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Footballer in court.

THE captain of a soccer club yesterday pleaded guilty to refusing to take a police breath test after a road accident.

Tommy Widdrington, aged 29, of Division Two side Port Vale, admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath without reasonable excuse in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, on October 25.

Magistrates in Fen-ton, Stoke, adjourned the case after the court heard Widdrington, of Trentham, Stoke, could not find his driving licence.

He was given an interim driving ban and will reappear for sentence on December 7.
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Date:Nov 10, 2000
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