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Eastleigh

(ēst`lē, ēstlē`), city (1991 pop. 58,585) and district, Hampshire, S central England. Eastleigh is mainly a residential city. Its industries include British Railway workshops, two large cable factories, and recreational facilities (centered around the town of Hamble, located within the district).
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Eastleigh

a town in S England, in S Hampshire: railway engineering industry. Pop.: 52 894 (2001)
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In contrast the visitors continued to create with Johnson getting on the end of a free-kick only to direct hie header straight at the Solihull shotstopper before Atkinson put an effort into the side-netting from another Eastleigh setpiece.
The traders, under the Eastleigh Business District Association (EBDA), said hawkers block entrances to the premises.
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Barrow said: "With everything that's happened and knowing that Eastleigh had won the last five away games it could have been tough.
Eastleigh suddenly looked a spent force and although there were opportunities twice in quick succession for Grant to double his tally, both his efforts failed to test Stryjek and at the other end, a rarely worked Rob Lainton easily gathered an Oscar Gobern snap shot.
Stryjek joined Eastleigh last month and made an immediate impact, saving a penalty on his debut and going on to win The Spitfire's September player of the month award after keeping clean sheets in each of his first three games - with the club winning 1-0 on each occasion.
Yates had made five changes to the starting line-up to face Eastleigh, including full debuts for Callum Coyle and Chris Lait, and they had been lively early on at the ATG Stadium.
Donald has previously being in charge at Oxford United and Eastleigh FC - the latter of which he remains and will have to sell in order to take over at the Stadium of Light.