Central Division

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Central Queensland Capras - History
... In the 1980s the Central Queensland Capras had entered a team in the Queensland Winfield State League Competition ... In 1996 the Queensland Rugby League Central Division entered a representative team, the Central Capras in the inaugural Queensland Cup competition ... The costs were too expensive for the Central Division to maintain, and in October 1998 it was decided that a private club should be entered into the ...
Las Vegas Coyotes - Franchise History - Atlanta Fire Ants (1994)
... in downtown Atlanta and were members of the Central Division of the Eastern Conference with the Chicago Cheetahs, Minnesota Arctic Blast, New England Stingers, Pittsburgh. 10–10–2, finishing in fourth place in the Central Division and narrowly qualifying for the Murphy Cup playoffs as the eighth and final seed ... The Fire Ants were swept in the best-of-three game Central Division semifinals against Minnesota, losing Game One 14–4 and Game Two 9–8 ...
Central Division (WHL)
... The WHL's Central Division was formed in 2001 as part of the Western Conference in a league realignment, the predecessor of which was the Central Division ... As its name suggests, the division predominantly consists of the five Alberta teams ... In 2004, A minor change saw the Kootenay Ice move to the Central Division to accommodate the expansion Chilliwack Bruins ...
Central Division - Other
... Central Division (web series), Internet series set in the downtown precinct of the LAPD. ...

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