Scroggy

Scrog´gy


a.1.Abounding in scrog; also, twisted; stunted.
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The Mid-Ulster men, above, were agonisingly beaten 1-0 by 2013 champions Newtowne with the final kick of the game at Scroggy Road.
This new project is long overdue and once the maintenance works are completed local people will benefit from improved access to many facilities such as Scroggy Road Health Centre, a Young Persons Residential Home and the Limavady Community Development Initiative.
But the second period proved a different matter as Jamie Riley's hat-trickwas added to by Lee Reece, Carl Scroggy and Gary Flood in a convincing 6-0win for Oasis.
Skrogg was a lean carcass and scroggy could mean stunted, dwarfed or shriveled.
of Corrections, Mountainview Correctional Facility, Annandale NJ International Association of Correctional Officers Correctional Officer and Correctional Supervisor of the Year Awards winners Correctional Officer of the Year, Officer Gilbert Scroggy, Ohio Finalists Deputy James Mayberry, Florida Officer Jimmy Gandy, Mississippi Supervisor of the Year, Major John C.
30pm, Scroggy Road, Limavady), Northern Ireland v Mexico (6pm, Ballymena Showgrounds) B
A Carl Scroggy strike put NAC in command against The Tavern, and a 3-0 result was completed by further goals from Michael Owen and Gary Southern.
Rike, Teri Rust, John Sandford, Judith Sandford, Susan Sapienza, Tony Schorr, Gilbert Scroggy, Vanessa Shepherd, Margaret A.
ROE ROVERS RESERVES 2 FOYLE WANDERERS 2 A STRENGTHENED Rovers Reserves shared the spoils in a pulsating clash with Foyle at Scroggy on Saturday.
Morgan Scroggy of Canby and Jacqueline Leung of Barlow led qualifying in two events apiece.
NAC (Carl Scroggy 2) strengthened their grip on Division Two with a hard fought 3-1 result over Kestrals.
Gene Scroggy, warden at the Augusta Correctional Institution in Grovetown, Ga.