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Hazara cricket team

Hazara is a former first-class cricket team in Pakistan from the region of Hazara in the east of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. They played nine first-class matches between October 1983 and November 1985. In season 1983-84, the Pakistani cricket Bo ...

                                               

2008 Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament

The 1st Tournament for Boleslaw Chrobry Crown - First King of Poland was the 2008 version of the Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament. It took place on 29 June in the Start Gniezno Stadium in Gniezno, Poland. The Tournament was won by Rafal Dobrucki who b ...

                                               

2009 Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament

The 2nd Tournament for Boleslaw Chrobry Crown - First King of Poland was the 2009 version of the Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament. It took place on 23 May in the Start Gniezno Stadium in Gniezno, Poland. The draw was made on 15 May in the Gniezno Old ...

                                               

2010 Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament

The 3rd Tournament for Boleslaw Chrobry Crown - First King of Poland was the 2010 version of the Boleslaw Chrobry Tournament. It took place on 29 May at the Start Gniezno Stadium in Gniezno, Poland. The Tournament was won by Pole Tomasz Gollob, w ...

                                               

Kujawiak Wloclawek

Kujawiak Wloclawek is a Polish football and athletics club based in Wloclawek, Poland. His claim to fame is that the famous Polish singer Maryla V. rodovich and international javelin thrower Zygmunt Jaloszynski to practice actively in the club. M ...

                                               

Wloclavia Wloclawek

The clubs history is that of relative obscurity, languishing in the lower leagues usually around the 5th to 3rd tiers of football throughout its history. In the 1996/1997 season, the team started to climb slightly up the leagues due to various co ...

                                               

Russian Railways Cup

Russian Railways Cup was an annual pre-season football tournament, held in Moscow and hosted by FC Lokomotiv Moscow. The first edition was held in 2007. Dutch club PSV Eindhoven won the title after defeating real Madrid 2-1 in the final. PSV Eind ...

                                               

Football in Moscow

Football is the most popular sport, both in terms of participants and spectators, in Moscow. Moscow has several of Russias significant football clubs, and the city is home to many football clubs.

                                               

CB Pla de Na Tesa

Club Bàsquet Pla de Na Tesa, also known as Opentach Bàsquet Pla by sponsorship reasons, is a basketball team based in Marratxi, Balearic Islands. The team currently plays in league LEB Plata.

                                               

SC Kakhovka

Sports Club Kakhovka is a football club from Kakhovka, Ukraine. The club currently plays at the Askaniyske Experimental Facility Stadium. Throughout its history the club is better known for its names as Meliorator and Kzeso.

                                               

FC Tavriya Novotroitske

FC Tavriya Novotroitske is a Ukrainian football club from Novotroitske, Kherson Oblast. Clubs established in 1936. Alongside the football competitions in the Kherson region, the club also takes part in friendly competition organized by "Tavria", ...

                                               

FC Nove Zhyttya Andriivka

FC Nove Zhyttya Andriivka is an amateur Ukrainian football club from Andriyivka, Mashivka Raion, Poltava Oblast. The head coach of the senior team is Oleksandr Melaschenko. The club was founded in 2008 as a representation of cultures of the compa ...

                                               

Man in the Sea Museum

The Man in the Sea Museum is located at 17314 Panama City Beach Parkway, Panama City Beach, Florida. It has exhibits and documents related to the history of diving.

                                               

Nodaway County Historical Society Museum

The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum is a museum in Maryville, Missouri telling the history of Nodaway County, Missouri, United States. The Museum contains memorabilia from County residents Dale Carnegie, Homer Croy, smiley Burnett, Lynn ...

                                               

2001 CHA Mens Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2001 CHA Mens Ice Hockey Tournament was played between March 8 and March 10, 2001 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Wayne State defeated Alabama-Huntsville 4–1 in the championship game to win the tournament.

                                               

Alabama Community College Conference

The Alabama Community College Conference is a collegiate athletic conference and is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and Region XXII.

                                               

Gulf Coast Athletic Conference

The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference is a college athletic conference made up entirely of historically black colleges and universities and affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athleticss Division I. Member institutions are lo ...

                                               

Southern States Athletic Conference

The Southern States Athletic Conference is a collegiate athletic league in the United States. The 12 member universities compete in 13 sports in the NAIA. Basketball teams compete in Division I of the NAIA.

                                               

Arizona Community College Athletic Conference

The Arizona Community College Athletic Conference is a junior college conference in Region I of the National Junior College Athletic Association. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and ...

                                               

Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association

The Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association was a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II lacrosse-only college athletic conference composed of schools located in the Western United States. All schools are members of other confe ...

                                               

Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (1958–1965)

The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference was a short-lived NCAA conference of HBCUs. The five schools broke away from the South Central Athletic Conference, but the schools split up by 1965.

                                               

South Central Athletic Conference

The South Central Athletic Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference of historically black colleges and universities that existed from 1935 to 1961. The conferences members were located in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.

                                               

Big 8 Conference (California)

The Big 8 Conference is at the top of the level for California Community College Athletic Association. It is a very hard conference at the Junior College level. It is the hardest conference in Northern California and the second hardest conference ...

                                               

Golden State Athletic Conference

The Golden State Athletic Conference is a college athletics conference in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The conference commissioner is Mike Daniels. Conference leadership is shared among the member institutions. Nine of t ...

                                               

Northern Pacific Conference

The Northern Pacific Conference was a name for two collegiate athletic conferences in the western United States. The first was for college baseball and the second was a womens collegiate athletic conference made up of teams in Northern California ...

                                               

Pacific Coast Athletic Conference

The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference is a college athletic conference that is affiliated with the California Community College Athletic Association and includes community colleges in the San Diego region of California. The PCAC has won numerous ...

                                               

Eastern Football Conference (1965–1974)

The Eastern Football Conference was an NCAA intercollegiate athletic football conference that existed from 1965 to 1974. The leagues membership was centered in the Northeastern United States. A separate NCAA Division II conference with the same n ...

                                               

Middle Atlantic Athletic Association

The Middle Atlantic Athletic Association formation date is unknown. An article suggests the M3A was formed in 1931-32. This association or what now are known as "conferences" was able to bring together several historically black colleges from mid ...

                                               

2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Tournament

The 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Tournament was held at Melching Field at Conrad Park on the campus of Stetson University in DeLand, FL from May 22 through 25. East Tennessee State won their first tournament championship and claimed the ...

                                               

2014 NCAA Division I Womens Soccer Tournament

The 2014 NCAA Division I Womens Soccer Championship was the 33rd edition of the tournament. The first round of the tournament began on November 14 and concluded with the College Cup final match at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida on December 7, ...

                                               

Suncoast Conference

The Suncoast Conference, hosted by the National Junior College Athletic Association, is one of four conferences within Region VIII of the NJCAA. It is composed of four state colleges within the state of Florida, and is administered by the Florida ...

                                               

Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association

The Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association is a college athletic conference and member of the National Junior College Athletic Association in the NJCAA Region XVII. Members of the GCAA include technical and community colleges in the U.S. state o ...

                                               

Badger-Illini Conference

The Badger-Illini Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from 1932 to 1956. It had members in the states of Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. After the departure of certain members in 1956, the league subsequently became ...

                                               

College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin

The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin is a college athletic conference which competes in the NCAAs Division III. CCIW schools are 46 national Championships NCAA division III competition, including 15 in mens cross country, six mens bas ...

                                               

Great Rivers Athletic Conference

The Great Rivers Athletic Conference is part of the National Junior College Athletic Association located primarily in the Southern part of Illinois and was formed in 1982. The GRAC is located in Region 24 which is about 4/5 the Southern portion o ...

                                               

Heartland Collegiate Conference

The Heartland Collegiate Conference was a football-only intercollegiate athletic conference that evolved out of the Indiana Collegiate Conference and competed between 1978 and 1989. Originally comprising the football-playing arm of the ICC, the H ...

                                               

Illinois Intercollege Conference

The Illinois Intercollege Conference was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic football conference that existed between 1938 and 1942. The league had members, as its name suggests, in the state of Illinois.

                                               

Illinois Intercollegiate Football League

The Illinois Intercollegiate Football League was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic football conference that existed from 1891 to 1895. As its name suggests, the leagues members were located in the state of Illinois. It is unknown which teams ...

                                               

Illinois N4C Conference

The North Central Community College Conference, commonly known as the Illinois N4C Conference, is part of the National Junior College Athletic Association and a Junior College American football conference. It is also known as N4C or Region IV.Con ...

                                               

Little Five Conference

The Little Five Conference was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic football conference that existed from 1912 to 1917. The league had members in the state of Illinois.

                                               

Mid-West Athletic Conference

The Mid-West Athletic Conference is an athletic conference in the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Mid-West Athletic Conference is a two-year college conference composing the two-year schools in central and south central Illinois ...

                                               

Midlands Conference

The Midlands Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from 1947 to 1952. Its members were located in the states of Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

                                               

Pioneer Conference (college)

The Pioneer Conference was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from 1947 to 1949. The league had members in the state of Illinois.

                                               

Prairie College Conference (1953–1967)

The Prairie College Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from 1953 to 1967 and has been one of two conferences to share this name. The league had members the states of Illinois and Indiana.

                                               

Prairie College Conference (1988)

The Prairie College Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference that existed only during the 1988 season and was one of two conferences to share this name. The league had members the state of Illinois.

                                               

Western Interstate Conference

The Western Interstate Conference was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic football conference that existed from 1923 to 1927. The league had members in Illinois and Iowa.

                                               

2015 Horizon League Baseball Tournament

The 2015 Horizon League Baseball Tournament was held from May 20–23. All six of the leagues teams met in the double-elimination tournament held at Oil City Stadium in Whiting, Indiana. Wright State earned the conferences automatic bid to the 2015 ...

                                               

Indiana College Athletic League

The Indiana College Athletic League was a short-lived intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from 1916 to 1923. The league had members in the state of Indiana.

                                               

2007 CHA Mens Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2007 CHA Mens Ice Hockey Tournament was played between March 9 and March 11, 2007 at the 95KGGO Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. By winning the tournament, Alabama-Huntsville received College Hockey Americas automatic bid to the 2007 NCAA Mens Divi ...

                                               

American Rivers Conference

The American Rivers Conference is an NCAA Division III athletic conference. From 1927 until August 9, 2018, it was known as the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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