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Eastleigh

(ˈiːstˌliː)
n
(Placename) a town in S England, in S Hampshire: railway engineering industry. Pop: 52 894 (2001)
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Darren Carter curled a corner goalwards at the other end but Eastleigh were soon back on the attack and opened the scoring on 18 minutes.
Traders in Eastleigh have threatened to close businesses and stop paying levies to City Hall until hawkers trading outside their premises are removed.
MAX Stryjek has joined National League side Eastleigh after the expiry of his Sunderland contract.
Jones, a central midfielder who can also operate across the backline, had his Eastleigh side defeated in a dramatic penalty shoot-out by Salford in the National League play-off semi-final only last month.
Were it not for a police raid at the Riverside Hotel, a popular lodging on 11th Street, Eastleigh in Nairobi, the three youngsters, two aged 10 and the other 11, could probably be on the streets by now after spending their entire loot.
A wonderstrike from Eastleigh skipper Danny Hollands in extra time saw the Spitfires advance to the play-off semifinals.
This article explores this transformation through a case study of photography in Eastleigh, a Nairobi estate that is home to many thousand Somalis, both Kenyan Somalis and refugees from Somalia.
WREXHAM............................2 EASTLEIGH...........................0 INTERIM boss Graham Barrow felt Wrexham fully deserved their victory over Eastleigh at the Racecourse which sets them up nicely for tomorrow's night's FA Cup second-round replay at Newport County.
WREXHAM warmed up for their FA Cup second round replay at Newport County on Tuesday with a valuable Racecourse victory over south coast visitors Eastleigh who had won their previous five matches on the road.
THE loan spell of Sunderland's young goalkeeper Max Stryjek at Eastleigh has been extended for two months.
A 'rollercoaster' was Green's verdict on the season which ended with the armband as a proud Moors captain in Saturday's 4-1 defeat to Eastleigh. But the first home loss since November - the first since Mark Yates and Tim Flowers took over - failed to diminish the efforts in charging to survival.