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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But from the moment ambitious chairman John Moores summoned him back from Hillsborough to the club he'd previously served as a rough-and-ready centreforward, Harry Catterick wrote himself into the record books as an outstanding manager.
Justin Hugheston-Roberts, a solicitor representing some of the families of men who have died at Catterick, said there had been more than 20 non-combat deaths at the barracks in the past ten years.
Lance Corp Derek Joseph McGregor, 21, was found dead at Catterick Garrison in North Yorks a month ago.
Said Catterick clerk of the course Jonjo Sanderson: "We are borderline raceable so far but the forecast is for localised storms.
THE totepool Catterick Dash takes pride of place on a seven-race programme at the North Yorkshire track on Saturday when racing is scheduled to begin at 1.
Justin Ribbons, CEO of Empire Cinemas, added: We re thrilled to be a part of this redevelopment and to be the ones to bring a cinema to the residents of Catterick.
40 Catterick Buy Your 2013 Annual Badge Today Handicap Chase 3m11/2f RUK Card page 36 A FIELD of eight go to post for this chase with a pair of in-form runners sitting at the head of the weights.
HARRY CATTERICK was among a generation of great managers who were denied the chance to make their names as players by the intervention of the Second World War.
Luckless Catterick is out of the Junior World Championship after suffering the injury in Wednesday night's 29-11 England Under-20s win over Loughborough Students.
The Army medic, assigned to the 3 Close Support Medical Regiment, is the seventh soldier to have been found hanged at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire since 1997.
TEAM TALK: Harry Catterick tries to lift his team for extra time in the 1968 Cup Final, his second Wembley appearance in three years.
Officials at Catterick abandoned their next fixture on March 7 because the course was "in such a rural area".