[Lancashire Evening Post] - “We had players like Brett Angell, Andy Preece, 6ft 7in Kevin Francis – who was my room mate – Paul Jones, Lee Todd, Shefki Kuqi.” It is with sorrow when Flynn looks at County's current plight. They lost their Football League status last season and are
[The Star] - He capitalised on a mistake by defender Ryan Bennett, called up in midweek for the England Under-21 squad, and then placed his close range shot through the legs of keeper Paul Jones. Not only was it Bennett's first goal at Championship level but the
[Exmouth Journal] - Pictured with some of the children are Bishop Bob, Revd Karen Spray and Paul Jones - the Executive Head of the church schools federation. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exv AW. Go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24 to order your
[This is North Devon] - Sergeant Paul Jones, who has been coordinating the search, said he was very worried about Mrs Eastment's safety. He said: "The last positive sighting we had was from a local lady who saw Mrs Eastment near Byse Quarry at Spreacombe around 5pm on
[Kent Online] - With Richard Atkins and Paul Jones both expected to return after injury, Cugley (pictured) will have four strikers available again. He said: "We started the season with three up front but I've only been able to play two recently because we've only had
[Vitalfootball] - Joe was back-up keeper to Paul Jones at the end of last season and start of this season, but with the return from injury of Joe Lewis, his chances have now been restricted. Joe was signed from Rushden and Diamonds last season and will hope to make his
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The 21-year-old joined Posh in April from Rushden and Diamonds, but is behind Paul Jones and Joe Lewis in the pecking order. Day, named player of the year during his final season with Rushden, has yet to appear for Peterborough's first team.
[Weston & Somerset Mercury] - Brean got off to a dream start as club captain Dave Bradley and Paul Jones produced some scintillating sub par golf to destroy their opponents in the top game which ended with a victory for them on the 11th green. Wheathill took the second game to
[Chichester Today] - A frantic first five minutes saw Paul Jones score his first goal of the season. His stinging shot from the right gave Rob Woodward in the visitors' goal no chance. Even then, the Lions could have been in the lead already as a ball from James Temple
[NW Evening Mail] - The unseasonably hot conditions at Kelland Park made for some flowing rugby, with the returning Paul Jones showing he has lost none of his pace as he ran in for the opener from halfway. Dalton increased their lead when Stuart Tippett broke from his own
[Morpeth Herald] - Two minutes later, Paul Jones had a clear header from a corner but didn't hit the target. Despite the good start Pont were somewhat fortunate when Karl Garside ran onto a short pass and as he went round the keeper looked to have been brought down by
[Fenland Today] - Lewis Thompson added a fourth goal 16 minutes later when substitute Paul Jones's corner was only punched into his path at the far post. There should have been more goals too with Bacon and Lunn missing out on good chances and four minutes from time
[Wirral Globe] - Vauxhall: Tynan, Taylor, Dames, Hannigan, Jones, Beck, Mahon, Mannix, McGivern, Wilson (Nethercote 85), Williams (Fearnehough 87). Subs not used: Highdale, Wright, Spotswood, Martindale. Man-of-the-match: Paul Jones (Vauxhall). This Saturday, October 8
[Fenland Today] - On six minutes Wisbech went 1-0 down, and just before half-time the hosts replied through Paul Jones following a free kick. However Haverhill grabbed the winner early in the second half. Wisbech boss Steve Appleby said: “We were all over them later on
[Your Local Guardian] - Kingston University student Paul Jones, 21, said: "I think the situation's becoming more like Europe, when it's more normal to rent rather than buy outright. I'd love to stay here after graduating but I would be able to afford it.
[Midhurst and Petworth Today] - Paul Jones had to be alert two minutes into the second half to head a free-kick for the visitors off the line. Phil Turner and Woolf were having superb games on the wings, but it was Ben Buckland who supplied the cross for the third, Temple again in
[Fenland Today] - They lost no momentum and Paul Jones and Matt Lunn forced good saves from Roberts and substitute Ollie Gale headed narrowly past an upright. Then with the game already in injury time the referee gave the third penalty of the night for a Spafford foul
[NW Evening Mail] - Tries from the home side came via Paul Jones, Stu Tippett, Scott Worsley (2), and Danny Sayle, who added five conversions and a penalty. Ulverston lost their 100 per cent record as they went down at home to Irlam Hornets.
[Wisbech Standard] - The nightmare continued for Hadleigh in the 74th minute as Paul Jones - on for Anthony Reeve - drifted over a corner from the right. The ball broke to Thompson, who smashed his volley into the top corner. Bacon and Lunn went close again as Wisbech
[The Loop] - Benji LeFevre (who had replaced Richard Cole as Led Zeppelin's tour manager) and John Paul Jones found him dead the next afternoon. Bonham was 32 years old. I was in high school, looking forward to my first Led Zeppelin concert just a few weeks
[Haverhill Echo] - The hosts equalised after 44 minutes when away goalkeeper Alex Archer misjudged a free kick by Paul Jones as it escaped his hands and found the back of the net. The winning goal came after 61 minutes from a corner by Jack Higgs, a header by Marcus Hunt
[Wiltshire Times] Graham Howell (Ferndown Forest) £141, 68 Tim Baker (Salisbury Golf Academy), Paul Jones (Canford Magna) £102. Selected: 70 Robert Morris (Whitley Golf Club), 71 Graham Laing (North Wilts), 72 James Broughton (Manor House Golf Club).
[Lichfield Live] - Real Burntwood will be hoping that their 6-1 drubbing of Fair Lady FC in Division Two will provide the catalyst needed to kick on, while Paul Jones was in commanding form for Burntwood VI who eased past Pum Pum FC, 4-0 the final outcome.
[Gainsborough Standard] - Paul Jones, Big Lottery Fund head of region for Yorkshire said: “We want this £5 million to help people in rural areas to pull together and develop their own ideas for a new businesses or enterprise that will really make a difference to their local
[Pontefract and Castleford Express] - Paul Jones, from the Big Lottery Fund, said: “The Reaching Communities Programme is all about building stronger communities, so I am delighted we are supporting such vital organisations as this.” The centre is free for children and open on weekdays
[Footy Matters] - Emile Sinclair was the hero for Posh, scoring both goals in the first half, but Darren Ferguson's men also had keeper Paul Jones to thank after he made a string of fine saves to keep his side in front. Hull City's form seems to be improving after an up