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  Northern League (football) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Northern League (currently sponsored by the Arngrove Insurance and known as the Arngrove Northern League) is a football league in North East England for semi-professional and amateur teams.
The Northern League ran as one of two major amateur competitions (with the Isthmian League) in tandem with the professional Football League, Southern League and, since 1968, the Northern Premier League.
The League suffered a further blow to its prestige in 1995 when the Football Association limited the entry to the FA Trophy to the first three steps of the pyramid thereby disqualifying the Northern League's clubs and those in equivalent competitions from competing for the FA Trophy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Albany_Northern_League   (401 words)

 Northern League - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Northern League (ice hockey) which existed in the late 1970s and early 1980s in the United Kingdom.
Northern League (ice hockey, 2005) a current minor ice hockey league in the United Kingdom.
Northern League (neo-Nazi) eugenics group active in the United Kingdom in the mid-20th century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Northern_League   (197 words)

 Why War? Keywords: Northern League
Albany Northern League for the minor football league in England covering the north-east of the country.
Northern Premier League (UniBond League) for the football league in England which acts as a feeder to the Nationwide Conference.
Northern Cricket League for the cricket league in England
www.why-war.com /encyclopedia/organizations/northern_league   (163 words)

 Northern Premier League - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At that time it was considered to share the fifth tier with these leagues as well as the established Northern League.
This was due to the league's belated admission of Barrow for the 1999-2000 season following a bitter dispute between the league, Barrow and the Football Association.
However, Barrow was elected to the league a month after the season commenced when the Football Association threatened severe sanctions against the league, which would have included the expulsion of its clubs from the FA Cup and FA Trophy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Northern_Premier_League   (562 words)

 Northern League News and Events
The ANL management committee decided at its meeting on April 13 that the club's Teesdale Park ground posed unacceptable health, safety and hygiene risks and failed to meet nationally agreed ground criteria in several respects.
The league and its clubs have acted amid concerns that the Football Association and match referees are turning both deaf ear and blind eye to the growing problem - chiefly prevalent among players and dugout personnel, not spectators.
Officials of The Northern League thought they were dreaming when self-made entrepreneur Brooks Mileson got to his feet at their annual dinner and announced the unique sponsorship deal.
www.turnhome.demon.co.uk /new_web/nlnews.html   (4961 words)

 Points of Interest
The river is a dominant characteristic of Albany life, with the Little and Big Sugar Rivers joining just north of the village.
Albany's bed and breakfast inns offer unique lodging in restored historic homes, all inspected by the Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast Association.
Albany’s Yesteryear Celebration begins with a street dance on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend, with a parade and other events on Saturday, including a fireworks display at dusk.
vil.albany.wi.us /PointsOfInterest.htm   (800 words)

 AFC Sudbury - News headlines
Frome have a testing trip to the North East against the gritty Albany Northern League Division One side Jarrow Roofing Bolden CA in the Sixth Round on Saturday, but they are currently flushed with confidence, bringing outstanding league form into the clash.
The Roofers are struggling at the foot of Northern League with just eight wins from twenty-eight starts, but they showed spirit to knock Tipton Town out of the Vase in the last round, winning a replay on penalties.
Northern League Bedlington Terriers were rewarded for their fine 3-0 win at Enfield in the last round with a home tie against improving AFC Newbury, who are now mounting a strong challenge for the Sydenhams Wessex League title.
www.afcsudbury.com /news/headlines.asp?ID=576   (570 words)

 Northern League teams
League format: teams play regular-season games against teams only in their division; all playoff series are a best-of-five format; the opening round consists of two series in both the East and Central.
Winners play for their respective divisional crown, with survivors playing for the Northern League title.
1933: The third Northern League is organized and — except for inactivity during war years from 1943-45 — continues operation until 1971.
www.recordonline.com /archive/2000/05/26/cougschr.htm   (302 words)

 Baseball America Online - Independent Leagues
Matos, who was 7-for-28 in the big leagues with the Oakland Athletics in 1994, spent almost all of the last seven years in Triple-A. He ranks fourth in the East with 26 doubles, second with a.462 on-base average and second with a.579 slugging percentage.
Patton led the league in average (.350) in 1999.
He is also third in the league in batting average (.358) and has hit 24 doubles, two triples and 16 homers while driving in 68 runs.
www.baseballamerica.com /today/leagues/independent/notes0904.html   (1489 words)

 Minor League Baseball: History: Top 100 Teams   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The league started with six teams, but two folded in less than a month, leaving four cities that would be associated with one another for decades to come: Albuquerque, El Paso, Phoenix and Tucson.
The Class D Arizona-Texas League (originally Arizona State League) made the leap from semi-pro ball to O.B in 1928 and the Albuquerque Dons joined the circuit in 1932.
The league played an unbalanced 140-game schedule with teams playing about four times as many games against teams in their own division as teams in the other division.
www.minorleaguebaseball.com /app/milb/history/top100.jsp?idx=11   (4645 words)

 ESPN.com - Minor League Baseball - Marshall suspended 8 games by Northern League
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Former major league outfielder Mike Marshall, now the manager of the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, was suspended for eight games by the non-affiliated Northern League for taking his team off the field in a game last week.
Northern League president Dan Moushon said Marshall was remorseful.
He was a National League All-Star in 1984 and helped the Dodgers beat the heavily favored Oakland A's for the 1988 World Series title.
espn.go.com /minorlbb/news/2000/0605/569579.html   (246 words)

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The Glens Falls Redbirds led the NY-Penn league in attendence in 1993 but moved to N.J. because this was the plans for the team by the parent Cardinals, using Glens Falls while the stadium got built.
The first independent leagues died out in the 1930s, and were replaced by the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.
However, in the 1990s as the price to attend a major league game approached $100 for a family of four and the players became very distant from the average fan, new independant leagues formed with the propose of returning baseball to its grass roots.
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 Area Sporting Events
Pepsi Arena) is home to the Albany River Rats of the American Hockey League and the Albany Conquest of the Arena 2 Football League, as well as the frequent host of NCAA Tournament events in Hockey and Basketball and NBA and NHL exhibition games.
In 1999, the league merged with the Northern League (mostly midwestern teams) and the combined league was named the Northern League.
The Albany Firebirds were the 1999 Arena Bowl champions and were always a big draw, but they moved on to Indianapolis, leaving Albany with a team in lower-level Arena 2 league.
www.cs.rpi.edu /~terescoj/capdistsports.html   (1048 words)

 Minor League Baseball: History: Top 100 Teams
Led by a future major league battery, this club finished with one of the largest margins of victory in minor league annals.
His 14-year major league career began with Cleveland in 1958, and he pitched for the Indians until he was traded to Minnesota in June, 1964.
The club surrendered its franchise to the league on August 7 and that was the end of professional baseball in Keokuk.
www.minorleaguebaseball.com /app/milb/history/top100.jsp?idx=30   (2120 words)

 Northern League Baseball Helps to Save Lives
Chosen as the official charity of Northern League baseball's 2000 season, the initiative began when franchise owner Jonathan Fleisig brought the idea to the Northern League.
The Northern League has been part of the sports scene in the upper mid-west for much of the 20th century.
The league is generally acknowledged as the pre-eminent and most respected professional baseball league in the United States and Canada.
www.themarrowfoundation.org /EVENTS/2000/baseball.html   (951 words)

 MLN Sports Zone - Minor League Sports Magazine
The founder of the Northern League announced his resignation as the Central Division Commissioner.
In 1993 Wolff founded the Northern League as the first of the independent professional leagues.
The Northern League Central Division is expected to name a new commissioner soon.
www.minorleaguenews.com /features/business/articles2002/042202.1.html   (274 words)

 Historic Albany Foundation
However, The Roman Catholic Diocese, the City of Albany, and Historic Albany Foundation are all in agreement that the building should be saved and are working towards a solution.
These two buildings are landmarks of Albany’s best preserved downtown street, and are located along Mayor Jennings’ proposed “entertainment corridor.” The building at 52 North Pearl was built as a townhouse in the 1820s, but its current facade is an excellent example of brick Queen-Anne architecture of the late 1870s.
The remaining buildings are of similar importance, but with so little cohesiveness, they could well prove the old maxim “together we stand divided we fall.” These buildings are far too important to Albany’s past and future to let that happen, and could serve as the nucleus for the revitalization of their part of Broadway.
www.historic-albany.org /news14.html   (1351 words)

 USATODAY.com - New Jersey squads win advanced indy league titles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It was the first league title for Somerset, which reached the finals the past two seasons only to be swept by Nashua in 2000 and Bridgeport in 1999.
NORTHERN LEAGUE: A four-run ninth lifted the New Jersey Jackals to an 8-5 clinching victory in their best-of-five series against the Winnipeg Goldeyes.
Despite being an unheralded league, it was not without its share of familiar names on the rosters.
www.usatoday.com /sports/bbw/2001-10-17/2001-10-17-minors.htm   (1280 words)

 UniBond League :: Non League
The Northern Premier League was founded in 1968, decades after the other two leagues at what is now the seventh tier of the English football league system - the Dr Martens Southern League and Ryman Isthmian League.
Promotion to the First Division is possible from each of three leagues covering smaller sections of northern England, the Albany Northern League, the Northern Counties East League, and the 'Moore & Co. Solicitors North West Counties League.
The Northern Premier League sponsored by UniBond: The official site with news, results, tables, fixtures, history, and club details.
sports.gourt.com /Soccer/UEFA/England/Non-League/UniBond-League.html   (342 words)

 AFC Sudbury - News headlines
Richie McLoughlin, manager/secretary and chairman of Albany Northern League club Jarrow Roofing Boldon CA, is sick and tired of hearing that North East non-League football is on the slide, and insists: "We've got a great chance to kick the cynics where it hurts."
Unfancied Roofing beat Frome Town 3-0 on Saturday to join Northern League colleagues Bedlington Terriers in the last four of the FA Vase.
McLoughlin, in charge of a squad fourth-from-bottom of the Northern League, said: "I keep hearing stories about the football of today not being as good as it was in years gone by.
www.afcsudbury.com /news/headlines.asp?ID=607   (180 words)

 This is The North East | CommuniGate | Consett AFC
Consett AFC, known as The Steelmen, are members of the Albany Northern League Division One.
Founded in 1899 as Consett Celtic, the club have been members of the Northern Alliance, North Eastern League, Midland League and Northern Counties League before finally joining the Northern League in 1970.
Up to date news, fixtures, match reports, league tables, player pen pictures, details of other Northern League clubs and much more can be found by visiting the club's main web site via the link on this page.
www.communigate.co.uk /ne/consettafc   (98 words)

 WWW.DIGITALBALLPARKS.COM - Can-Am / Northeast League (IND) Gallery of Ballparks and Stadiums
In 1999, Miles Wolfe, commissioner of the the famed Northern League, formed a merger with the North East League.
The NEL became known as the Northern League East Division, utilizing the best of the ballparks of the earlier league.
The Northern League served well as they were already a "household name", to boost attendance.
www.digitalballparks.com /Northeast.html   (114 words)

 American Revolutionary War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Black soldiers served in northern American militias from the outset, but this was forbidden in the South, where slaveowners feared arming slaves.
Led by General Burgoyne, the intention was to seize the Lake Champlain and Hudson River corridor, effectively isolating New England from the rest of the American colonies.
The northern, southern, and naval theaters of the War converged at Yorktown in 1781.
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 North Of The Border
Brandon meanwhile required a draw to seal what would be the first Northern League title in their relatively short history.
Hearts were level almost instantly a corner was flicked on at the near post and Scottish International Center Back Stephen 'Elvis' Pressley was on hand to guide the ball in to the back of the net to rescue a valuable point in their race with Kilmarnock for the UEFA cup spot.
Newcastle Blue Star were bottom of the league at the start of play, but included a number of former Brandon players in their line up.
behindtheflag.tripod.com /sheffieldfc/id48.html   (7624 words)

 The History of Jim Crow
When jobs opened up to southern fls in northern war industries during WWI, Abbott championed fl migration to Chicago and other northern cities, which he referred to as the "Great Northern Drive." In 1929, his newspaper circulated over 250,000 copies, and was read all over the South.
Albany State University: A school established as the Albany Bible and Manual Training Institute in 1903 by private religious organizations in order to train young fls in southwest Georgia.
Throughout her life she was active in Chicago philanthropic organizations such as the Friendly Big Sister League, the League of Women Voters, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
www.jimcrowhistory.org /scripts/jimcrow/glossary.cgi   (3714 words)

 The Pyramid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Clubs finishing top, or near the top, of their league are earn promotion to a higher league, and likewise teams performing poorly are relegated to a lower league.
It is thus possible for a club to progress from the lowest reaches of the pyramid (local leagues) all the way up the highest professional league, the FA Carling Premiership.
Currently this is available for most leagues down to level 8, with a few level 9 leagues also covered.
www.nozdrul.plus.com /zfeweb/england/pyramid   (269 words)

 Northern Counties-Housing Association Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
climate in the northern counties is apparently too harsh for this...
northern England, the Albany Northern League, the Northern Counties East League, and...
leagues, the Northern League, Northern Counties East League, or North West Counties League, to...
www.housing-association.info /northern-counties.html   (390 words)

 Northern League   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
January 20, 2006 - Gary infielder Jay Pecci (pictured at right) is among 14 present and former Northern Leaguers named to preliminary rosters for the World Baseball Classic that gets underway in March.
Action at the inaugural tournament begins in North America (the four Asian teams begin play March 3 in Tokyo) on March 7.
Six of the 14 players with NL ties were active in the Northern League in 2005.
www.northernleague.com /news/?id=3203   (199 words)

At the start of the 2000/2001 season, the Albany Northern League gained a freshly-named club in its ranks in the guise of Thornaby - and one that has a bright future to look forward to and will be a force to be reckoned with in its native area of Teeside.
Eventually, in 1980, the long journey back began and the re-formed Stockton joined the Wearside League for the 1980/81 season, eventually regaining Northern League status at the 1985 AGM, reverting to Thornaby-on-Tees FC for 1999/2000.
The eventual aim for Thornaby is to challenge the 'giants' of the Northern League, many of whom are hugely respected throughout the non-League scene.
thornabyontees.freeservers.com /sportingthornaby.html   (1628 words)

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