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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Johnson kicked a penalty from resulting infringement and matters worsened for Stour as they went down to 13 players after another front row player, Stefan Thorp, required treatment for a head injury which led to uncontested scrums.
The visitors took the game to Stour from the off, running in a converted try after two minutes followed by a penalty for a 10-0 lead.
The annual Sudbury to the Sea event, organised by the River Stour Trust, takes place this weekend (September 9 and 10) and thanks to the efforts of the Environment Agency those taking part will be enjoying a much clearer journey.
Although Stour had the lion's share of territory and ball, for much of the game scoring was less one-sided than the final result would suggest, it being only 17-7 against Blaydon at the hour.
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.
But in a dreadful eight and a half minute spell immediately after the interval Stour somehow managed to concede 28 unanswered points.
Stour director of rugby Neil Mitchell said: "We have been hit badly with five senior players out, including captain (and No.
Despite a fifth successive defeat Stour avoided the last relegation place by virtue of Westcombe Park losing at
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.
It took almost half an hour before Stour opened their account when No.
Stour had a number of players unavailable, including Worcester loanees, along with players out injured and director of rugby Neil Mitchell said: "It was sort of expected.