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Tommy Taylor trophy sought RETIRED George Speed is trying to find out what happened to the Tommy Taylor Cup which was twice won by his late brother – the Monk Bretton butcher Dennis Speed. The football trophy belonged to Raley School where Tommy was educated. It was first presented following his death in the Munich air disaster, 1958. George said: “When he died in that plane crash they started the Tommy Taylor Cup. It was presented to the player of the year.” As well as Dennis, the trophy went to Trevor Phillips, who went on to play for Rotherham and Chester, and Geoff English who played for Arsenal, said George, 58, of Rowland Road, Gawber. He said: “It was about 18 inches high. It was engraved with Tommy Taylor’s name. They put the names of who won it around the bottom.” George added that Mr Bostwick was the teacher and football manager and Kes author, Barry Hines, had been the gym teacher at Raley.

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LATEST FIGURES REVEAL ILLSLEY HAD SECOND HIGHEST EXPENSES IN the year before his conviction for expenses fraud shamed Eric Illsley had the second highest MPsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; expenses claim, new figures show. His allowances between May last year and February when he stepped down as an MP were ÂŁ151,245.75. That included almost ÂŁ39,000 in a winding up payment. He said the inclusion of that made his total appear higher than others. He told the Chronicle it was used to settle office bills and meet staff

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SHAUN STEELS WIN SHAUN Dimelow of the Barnsley Harriers crawled under cargo nets, scaled monkey bars and ran through ponds as he won the inaugural Sheffield Man of Steel race. The 10k event was held in Graves Park and is part of a growing national trend of races littered with ‘extreme obstacles’ designed to test competitors to the limit. Dimelow, who also had to carry sacks of sand up steep inclines, beat several hundred others to the title. He took the lead early on and finished three seconds clear. Dimelow won 30 races last year and has already finished first 14 times in 2011. But he says this was the most enjoyable win of his career. “I didn’t know what to expect before the race but it was brilliant,” he said. “There was a guy called Tom Johnson who is the South Yorkshire champion and a better runner than me but I was better than him on the obstacles and managed to beat him overall.”

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