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TENNIS: Lynsey Davison, of Durham and Cleveland, reached the semi-final of the BWTA
Women's Christmas event at Queens Club, London when she beat Alice MacKenzie (Yorkshire) 7-6 (7-5) 6-4 yesterday.
Teesside tennis professional Lynsey Davison kept her successful season going at the indoor BWTA
I knew the LTA and the BWTA
had nominations, but I didn't think for a minute that my name was in there.
The museum's collection includes records of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers /Northern Textile Association (NACM/NTA), 1896-1972, the National Association of Woolen Manufacturers (NAWM), 1864-1971, and the Boston Wool Trade Association (BWTA