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stew

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1. a fishpond or fishtank
2. an artificial oyster bed
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"I was thinking, 'Oh my God' but I was playing against Stewy so I thought, 'Right, you are getting it.'.
I was thinking, 'Oh my God',' but I was playing against Stewy so I thought, 'Right, you're getting it.'.
Stewy, a prolific competitor spanning two decades, would have been proud of his offspring who pulled out all the stops to claim victory.
"I truly enjoyed the experience and I have to thank firstly the selectors for having faith in me and to Stewy who has been in constant touch since I was named.
Young added: "Stewy has been fantastic for us, even before the new manager came in.
Lee Craddock, Stewy Carroll, Chris Pitt and Colin Lindsay were also on the mark.
Atherton's opening stand of 129 with Alec Stewart set the stage for victory and the skipper said: "Stewy has been in magnificent form.
"Stewy has been in magnificent form all trip and obviously those 100 runs got us on our way," he said.
NORTH East cross-country team managers Stewy Bell and Lynn Cooper have had to juggle their selections for this weekend's Inter-Counties Championships in Loughborough.
But in July 2010, Ian who has brothers Stewy, 47, and Stephen, 44, broke his ankle playing football and after his recovery decided to take up running again.
Halfway House maintained their flawless record in Division Two with Philly Hudson scoring three and Stewy Hardman a pair in a 5-0 home win against Farmers Arms Moreton while Bromborough Social & Lever Bushell Athletic played out a goalless draw.