Stour


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Stour

1. a river in S England, in Kent, rising in the Weald and flowing N to the North Sea: separates the Isle of Thanet from the mainland
2. any of several smaller rivers in England
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At that point Stour led 24-21 but Mitchell believed the game hinged on an incident involving Dan Rundle.
Macc hit back with a try by winger James Oliver but were then left helpless as Rundle carved through their defence for a third Stour try.
The Tame and the Stour arise from streams running off the hills of the Black Country which are part of the main watershed of England.
Based on an event last year and organised by the town's regeneration body, Stour Power, the day aims to raise the profile of the town and boost the coffers of local businesses.
They had to catch the morning ferry for the 35-minute sailing from Papa Stour to West Burrafirth on the western Shetland mainland.
Llyr Griffiths To add insult to injury Chester then scored with the final play of the game to level the scores, which led to some crowd hostility and verbal abuse of the referee as the players left the pitch, behaviour which Stour director of rugby Neil Mitchell said was "totally unacceptable".
STOUR staged a recovery of stunning proportions after coming back from the dead having been blown away in the opening quarter.
Marcus Cook, veteran full back-cumcentre, now player-coach, made his first appearance of the season for Stour and typically did not emerge for the second half because of yet another injury.
TENNIS enthusiasts will be able to brush up their skills on three new courts which have been opened at Stour Valley Community School, in Shipston on Stour.
The result was a double for Hinckley, who took the points at Stourton Park in September when they were top and Stour ninth.
STOURBRIDGE 32 PRESTON G'HOPPERS 38 STOUR'S alarming slide down the National League Division 2 North table continues.