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Sport In Milton Keynes - Rugby
... The major Borough clubs are Bletchley RUFC,Milton Keynes RUFC and Olney RFC ... Bletchley RUFC Bletchley Rugby Club, who play at Manor Fields, routinely put out three Senior XVs, a ladies side and a Vets side ... In 2003 Bletchley RUFC were the first sports organisation in Milton Keynes/North Bucks to gain the Rugby Football Union 'Seal of Approval' and Sport England Clubmark ...
British Championship - Champions
... Bison Bracknell Bees Guildford Flames Manchester Phoenix Milton Keynes Lightning Peterborough Phantoms Sheffield Steeldogs Slough Jets Swindon Wildcats Telford Tigers National League Basingstoke Buffalo ...
Relocation Of Professional Sports Teams - Team Relocation in Europe - United Kingdom - Football
... Norwegian owners moved the club from South London to Milton Keynes, a town more than 60 miles (100 km) away and one of the few large towns (due to its status as a new town founded in 1967) without a ... administration, was bought out of administration and subsequently relaunched with a new name, Milton Keynes Dons F.C ... Twelve years before the move to Milton Keynes, they had already left their London borough of Merton home for Selhurst Park in (the London borough of) Croydon ...
English National Ice Hockey League - Clubs
... Ice Leisure Centre 1200 Invicta Dynamos Gillingham, Kent The Ice Bowl, Gillingham 1500 Milton Keynes Thunder Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Planet Ice Thunderdome, Milton Keynes 2200 Romford Raiders ...
List Of Urban Areas In The United Kingdom - List of Most Populous Urban Areas
5 108.15 3,548.0 Bournemouth Poole, Christchurch, New Milton Bournemouth South West England 17 Reading/Wokingham Urban Area 369,804 5 93.17 3,969.1 Reading Bracknell, Wokingham, Crowthorne London ...

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