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JUBILANT boss Dennis Gray Dennis Gray was born 1935 in Yorkshire and started climbing when he was 11, after seeing the great Arthur Dolphin in action at Cow and Calf rocks on Ilkley Moor. He then climbed with a group who called themselves the 'Bradford Lads'.  praised two-goal hero Gavin Friels after Auchinleck had beaten bitter rivals Cumnock 4-1.

The 23-year-old striker hit an impressive second half double in their Jackie Scarlett Cup qualifying tie at Beechwood Park Beechwood Park is a large public park situated on the east side of Newport.

Beechwood House was built as a private residence by George Fothergill, a former Mayor of Newport. In 1900 the Beechwood estate was purchased by Newport Corporation and opened as a public park.
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It was Auchinleck's fourth win on the trot and all but guarantees their place in the quarter finals.

Friels joined Talbot from Stranraer in the summer and Gray is confident the player can get his career back on track.

He said: "Gavin scored two good goals and I was very happy with his performance. "He wasn't playing regularly at Stranraer last season but this is a good chance for him to get back involved again."

Elsewhere, ex-Celt Andy O'Brien
For the Irish footballer with the same name, see Andy O'Brien (footballer).
Andy O'Brien was a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. He was played by the late Ross Davidson.
 and John McLaren John McLaren is the name of several people:
  • John McLaren (park superintendent) (1846–1943), built Golden Gate Park
  • John McLaren (politician) (1831–1910), Scottish Liberal MP and judge
  • John McLaren (cricketer) (1886–1921), Australian cricketer,
 both hit two in Glenafton's 6- 2 win over Muirkirk. Glens now face Cumnock on Wednesday.

In the opening day of the season on Tayside, Tayport found themselves trailing 1- 0 at Lochee courtesy of Mark Hutton's first-minute strike. But the champs battled back to win 2- 1 with goals from Dave Reailly and Stevie Ross.

Shotts stormed into pole position pole position
Noun

1. (in motor racing) the starting position on the inside of the front row, generally considered the best one

2. an advantageous starting position

Noun 1.
 in their Beatons' Central League Cup section with a 6- 2 victory at Carluke, Dougie Brownlie notching a double.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 23, 1999
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