Catterick


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Catterick

(ˈkætərɪk)
n
(Placename) a village in N England, in North Yorkshire on the River Swale: site of an important army garrison and a racecourse
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GATESHEAD Storm Under-14s completed a double over Catterick Crusaders by taking the North East Junior League title in a re-run of last month's North East Cup decider.
Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire, home for many North East troops, will receive a huge investment as part of a Ministry of Defence (MoD) review into its estate.
Construction of a 6 million water storage reservoir to protect Catterick Village and the A1 motorway from flooding will start this Spring.
00 Catterick, nap) Made an encouraging hurdles debut when third at Doncaster in December but shaped as though in need of this longer distance when disappointing at that track last time.
THE British Forces Resettlement Services (BFRS) is coming back to Catterick for its second careers event next week.
It seemed Juan Pablo Socino would give Newcastle the points when he intercepted Andy Goode's attempted pass to race 60 metres and score the hosts' third try, Tom Catterick converting from the touchline for a 23-16 lead with just 16 minutes left.
FOR a man widely perceived to be icily detached, Harry Catterick still arouses heated passions.
I am proud to announce my debut will take place (weather permitting) at the beautiful Yorkshire track of Catterick on Monday (4.
YESTERDAY'S two Flat meetings at Catterick and Chepstow fell foul of the weather.
MICK EASTERBY'S Compton Plume has the credentials required to win the Nidd Classified Stakes at Catterick tomorrow.
A new Catterick Central junction has opened today (Thursday), marking a major phase in the construction of the A1 Leeming to Barton scheme.
The team behind plans to build a floodlit all-weather course at Catterick have admitted the project could be scrapped without an annual increase of 33 meetings to justify investment of around PS11 million.