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saddler

a person who makes, deals in, or repairs saddles and other leather equipment for horses
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The Northern Irishman spent five years at Bescot but relished downing the Saddlers with a cool finish after Mark Gillespie had collided with Nick Powell, before dispatching a penalty in the second half.
The 27-year-old was charged with arson and the murder of her father Robert Saddler.
But Shrewsbury levelled on each occasion through former Saddler Oliver Lancashire and Junior Brown, the latter following an error from Walsall keeper Neil Etheridge.
Saddler got the goal Port had been threatening on 70 minutes when he left the Nomads defence trailing, cut inside and beat Smith with a shot inside the near post.
Certainly Glenn Roeder could not rate his 26-year-old Geordie goalkeeping coach Adam Saddler higher than he does.
And as if they were not company enough for any choreographer, here come octogenarians Marge Champion and Donald Saddler, to dance the featured adagio.
The firm, in Hotchkiss Way, Binley, teamed up with Nuneaton pro Ian Saddler, of Saddler Golf, to develop the revolutionary range of putter heads called Inugo.
Saddler Helen Reader has become the youngest master saddler in Wales.
The Jesmond-based outfit were 251-9 at the close, with last-pair debutants John Saddler and John Gill defiantly seeing out the last nine overs.
Northumberland's last pair, debut-makers John Gill and John Saddler, survived the final nine overs to earn the county a creditable Minor Counties Championship draw at Hertfordshire.