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A large, long-span structure used for athletic activities such as basketball or track events.
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The fieldhouse is part of the most ambitious capital campaign in Hope's 143-year history.
Thomas partnered captain Nick Lofthouse to a 2&1 victory in the morning and then won his singles 4&2 while Morgan and Rhodri Fieldhouse won their foursomes 6&5 and Morgan won his singles 3&1.
Ever since I took over the management of the Fieldhouse six years ago, we've been working hard to improve our cask ale offering," he said.
5) a significant renovation of the current Calvin Fieldhouse, resulting in a new health and recreation center
Rees shot a 68 in the first round to lead by a stroke from James Moore of Padeswood & Buckley and Nick Lofthouse from North Wales with James on 70 and Fieldhouse on 71 along with Ross McLister of Cardiff and Rhys Briscoe of Dewstow.
Wolverhampton Crown Court was told Fieldhouse gained access to the property by smashing a window in the back door and the money he took included cash collected by the pensioner for a football pools round.
Prof Fieldhouse began his career as an apprentice-trained engineer before switching to academic research.
Rob Wale, retail business manager of The Fieldhouse, said receiving feedback from customers helped the company learn what they want from their local pub.
Fieldhouse and Evans and Moseley and Nugent won their foursomes against Ireland while Mullins and McLister and Rhodri Hartson from Felixstowe Ferry and Bush halved theirs to give Wales the edge.
In 2008, Centerplate performed a strategic analysis of our offerings and designed food service enhancements to accompany our multi-million renovation of Allen Fieldhouse.
The company is also associated with the NBA with Conseco Fieldhouse, the Indiana Pacers' home court.
Michael Evans from Clays, who lost in the semi-finals of the Welsh Boys Championship at Caernarfon last month, plays alongside Mold's Luke Jackson, who won the Plate competition at Caernarfon, Holyhead's Mark Parry and Wrexham's Rhodri Fieldhouse.