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    equipment
  • Mental resources
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
    required
  • In keeping with one's wishes; desired
  • needed: necessary for relief or supply; "provided them with all things needful"
  • Officially compulsory, or otherwise considered essential; indispensable
  • compulsory: required by rule; "in most schools physical education is compulsory"; "attendance is mandatory"; "required reading"
  • necessitate: require as useful, just, or proper; "It takes nerve to do what she did"; "success usually requires hard work"; "This job asks a lot of patience and skill"; "This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"; "This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"; "This intervention does not
    football
  • any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
  • The game of football is any of several similar team sports, of similar origins which involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with the foot in an attempt to score a goal. The most popular of these sports worldwide is association football, more commonly known as just "football" or "soccer".
  • A ball used in football, either oval (as in American football) or round (as in soccer), typically made of leather or plastic and filled with compressed air
  • the inflated oblong ball used in playing American football
  • A form of team game played in North America with an oval ball on a field marked out as a gridiron
  • Play in such a game, esp. when stylish and entertaining
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Nila lost the love of her life when her fiance Mark was killed in a tragic accident. All she has left of Mark is the strange medallion he gave her. Mounting medical expenses for her parents’ care have left her strapped for cash. Naughty Girls, Inc. seems to be the perfect solution. If she joins, she just might find a rich lover who’ll satisfy her needs without risking her heart. Instead of a no commitment required arrangement, Nila finds herself torn between two handsome lovers.

The handsome, wounded Josh wants her as his live-in lover, but Nila’s attraction to Josh is threatened when she meets Richard. One look into the eyes of Josh’s tall, gorgeous companion and Nila’s medallion pulses with an energy she hasn’t experienced in years. Nila’s torn by her attraction to both men. Should she choose the emotionally battered Josh, whose sightless eyes stir her heart? Or Richard, whose every look, touch, and mannerism reminds her lost love? Or dare she take a walk on the wild side and have them both?

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Four of Wallsend Boy's Club's Founders cut the ribbon to launch it's new pitches, alongside the club's rising stars
Four of Wallsend Boy's Club's Founders cut the ribbon to launch it's new pitches, alongside the club's rising stars
On Friday (24th June) one of the biggest names in grass roots football celebrated the opening of its first ever football centre. Wallsend Boys’ Club officially celebrated the opening of its stunning new sports site and marked the occasion with a friendly match between some of the Club’s ex-players and its current managers, followed by a tour of the site and refreshments. A conveyor belt of talent in the North East, Wallsend Boys has produced more than 65 professional footballers, including Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Michael Carrick, Steve Bruce, Steven Taylor, Lee Clark, Robbie Elliott and Steve Watson. It has nurtured that extraordinary array of alumni in spite of never having had a home to call its own: until now. The Club has historically had a nomadic existence, with many of its boys and girls teams having to play at numerous locations in Wallsend and other surrounding boroughs on local authority pitches. Now the Club and local schools will benefit from the new development. Wallsend Boys’ new site has had significant levelling and drainage work to provide it with two senior size grass pitches, five junior size grass pitches and one mini-soccer size grass pitch. It also boasts a brand new changing pavilion comprising: six team changing rooms; two match officials changing rooms; one accessible changing room; male, female and disabled spectator toilets; as well as externally-accessed equipment and plant rooms. The facility was made possible thanks to a grant of ?850,000 from the Football Foundation, the country’s largest sports charity that is funded by the Premier League, The FA, and the Government (via Sport England). An additional grant of ?150,000 came from The FA, as part of their capital allocation within the Whole Sport Plan funding agreement with Sport England. North Tyneside Council contributed a further ?301,000 and club itself raised ?114,000 towards the scheme. Peter Kirkley, President of Wallsend Boys’ Club, said: “The acquisition of our new facilities can now broaden our horizons: while still producing top flight players we can also do more work with the street kids, girls, ladies and our ability team. Who knows what the future might bring us after what has been achieved since 1938?” Steve Dale, Chairman at Wallsend Boys’ Club, said: “This is a truly historic day for Wallsend Boys’ Club and the Club is immensely grateful to the numerous organisations and individuals who have helped make this dream a reality. The financial support from the Football Foundation and The FA has been crucial and recognises the value of the Club’s efforts in the past, particularly in helping produce so many talented footballers. “North Tyneside Council has also emphatically supported the Club financially, especially in granting an 80-year lease on our 20-acre site at Bigges Main. We hope both organisations will feel they get full value for money from their respective investments in the future, as the Club continues to produce talented footballers, whilst also providing positive, healthy activities for the thousands of Tyneside youngsters who use our facilities every year.” Dave McDermott, Director of Investment at the Football Foundation, said: “On behalf of everyone at the Football Foundation, I would like to commend the many volunteers at Wallsend Boys’ Club who have worked so tirelessly to make this fantastic new facility become a reality, and, indeed, everyone that gives up their time to help run the club. “Wallsend Boys’ epitomises the ethos of what the Foundation and its funding partners are trying to support: creating opportunities for boys and girls of all ages and abilities to enjoy playing our national game purely for the love of it. “However, it also powerfully demonstrates how nurturing the game’s grass roots can deliver something truly special for football in this country. I look forward to seeing the club go from strength to strength now that it has this excellent platform on which to build.” Wallsend Boys’ Club stalwart, Mick Tait, who made over 750 professional appearances as a player for eight different clubs (including Portsmouth and Hartlepool), scoring almost 100 goals on his travels, then went on to manage several clubs (including Darlington, Hartlepool and Blyth Spartans) had this to say: “The opening of the new facilities is a fantastic leap forward in the development of Wallsend Boys’ Club. This is something everyone associated with the club has dreamt of for many years. The work behind the scenes to get the Club to this level has been extraordinary. Hopefully the ‘Wallsend Boys’ Club production line’ can continue to give the professional clubs the standard of player they require and make those who don't quite get there into the people we all want them to be.”
Launch of Wallsend Boy's Club's new FF-funded grass football pitches
Launch of Wallsend Boy's Club's new FF-funded grass football pitches
On Friday (24th June) one of the biggest names in grass roots football celebrated the opening of its first ever football centre. Wallsend Boys’ Club officially celebrated the opening of its stunning new sports site and marked the occasion with a friendly match between some of the Club’s ex-players and its current managers, followed by a tour of the site and refreshments. A conveyor belt of talent in the North East, Wallsend Boys has produced more than 65 professional footballers, including Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Michael Carrick, Steve Bruce, Steven Taylor, Lee Clark, Robbie Elliott and Steve Watson. It has nurtured that extraordinary array of alumni in spite of never having had a home to call its own: until now. The Club has historically had a nomadic existence, with many of its boys and girls teams having to play at numerous locations in Wallsend and other surrounding boroughs on local authority pitches. Now the Club and local schools will benefit from the new development. Wallsend Boys’ new site has had significant levelling and drainage work to provide it with two senior size grass pitches, five junior size grass pitches and one mini-soccer size grass pitch. It also boasts a brand new changing pavilion comprising: six team changing rooms; two match officials changing rooms; one accessible changing room; male, female and disabled spectator toilets; as well as externally-accessed equipment and plant rooms. The facility was made possible thanks to a grant of ?850,000 from the Football Foundation, the country’s largest sports charity that is funded by the Premier League, The FA, and the Government (via Sport England). An additional grant of ?150,000 came from The FA, as part of their capital allocation within the Whole Sport Plan funding agreement with Sport England. North Tyneside Council contributed a further ?301,000 and club itself raised ?114,000 towards the scheme. Peter Kirkley, President of Wallsend Boys’ Club, said: “The acquisition of our new facilities can now broaden our horizons: while still producing top flight players we can also do more work with the street kids, girls, ladies and our ability team. Who knows what the future might bring us after what has been achieved since 1938?” Steve Dale, Chairman at Wallsend Boys’ Club, said: “This is a truly historic day for Wallsend Boys’ Club and the Club is immensely grateful to the numerous organisations and individuals who have helped make this dream a reality. The financial support from the Football Foundation and The FA has been crucial and recognises the value of the Club’s efforts in the past, particularly in helping produce so many talented footballers. “North Tyneside Council has also emphatically supported the Club financially, especially in granting an 80-year lease on our 20-acre site at Bigges Main. We hope both organisations will feel they get full value for money from their respective investments in the future, as the Club continues to produce talented footballers, whilst also providing positive, healthy activities for the thousands of Tyneside youngsters who use our facilities every year.” Dave McDermott, Director of Investment at the Football Foundation, said: “On behalf of everyone at the Football Foundation, I would like to commend the many volunteers at Wallsend Boys’ Club who have worked so tirelessly to make this fantastic new facility become a reality, and, indeed, everyone that gives up their time to help run the club. “Wallsend Boys’ epitomises the ethos of what the Foundation and its funding partners are trying to support: creating opportunities for boys and girls of all ages and abilities to enjoy playing our national game purely for the love of it. “However, it also powerfully demonstrates how nurturing the game’s grass roots can deliver something truly special for football in this country. I look forward to seeing the club go from strength to strength now that it has this excellent platform on which to build.” Wallsend Boys’ Club stalwart, Mick Tait, who made over 750 professional appearances as a player for eight different clubs (including Portsmouth and Hartlepool), scoring almost 100 goals on his travels, then went on to manage several clubs (including Darlington, Hartlepool and Blyth Spartans) had this to say: “The opening of the new facilities is a fantastic leap forward in the development of Wallsend Boys’ Club. This is something everyone associated with the club has dreamt of for many years. The work behind the scenes to get the Club to this level has been extraordinary. Hopefully the ‘Wallsend Boys’ Club production line’ can continue to give the professional clubs the standard of player they require and make those who don't quite get there into the people we all want them to be.”

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