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Flying the flag: Twins to lead out England for crucial World Cup opener.

Wolverhampton twins Gary and Maria Fowell get in some practice after being given the chance of a lifetime to lead out England in their opening match of the World Cup against Sweden on June 2. The 15-year-olds, from Aldersley High School in Barnhurst Lane, Codsall, and four other youngsters were chosen in a competition to carry the flag of St George before England's three opening group matches. They are part of an international contingent of 300 boys and girlsPicture, JOHN JAMES Reports, Page 7
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:May 17, 2002
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