Bridgwater


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Bridgwater

(ˈbrɪdʒˌwɔːtə)
n
(Placename) a town in SW England, in central Somerset. Pop: 36 563 (2001)
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Sterling struck again soon after, pouncing on a loose ball after a Richard Gregory shot had been saved, but goals from Tom Knighton and Carl Tooze restored Bridgwater's advantage before half-time.
DAVID Bridgwater is not expecting to get much sleep next Friday.
DAVID BRIDGWATER is eyeing a trip to Aintree for his stable stars The Giant Bolster and Wyck Hill next month.
One man who very nearly joined the list last March was David Bridgwater.
LLANELLI 2 AIRBUS UK BROUGHTON 2: New signing Marc Lloyd Williams proved an instant hit - but Airbus were denied by a last-minute equaliser from Llanelli, writes John Bridgwater.
But while Welsh narrowly sneaked through a nail-biting clash with National Two outfit Cambridge, Moseley were rarely in danger against a spirited Bridgwater.
Star developed the state-of-the-art cooling solution for Robert Wiseman Dairies's (RWD) new milk production facility in Bridgwater, Somerset.
Bromsgrove Rovers shrugged off a red card for David Bridgwater to chalk up a league double over Hitchin Town after securing a 3-1 home win at the Victoria Ground.
David Bridgwater, who quit Pipe's yard to ride as a freelance two weeks ago, has signed a contract to ride the horses which Darren Mercer withdrew from the stable last month.
Tragic Hero's triumph owed much to David Bridgwater who was completing a 54-1 double.
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Bridgwater feels at home It looked like a Cheltenham Gold Cup paddock with Nigel Twiston-Davies and David Bridgwater surveying the scene and a distinctive grey who looked a bit like Desert Orchid but was in fact favourite and course specialist Roy Rocket.