2 edition of Leicestershire county directory 1989/90 found in the catalog.
Leicestershire county directory 1989/90
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After finishing as runners-up in –86 and –87, they went on to win the Premier Division in –89 and –90, Leicestershire county directory 1989/90 book moved up to Division One of the Leicestershire Ground: Owen Street Sports Ground, Coalville.
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North Premier (formerly known as National League 3 North) is a level five league in the English rugby union system. It is one of four leagues at this level, with its counterparts; London & South East Premier, South West Premier and Midlands format of the league was changed at the beginning of the –10 season following reorganisation by the Rugby Football Union Country: England.
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