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Police and the local authority immediately launched an investigation into the death and warned the hand-made goalposts, of a type used for five-a-side matches across the country, were dangerously top-heavy.
A deserted Kingston Park on |February 29, 2008, when the Falcons' Premiership clash against London Wasps was called off due to extreme weather - high winds tore sheets of metal from the roof of the West Stand and snapped a goalpost in two (below)
If so, it was in vain because today, Mr W D "Bill" Jones, chairman of Penygraig RFC, said: "These are not the highest goalposts in the country because we discovered that Bath RFC have goalposts about 43ft high.
The goalposts were taken away from the village recreation ground as part of an investigation by police and the Health and Safety Executive.
So I guess, you know, you could call that moving the goalposts, if you
PC Andrew Jones of Dyfed-Powys Police told the hearing there had been a previous incident when the goalpost fell down after a boy was swinging on the crossbar.
TARGET: Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary DISTURBANCE: Police and stewards trying to release John Foley after he handcuffed himself to the goalpost.
Recommendations from Friday's Goalpost DAN SHANAHAN Waterford 1pt 13-2 Cummins, P Power, VC Waterford +7 3pts 10-11 Bet365, P Power OLLIE CANNING Kilkenny -3 2pts Evs Boyles, VC Kilkenny to score more than 2.
The program will enable partners to instantly expand their labor management capabilities using GoalPost - a best-in-class Labor Management Solution (LMS) - eliminating the time and expense investment required to build and support custom software.
Billingham Rangers Junior Football Club's Under-7s and Under-8s had to borrow a mini goalpost after theirs was taken.
Andrew was just 10-years-old when he was killed by a falling goalpost during a summer camp in 2004.
The school was awarded the new posts as part of the FF's Goalpost Safety Scheme.