pudsy

pudsy

(ˈpʌdzɪ)
n, pl -sies
a plump person
adj, -sier or -siest
plump
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On Sunday, which Nunthorpe lad known as Pudsy pulled on a Sunderland shirt to be part of Peter Reid's team when they took on Kevin Keegan's Newcastle side at the region's other Riverside Stadium for Paul Collingwood's Testimonial T20 charity cricket match?
BLISSFUL PUDSY ran into a peak-form Isheforreal last week, but Roger York's recent intake ran pretty well in defeat nevertheless and is expected to open her account at the third time of asking in Peterborough's 9.48 over 435m, writes Jonathan Kay.
Plunkett, who is nicknamed Pudsy, made his England test debut against Pakistan in November 2005.
Chris Allsopp(Monm) 2 TYRUR PUDSY .......................
BEAR IT Bob Stoker and Fra McCann with Pudsy and helpers Chloe and Katie MAKING A SPLASH Fra McCann MLA gets a soaking in the charity event in Belfast HOW'S SPLAT?
Jackie, back in Scotland after a stint as GMTV's Los Angeles correspondent, will be fund-raising with Pudsy on November 17.
ONE TO PLAY Tyrur Pudsy ONE of the lesser known runners in Charlie Lister's kennels, this February 10 daughter of Hades Rocket has caught the eye on the last two occasions, in particular on Monday's Bags card at Nottingham.
Plunkett, who is nicknamed Pudsy, grew up in Marton and attended Nunthorpe School.
Plunkett, who is nicknamed Pudsy, made his England Test debut against Pakistan in November 2005 and started the first Test of the Sri Lanken tour of England in 2006.
Under-17 women (4.5 kms): 1 K Avery (Shildon) 17:12; 2 T Armoush (AVAC) 18:07; 3 L Farnell (Ryl Sutton Cfld) 18:10; 4 N Roberts (Winch) 18:26; 5 A Bell (Pudsy & Bram) 18:37; 6 E Dudgeon (Edinb) 18:39.