Pyrgos


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Pyrgos,

Greece: see PírgosPírgos
or Pyrgos
, town (1991 pop. 28,660), capital of Ilía prefecture, SW Greece, in the Peloponnesus, near the mouth of the Alfiós River. It is a commercial center with various light industries.
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Subs: P McArthur, G Reid, J Welsh, T Swinson, C Fusaro, H Pyrgos, T Heathcote, D Fife.
PARENTS of children attending the Kato Pyrgos primary school have warned they are planning to take action against any effort by the education ministry to reduce the number of teachers at the school.
Rob Harley and Ryan Wilson inflicted the initial damage before the ball was recycled for Sean Maitland to send Henry Pyrgos cruising to the line.
Two fires that broke out near Pyrgos Tyllirias, on the western border of the Nicosia district, destroyed one square kilometre of pinewood.
Glasgow have agreed new deals with scrum-half Henry Pyrgos and hooker Dougie Hall until the end of next season.
The community leader of Kato Pyrgos Costas Michaelides said the anniversary marking the conflict in Tylliria almost half a century ago was a "day of sadness and reflection".
Henry Pyrgos scored a stunning drop goal and added a first-half penalty but the visitors were awarded a penalty try, goaled by Freddie Burns, to take a lead in at the break.
Police in Limassol arrested a 46-year-old man on Wednesday after officers searched his home in Pyrgos and found a large amount of drugs, three hunting rifles and two airguns.
HENRY PYRGOS is out to prove Scotland bosses were wrong to ditch him from their Six Nations plans.
THE DEPARTMENT of fisheries and marine research issued a statement on Tuesday addressing recent concerns over a jellyfish bloom off the beaches Kato Pyrgos.
Henry Pyrgos was off target with the conversion but at the other end marksman Jason Tovey slotted two kicks before his opportunist score.
Kato Pyrgos had been taken out of the loop altogether she said.