Gilks

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Badminton At The 1972 Summer Olympics - Event Results - Mixed Doubles
1st round Semifinals Final Derek Talbot Gillian Gilks (GBR) 15 ... Ippei Kojima Noriko Nakayama (JPN) 4 ... Derek Talbot Gillian Gilks (GBR) 15 ... Roland Maywald Brigitte Steden (FRG) 8 ... Roland Maywald Brigitte ...
Alfred Gilks
... Alfred Gilks (29 December 1891 - 6 September 1970) sometimes credited as Alf Gilks was a cinematographer from 1920 through to 1956 ... Gilks worked on many silent films in the 1920s, such as Red Hair (1928) with Clara Bow and the historical epic Old Ironsides (1926) starring Esther Ralston ...
Matt Gilks - Club Career - Blackpool
... and without having made a first-team appearance for the Canaries, Gilks signed for fellow Championship club Blackpool ... manager Tony Parkes immediately began naming Gilks as a substitute ... After a number of matches as an unused substitute, Gilks made his league debut for Blackpool on 31 January 2009, after Paul Rachubka was sent off three minutes into ...
Martin Gilks
... Martin Richard Gilks (2 March 1965 – 3 April 2006) was an English musician ... Gilks who was born in Stourbridge, was originally the drummer with Midlands-based The Mighty Lemon Drops before leaving in 1985 (allegedly sacked for ...
Matt Gilks - International Career
... confirmed that manager Craig Levein was considering Gilks for a call-up to the Scotland national squad for their upcoming UEFA Euro 2012 qualifiers against Lithuania and Liechtenstein ... Gilks qualifies to play for Scotland through his Scottish grandmother ... Levein said of Gilks "He is one we became aware of a while ago and have kept track of his progress ...