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We are a brother tag team and currently wrestle as the UK Pitbulls. We both have had a lot of experience in singles and tags, for the first 2 years mainly on the UK holiday camp circuit doing 2 matches a day 5 days a week for 3-4 months in the summer. In the last year we have done more Hall shows and have wrestled on the UK tours of Tatanka, Earthquake, Bushwackers and other Internationals. Competing against, Earthquake, the Bushwackers, Jake the Snake, Greg Valentine, Shiniro Ohtani and others. We have appeared on local TV, Trisha, Documentaries on Channel 5 and ITV 2, in an independent film called "Slumber Party"and the BBC 6'o'clock news. We appeared on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast where we wrestled and took part in the games.

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Mike also plays drums in a rock band and has 2 self financed albums with his former band Spot. He is now playing in two bands as well as filling in now and again for Spot. Dave competes in strongman competitions and has reached the UK finals 3 years running gaining a second place in `95. He is now on a major comeback and will be competing heavily in 2002.

We now wrestle freelance and have appeared for companies such as K-Star, BRAWL, SCW and PWA. In November and December 2001 we embarked upon a successful tour of the USA for the AIWF in which we visited North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The biggest moment of the tour was when we won the AIWF World Hardcore Tag Titles in Little Milligan, Tennessee. We also trained at the world famous Golds Gym, Myrtle Beach S.C. and trained with former WCW wrestler The Stro(formerly the Maestro) at his training facility in Jacksonville N.C. As of March 2002 we currently hold Tag Belts in 4 promotions - BRAWL, FWA, AIWF and PWA. On April 7th 2002 we added another title, the K-Star tag belts-now holding a record breaking 5 titles at the same time.

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Here are the fixtures for Sheringham CC for MAY 2003.

The list of matches are:-
Saturday 03-May - 1st team (L) -v- North Runcton (Home) *** 'A' team (L) -v- Old Buckenham 3's (Away)
Sunday 04-May - 1st team (Carter Cup) -v- Swardestone (Home) *** MNSL(Challenge Cup) -v- Worstead (Away)
Saturday 10-May - 1st team (L) -v- Beccles 'A' (Away) *** 'A' team NO GAME
Sunday 11-May - MNSL -v- Bungay (Away)
Saturday 17-May - 1st team (L) -v- Brooke (Home) *** 'A' team (L) -v- Bradfield 'A' (Away)
Sunday 18-May - MNSL -v- Acle (Away)
Saturday 24-May - 1st team (L) -v- Norwich Union (Away) *** 'A' team (L) -v- Thorpe 'A' (Home)
Sunday 25-May - MNSL (Challenge Cup 2nd Round or 1st round of Broke Cup)
Saturday 31-May - 1st team (L) -v- Cromer 'A' (Home) *** 'A' team (L) -v- Sprowston 3's (Away)
Sunday 01-June - MNSL -v- Norwich (Home)
We welcome supporters to come and watch all our home games. The pavilion and bar will be open during the match.

Sheringham CC are also looking for PLAYERS of any ability to join our Saturday, Sunday and Mid-week squads as well as juniors from 7 years of age upto 16 years to play in our various squads for the 2003 season. Training nights are held at the Recreation Ground, Weybourne Road, Sheringham (behind SPLASH Leisure Pool) every Wednesday evening from 5.30pm until 7.30pm for those 7 years up to 14 years and Thursday evenings from 6.00pm until 8.00pm for Seniors/Adults (those 15 years and above). Sheringham CC have 7 qualified cricket coaches taking the sessions. All training sessions cost 1.00. Colin Bush. Sheringham CC

Sheringham Community Paper Once again we had an excellent response to this photograph, we can now confirm that it was definitely Mr Kimm as Mrs O'Regan not only confirmed it, but also brought in the photo shown on the right.Answers to "Who are they?" in issue 13 have also been flooding in, we still have a few missing names, so if you know who they are, please let us know at the paper.
Apparently, it was taken in approximately 1948-49 and was of the Youth Centre Sports team in Norfolk Road.

Front Row: Poppy Grice, Shirley Reynolds, Ann Stevens, Maisey Gee, Colleen Pretty, Janet Bishop. Kneeling behind them: ?, ?, Pam Johnson, Ann Daglass. The lady behind Ann is Pat Lusher, and the lady behind Poppy is Ruth Shoulders. Back Row: second along from left is Kenny Bayfield, next to Ruth is Bernard Shepherd, then Richard Little. Second from the right is Mr Broughton. We also believe that one of them is a Mr Woodhouse, son of Caline. Thanks to all including Shirley Pitt, Brenda Downing and Fay Abbs.
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