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Van der Burgh, meanwhile, has skipped the last few World Cup seasons after taking back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009.
Burgh boss Hunter said: "We gave City easy goals and at 4 - 2 really should have seen the game out but we didn't.
Margaret added: "I'm sure that James would be delighted to know that Chris De Burgh is participating in this event in his memory and that of all the Hillsborough victims.
Organisers yesterday said: "The very kind Chris De Burgh has offered to fly Team Six home from Argentina.
PUMPHERSTON 3 MUSSELBURGH 0 KALLUM McAULEY admits his Pumpherston team-mates were determined to pull off a Scottish Cup upset after being labelled a pub team by 2011 finalists Burgh.
5 ( ANI ): South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh partied like crazy after setting a new world record time of 58.
South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh, 24, set a new world record for the men's 100-meter breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
With the lights dimmed De Burgh burst out of a side entrance and waded his way through the aisles - stopping to kiss women who were lunging involuntary in his direction.
The burgh of Tain, in Easter Ross, emerged as a pilgrimage destination in the 14th century, and has a history as a recognized sanctuary, a royal burgh, a principle town of the north, a cultural and business center in the 18th and 19th centuries, and home to the well respected Tain Academy.
Irish singer Chris de Burgh says he has canceled all plans to stage a concert in Tehran following "what appear to be blatant violations of basic human rights" during the recent protests.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Chris de Burgh performing songs from his new album and more at the Symphony Hall, simply answer the following question correctly:
SIX-TIME Group 1 winner Rakti, who retired in 2005, is at the centre of a commercial dispute between the Hong Kong Breeders' Club and Irish breeder Hubie de Burgh that is destined for the Irish High Court unless it can be resolved soon, writes Brian Fleming.
Arian and de Burgh recorded a song called "A Light for Eternity".
TEHRAN: Irish singer Chris de Burgh, famed for his hit The Lady in Red, is to give concerts in Iran next summer as part of a collaboration with an Iranian rock group.
Joe Lock knew he had a challenge on his hands when he became store manager of Asda's underperforming Burgh Heath branch in Surrey a month ago but he has already been rewarded with a Top Store award.