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CRINECost Reduction Initiative for the New Era (UK)
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Crines as Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer, replacing Sam R.
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Semi-finals: Hunter 21 Crines 15, Horvath 21 Hirst 13.
Dan Crines was intrigued because his father photographed the pubs with Dan standing in the doorways before they were knocked down.
Preliminary round: AB Cook (6) (Marsden Park) v M Riley (5) (Almondbury), G Sykes (5) (Farnley Tyas) v G Thomas (5) (Lowerhouses), M Crines (5) (Primrose Hill Lib) v G Nash (5) (Canalside), D Barrett (5) (Lowerhouses) v B Faichney (5) (Canalside), J Hovarth (5) (Brockholes) v G Smith (5) (Lockwood), P Scrimshaw (5) (Thongsbridge) v N Hinchliffe (5) (Marsh Utd), W Shaw (5) (Primrose Hill Lib) v J Strachen (5) (Canalside).
Springwood: Preliminary - M McMahon (4) (Broad Oak) v T Randerson (scr) (Milnsbridge), J Heraty (5) (Thongsbridge) v M Crines (5) (Primrose Hill Lib).
Turnbridge WMC A 2 Lindley WMC B 2 - D Crines (owes 5) 59 I Strudwick (23) 46, L Carr (7) 67 R Whitcombe (32) 77, C Langford (21) 103 N Burrows (34) 40, F Dickinson (21) 43 F Beer (21) 67.
The full draws are: SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP Preliminary round (five frames) - P Kennedy (Lower Hopton ) v A Almond (Turnbridge), D Crines (Turnbridge) v I Newby (Lower Hopton), G Hey (Golcar Con) v C Thorpe (Marsh Lib), M Heap (Broad Oak BC) v D Poutney (Lower Hopton), J Ellis-Pownall (Meltham Con) v K Baxter (Broad Oak BC), R Armitage (Marsh Lib) v N Walton (Lower Hopton), C Hawkins (Marsden Soc) v M Beck (Marsh Lib).
Mrs Crines started out as a teacher at St Patrick's First School in Birkby before moving on to Crosland Moor Junior School.
The panel included Clr Andrew Cooper (Green Party, Newsome), Dr Andrew Crines (University of Huddersfield), Clr Jim Dodds (Conservative Party, Denby Dale), Clr Andrew Marchington (Liberal Democrat, Golcar) and Clr Peter McBride (Labour Party, Dalton).
And now University of Huddersfield politics lecturer Dr Andrew Crines has backed it, saying Wilson's reforms merited recognition.
First round - Bullas and Armitage (Springwood) (4) v Rose and Littlewood Hudds RUFC) (6), Williams and Wadsworth (Slaithwaite) (6) v Sutton and Butterfield (Holmfirth) (6) v Stopford anf Partner (Elland), Howe and Sheard (Netherton Con) (2) v Dobson and Crines (Primrose Hill) (5).