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A FIELD of 54 players cue up for the Nuneaton & District League Singles tournament that takes to the tables this Thursday.

Eight venues are in use for the competition with ties breaking off following the draw at 8pm.

All matches are best of three frames and each venue should play down to the last player.

The draw is as follows:

Venue One: Hare & Hounds Karl White (in charge), M Cooke, N Jones, D Williamson, L Brookes, R Millerchip, A Yearby.

Venue Two: Graziers Arms Shaun Orr (in charge), D Gilby, M Banks, K Curzon, R Cramp cramp, painful uncontrollable contraction of a muscle or group of muscles. The type that results from cold, strain, or disturbance of circulation (as experienced by swimmers) is eased by massage and the application of heat. , P Gibbs, M Taylor.

Venue Three: Fox Inn Paul Gosling (in charge), M Richardson, L Randle, C Burns, R Shields, O Barlow, G Beasley

Venue Four: Fife Street Colin Richards (in charge), M McCool, D Banks, J Martin, J Woodward, S Sears

Venue Five: Anker Rod Brown Lelton Gerard Brown, more commonly known as Rod Brown, is an American professional basketball player that currently plays for AEL Larissa in Greece.

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Venue Six: Fleur de Lys Scott Varden (in charge), C Quinney, B White, M Scaife, C Franklin, N Griffiths, J Greenhough.

Venue Seven: The Cabbage (Church Road) Stuart McClaughlin (in charge), B Leaky leak·y  
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Venue Eight: Royal Oak Stockingford Danny Evans (in charge), S Blakemore, A James, R Austin, J Spencer, A Hadley, R Millerchip.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Dec 9, 2003
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