Developing junior clubs
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Developing junior clubs a guide for schools and sports organisations by Cora Robinson

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Published by Sport England Publications in London .
Written in English

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Statement[Cora Robinson].
SeriesRunning sport
ContributionsSport England.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL21105449M

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