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It would also be a perfect riposte given the manner in which Cinderford delivered a painful body blow when the sides met in October, which ended with Neville Codlin scoring two late tries to snatch a 32-30 win in a game Stour had led throughout.
30am and the stream banks were riot of colour - the frothy ivory lace of cow parsley; deep blush pink of campions and great willow herb - (also called by the old-fashioned name of codlins and cream - codlin was an apple) and Indian balsam; snow white splashes of bindweed and the sunshine yellow of ragwort.
After a deadlocked 0-0 draw in the first leg, it took the Seasiders just four minutes to forge a lead as 19-year-old former Everton youth striker Lewis Codlin hammered the opener.
CODLIN Connie The family of the late Connie wish to express their sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and carers for the kindness and sympathy shown to them during recent bereavement, also for the cards, messages of sympathy and Mass Offerings received.
Artist Pete Codlin will design, build and install the structure and he is looking to consult the local community in order to develop a theme for the piece.
The only way out for Nell and her grandfather is to run away to the country, meeting all manner of the eccentric characters that Dickens painted so well, from malevolent puppeteers Mr Codlin and Mr Short (Martin Freeman and Steve 'League Of Gentleman' Pemberton) to bonkers waxworks owner Mrs Jarley (Zoe Wanamaker).
PLACE codlin moth (pheromone) traps in fruit trees to trap the females before they lay their eggs.
a) James Grieve, (b) Blenheim Orange, (c) Keswick Codlin.
Playing into a stiff wind, Cov had all the early possession but gifted Cinderford an interception try after five minutes, Nev Codlin running in from 55 metres and Davies converting.
Cinderford scored an interception try after five minutes through Nev Codlin, Mark Davies converting.
Wingers Nev Codlin and Lloyd Stapleton crossed for Cinderford in the first half, along with prop Yann Thomas.
The home side raced into a 30-9 halftime lead thanks to tries from Nevaro Codlin, Paul Boston and Francois Boer.
CODLIN Mary Constance (Connie) Peacefully on May 30 in Belle Vue Care Home, Connie, devoted wife of the late Alan and dearly loved sister of Margaret, Terry, Gill and the late Charlie, a much loved aunt of nieces and nephews.
Many of these types would be called Codlins and the name persists today in varieties like the Keswick Codlin.
Leading 31-14 a minute after the restart, Cov lost their way in the face of a spirited Cinderford recovery and, conceding 12 points while a man down to a yellow card, were finally floored by a late Nev Codlin try.