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Hanseatic League - History - Foundation and Formation
... Before the foundation of the League in 1356 the word Hanse did not occur in the Baltic language ... grounds, formed an alliance—a precursor of the League—with Hamburg, another trading city, which controlled access to salt-trade routes from Lüneburg ... the first general Diet of the Hansa held there in 1356, the Hanseatic League acquired an official structure ...
Alresford Town F.C. - League History
... Position Significant Events Joined Hampshire League Division Two 1990–91 Hampshire League Division Two 2 Promoted 1991–92 Hampshire League Division One 15 1992–9 ...
Lymington Town F.C. - History
... In 1986 they became founder members of the Wessex League and two years later merged with local rivals Wellworthy Athletic to become AFC Lymington ... The new club enjoyed immense success, winning the Wessex League title before joining forces with local rivals New Milton in 1998 to become known as Lymington New ... The new club joined the Hampshire League Division Three in 1998 and soon progressed to the top division ...
Plymouth Argyle F.C. - Records - Club Records
... Record League defeat 0–9 vs Stoke City, Second Division, 17 December 1960 ... Record League Cup victory 4–0 vs Portsmouth, League Cup Second round, 9 October 1973 ... Record League Cup defeat 0–6 vs West Ham United, League Cup Second round, 26 September 1962 ...
Rickey Henderson - Legacy - Career Milestones
... At the time of his last major league game, Henderson was still in the all-time top 100 home run hitters, with 297 ... Henderson is the only American League player to steal more than 100 bases in a single season, and he is the all-time stolen base leader for the Oakland A's ... News' list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players, and was a nominee for the Major League Baseball All-Century Team ...

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