Abergavenny Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union club team based in Abergavenny. Today, Abergavenny RFC plays in the Welsh Rugby Union Division Three East league and is a feeder club for the Newport Gwent Dragons. The club runs sides from under 8's through to under 16's, a youth side, and two senior sides, a 1st XV and 'The Quins'. Club colours are claret and amber. Separate committees within the club oversee the Minis and Juniors and main club.
The Gibraltar Barbarians Rugby Union Football Club is a Rugby union club from Gibraltar and the surrounding Campo in Spain, who play in the Andalucian League. They play their home games in the town of Guadiaro near Sotogrande in the Cadiz province of Spain. They currently play in the Primera Division Regional of the Federacion Andaluza de Rugby. In 2010, Campo Gibraltar name changed to Gibraltar Barbarians RFC.
FC Hochdorf is a Swiss football club. It currently compete at Regional Verbaende of Innerschweizerischer Fussballverband group.
Club Deportivo Topiltzín are a Salvadoran professional football club based at Jiquilisco,/Usulután in El Salvador.
ASAF Zinder is a Nigerien football club based in Zinder, a town approximately 14 hours east of the capital Niamey. The team competes in the Niger Premier League.
Northern Fury FC is a football club based in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, which competed in the A-League. North Queensland played its home fixtures at Dairy Farmers Stadium. The club was closed on 1 March 2011, due to financial instability. On 3 October 2012 the club officially re-formed as Northern Fury FC after it was granted a license to participate in the NPL Queensland.
Carlton Cricket Club is an Australian cricket team that competes in the Victorian Premier Cricket competition. The club was formed in 1864 and plays its home matches at Princes Park in North Carlton. Known as the Blues, Carlton has won eight First XI premierships, most recently in the 2006–2007 season. Famous past players include Bill Woodfull, Dean Jones, Keith Stackpole, Abdul Qadir and Carl Hooper.
Stonehouse Town F.C. are an English football club representing the town of Stonehouse in Gloucestershire, currently playing in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League. The club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA.
Association Sportive d'Ariana, often referred to as AS Ariana is a football club from Ariana in Tunisia. Founded in 1938, the team plays in white, gray and black colors. Their ground is the Municipal Stadium of Ariana, which has a capacity of 7,000.
Box Hill entered the Victorian Division 4 in 1925. In their first season they lost one game and drew once to became champion and win promotion to division 3 for the 1926 season. This season proved to be just as successful as they once again became league champions, this time losing just two games throughout the season. The following year they participated in the Victorian District League, where they finished fourth. The league was then suspended for three seasons before restarting in 1931. Box Hill were once again crowned champions and moved up to division one. After a couple of solid seasons placing mid table, the league was again suspended due to World War II. When the league restarted in 1946 Box Hill remained in Victoria's top division, until 1961 when they were relegated to division two. In this period Box Hill were once crowned champions and once finished runners up. Over the next 20 years the club remained mainly in the second division, achieving promotion to the state league for just 4 seasons. From the 1983 season until they were relegated in 1990, Box Hill achieved 3 top 5 finishes. After being relegated it would take three seasons for Box Hill to return to the state league in 1995. Finishing ninth in 1995 and then twelfth in 1996, they then merged with Bulleen Lions and Brunswick Juventus to form the Bulleen Inter Kings.
UTSA Roadrunners is a collegiate athletic program that represents the University of Texas at San Antonio. The UTSA Roadrunners are also commonly referred to as "UTSA", "Roadrunners", or simply "Runners". The Roadrunners compete in the NCAA Division I Western Athletic Conference in 17 varsity sports. UTSA is San Antonio's only institution that competes in Division I. UTSA joined the Western Athletic Conference on July 1, 2012. In April 2012, it was announced that UTSA would join Conference USA prior to the 2013-2014 school year, becoming the second member of the University of Texas System to join that conference, following the El Paso campus.
The New Zealand national baseball team, also known as the Diamondblacks, is the representative team at international level for New Zealand. The team is controlled by Baseball New Zealand, the country's governing body. The team competes in the Oceania Championship, where in 2007 withdrew from play giving Australia an automatic berth into the Final qualification tournament for the 2008 Olympics.
The Helena Brewers are a minor league baseball team in the Pioneer League and are the Advanced Rookie League affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. They are located in Helena, Montana. The team plays their home games at Kindrick Field; built in 1939, the park currently holds 2,010 fans. Among the best-known players to play in Helena are Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg, who started his career with the Phillies in Helena, Gary Sheffield, who started his career with the Helena Gold Sox in 1986, Jeff Cirillo, who began his career with the 1991 Helena Brewers, and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun.
Crynant Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union team based in Crynant, Wales, UK. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Ospreys.
Wollongong United is an Australian soccer club based in Wollongong, currently participating in the Illawarra Premier League. The club played in the 1991 season of the National Soccer League under the name Wollongong Macedonia, where it finished last.
Canberra United Football Club is an Australian football club that competes in the W-League, the national women's competition. Based in Canberra, the club was formed in 2008 for the league's inaugural season. Canberra is the only team in the league that is not affiliated to a men's A-League club, although a team in the National Youth League from Canberra also competes. In their first season Canberra were runners-up, defeated by Queensland in the final.
Bray Wanderers A.F.C. are an Irish football club playing in the Premier Division of the League of Ireland. The club, founded in 1942 and elected to the League in 1985, hails from Bray and play their home matches at the Carlisle Grounds. Club colours are Green and White, and it goes by the nickname Seagulls. The current manager and the Director of Football is Pat Devlin. The general manager is Jack O'Neill.