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Havant

Havant ( /ˈhævənt/) is a town in south east Hampshire on the South coast of England, between Portsmouth and Chichester. It gives its name to the borough (population: 116,489) comprising the town and the surrounding area. The town has rapidly grown since the end of the Second World War.

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Southern Premier Cricket League - Winners
... Year Champions 2000 Havant 2001 B A T Sports* 2002 Havant 2003 B A T Sports* 2004 South Wilts 2005 B A T Sports* 2006 B A T Sports* 2007 Havant 2008 Havant 2009 ...
List Of Churches In Hampshire - Havant
... Family Church Havant St Faith's Church, Havant Havant United Reformed Church Havant Methodist Church Leigh Park Methodist Church Bethel Church, Leigh Park Leigh Park Baptist Church St Thomas, Bedhampton ...
Mick Jenkins (footballer) - Management - Havant and Waterlooville and Winchester City
... Regis Town Jenkins became a director at Havant Waterlooville ... Totton to become a director at Havant Waterlooville Jenkins became assistant manager at Winchester City F.C ... Wherever I’ve been in football I’ve worked with knowledgable people like Liam Daish at Havant, Steve Claridge at Weymouth, Steve Johnson at Dorchester and Andy Awford at Bognor and I see Guy in that mould ...
Havant - Sport
... town's senior non-league football side is Havant Waterlooville F.C ... The town is represented by Havant RFC (founded 1951) for rugby and Havant HC (founded 1905) are three times winners of the English Hockey League ... Havant Hockey Club also contributed two players to the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne ...
Billy Gilbert (footballer) - Career
... spent a season at Maidstone United, before playing non-league football for Havant Town, Whyteleafe and Waterlooville ... He managed Waterlooville for a time, then after their merger with Havant Town to form Havant Waterlooville, he became player-manager of the merged club, leading them to the Southern League ...