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Heavy 15 Ft long by 12 Ft wide number 7 nylon Twine. About 160 pound teat. Two inch diamond one inch square. A Golf Ball will not go through it. Made of Nylon and will not rot. You must hang fish net relaxed you can't pull any fish net tight left to right or the center will be short up and down. If you have this problem bring the ends in and the center will drop. THIS NET WILL STOP YOUR GOLF BALL OR Baseball! Works great for a batting or golf cage, Lacrosse and sports in the backyard or hang in front of the garage door! Keep your kids baseballs out of your neighbors yard. All our nets are custom cut at time of sale. (approximate)DEPTH. (Not all net shown) Great for Chicken coops and game birds to make a pen. Use as a Safety Net for your Deck or Swimming Pool. THIS IS REAL COMMERCIAL FISH NET, Not the net you buy in a bag. MADE OF NYLON AND WILL NOT ROT. If you need it longer buy a longer piece it will not stretch out right! FISH NET IS DIAMONDS NOT SQUARES AND YOU CANT TURN THEM OR NET WILL NOT HANG THE RIGHT DEPTH!!! IF YOU NEED 10 FEET GET 12 GIVE YOURSELF SOME ROOM TO WORK!!! DON'T SEE THE SIZE YOU NEED contact ME BEFORE BUYING THE WRONG ONE. THIS NET IS PERFECT TO COVER YOUR SPA,SWIMMING POOL,OR POND TO KEEP LEAVES OUT. I HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF NAUTICAL NETS, SEA SHELLS AND MANY OTHER ITEMS FOR NAUTICAL DISPLAYS, ETC.
WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 3 MANCHESTER STORM 12 January 27 1996 Tonight for the first time we welcome League leaders Manchester Storm to Riverside. On the 16th we travelled to the Nynex Arena, known locally as the Storm shelter, which is Europe's largest indoor area and a real eye opener, boasting 16,500 seats, a one million pound scoreboard/action replay screen and a choice of Zambonies. The dressing rooms seem to go on forever and gymnasium, jacuzzis, massage tables, coach offices etc actually within the dressing room! It is certain fair to say Storm are not left wanting. On our return from the trip, which saw an understrength Chieftains squad go down 9-1 we immediately contacted Jim'll Fix It, but are still waiting. We also decided to invest weekly in lottery tickets. Storm certainly have a lot of depth in their line up, with three very effective and talented lines they have proved too much to handle during all but two of their outings and are unbeaten since taken on Chieftains net minder John Finnie. Another ex-Chieftain on the Storm's books is Mark Stokes who will be no stranger to our longer standing supporters. Storm are now comfortably leading Division One with 67 points from 36 games and have now created a six point gap between and Blackburn who currently hold 61 points from 37 games. I hope we can continue the excellent form show against Telford and that tonight proves enjoyable for all our supporters. CHIEFTAINS - 1 Jamie Grindlay (net) 5 Dean Birrell 4 Stefan Edland 7 Andy Hannah 8 Karl Rogers 9 Marshall Spence 10 Steve James 11 Tony Cimelli 16 Matt McCoy 17 Mark Salisbury 19 Karl Goebel (I) 22 Alex Godfrey 24 Rick Smith 31 Brian Biddulph 35 Paul Cast 47 Alexei Kuznetzov (I) Injured 21 Mike Cahill 25 Richard Whiting Glen Campbell. Coach Steve James. Trainers Jason Robery Steve Lipinski. STORM - 1 Colin Downie (net) 2 James Manson 4 Steve Barnes 5 Jeff Lindsay 6 Mark Stokes 7 Dale Jago 9 John Lawless 10 Nick Crawley 14 Daryl Lipsey 16 Shawn Byram 18 Alan Hough 19 Martin Smith 21 Simon Ferry 27 Stefan Barton 30 John Finnie (net) 34 Hilton Ruggles 73 David Smith. MANCHESTER STORM 14 WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 5 February 18 1996 This game was watched by over 9,000 spectators and secured the league title for Storm, writes Mick Jordan. High flying Storm stretched their unbeaten league run to 27 games with a convincing and impressive display at the awesome Nynex Centre. It would be quite a surprise if Storm did not continue this record still further as this performance showed their incredible strength, but Chieftains refused to sit down and hand Manchester an easy Sunday stroll, attacking and amassing 44 shots on Colin Downie's goal. Storm's forward lines have been more than a handful for every defence in the league this season and Hilton Ruggles and Martin Smith in particular impressed, Ruggles scoring five goals and Smith claiming a hat-trick. As ever, Dale Jago's forward surges continuously tested Chieftains overworked defence and he himself claimed a brilliant hat-trick. Chieftains were determined to gain some pride from this game and their continuous counter-attacks accounted for goals from Alexei Kuznetzov (2), Rick Smith, Bill Govedaris and Karl Goebel. Indeed, Chelmsford's policy of attacking hockey proved their undoing on occasions as Storm's hard hitting, quickly produced three short-handed strikes. In a relatively clean game, Chieftains still managed to upset Manchester into occasional niggling penalties and Sean Byram eventually lost his cool, picking up a major cross checking penalty in the fifty first minute, although the result was already beyond doubt at that point. WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS VS MANCHESTER STORM March 3 1996 Tonight we welcome Division One champions, Manchester Storm.The Storm have had an incredible inaugural season, winning the league title at a canter having so far won forty five of forty eight games played. Storm have made all the headlines this year, not least for the incredible Nynex Arena which has regularly been housing crowds of nine thousand plus and the Storm now hold the British record for the largest crowd in a televised game against Bracknell, writes Mick Jordan. Storm's success has been masterminded by ex-Cardiff Coach John Lawless who together with former Swindon Coach Daryl Lypsey has built a quality team that will surely be a major force in the Super League. Storm's forward line is led by ex-Cardiff and Whitley Bay star Hilton Ruggles, a brilliant power forward with over one hundred league goals to his name this season. Hilton is supported by former New York Islander, Sean Byram, a big, strong forward and Martin Smith who has moved across from Trafford, a quick skating winger and quality finisher. Storm have no less than ten players in the top sixty scorers chart with strength in depth being a major part of their success. Riverside regulars will know all about former Chie
Hockey Night in Yaletown
In front of a condo building in Yaletown, where all the streets had been cordoned off around BC Place, a bunch of dudes my age used the roadblocks as boards for a hockey rink and set up nets. Perfect conditions for a game of road hockey, even if it was a little rainy. It doesn’t take $10-odd billion to play amateur sports, but it reeally helps. Feb. 10, 2010.