EXETER, ENGLAND - APRIL 13: London Irish Director of Rugby Brian Smith looks on prior to the Aviva Premiership match between Exeter Chiefs and London Irish at the Sandy Park on April 13, 2013 in Exeter, England.
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Growers on town's oldest allotments prepare to mark 200 years
Smith on his allotment When a town’s oldest allotment site was set up 200 years ago, working the ground on a Sunday was banned, people in trouble with the law were thrown off and rent was just a shilling a year. The Loughton Potato Ground allotments in Baldwin’s 7:57 AM from This is Local London Read more »
Suspect in St. John Parish deputy ambush pleads guilty
murder; and Brian Smith and Kyle Joekel, who are each charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Deputies Jeremy Triche and Brandon Nielsen. Brian Smith and Joekel face possible death sentences if convicted; the trial is set to begin in mid-2014. 12:28 AM from Biloxi Sun Herald Read more »
Single fathers call for Ofsted MILF rating
to choose where their children should be educated have called for an official Oftsed MILF rating for all schools. Brian Smith, a single parent of two, says he has wasted time looking at school facilities when ‘a quick glance around one showed a good 25% of from NewsBiscuit Read more »
Deputy shooting suspect’s wife testifies
turned to her, saying he would shoot the dog. She was pleading with the officer not to hurt the dog when she suddenly saw Brian Smith “sling open” the door of her trailer in her peripheral vision. That’s when shots began going off. Skains rolled under a picnic from L'Observateur Read more »
Homer will get England chance, says London Irish boss
Homer will get his chance with England, insists London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith. Exiles’ 23-year-old full-back has long been regarded as an England player in waiting on the back of record-breaking feats at two junior World Cups. But a niggling knee from Bracknell Forest Standard Read more »