun
    With all his family,
    Till a keeper shot him with his gun
    Edward Thomas (1878–1917)